The US Treasury Department on Wednesday took further steps to restrict the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) from the global financial system.
A murder-suicide killed two people at the University of California, Los Angeles on Wednesday, shutting down the campus for two hours as officers in camouflage and tactical gear responded to reports of a shooting.
A man cools off in a fountain in Washington Square Park in New York City.
US State Department issued a travel alert Tuesday, warning Americans about the risk of potential terrorist attacks this summer in Europe.
As China sees its population decreasing, the country needs to better educate its people to sustain long-term growth, said experts.
Stocks in China rallied on Tuesday as investors seemed to speculate that the country's A-shares may soon be accepted by a well-known global index provider.
An official of the Cincinnati Zoo denied on Monday that their management had a negligence in safety and insisted the one-meter barrier around the gorilla enclosure meets all the industry standards.
As this year's Memorial Day is observed on May 30, 2016, a five-year-old boy pays tribute to his beloved father, a marine sergeant.
The White House has resumed normal operations after being partly on lockdown due to a suspicious package thrown over its north fence earlier on Monday.
China is expected to be the second-largest country to share United Nations' peacekeeping costs from 2016 to 2018, just behind the US.
The pilot of a World War II-era plane killed in a crash in the Hudson River off Manhattan on Friday evening was trying to execute an emergency landing, the museum that owned the vintage aircraft said.
The killing of a gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo after a 4-year-old boy tumbled into the ape's enclosure triggered outrage and questions about safety.