Amtrak said its trains will run as regularly scheduled on Monday, as federal officials investigate the deadly derailment outside Philadelphia after a train struck heavy equipment on the tracks.
The 1.6 million-square-foot factory that used to be a dank and deserted space - except for a few raccoons - is now reborn.Robots transport fabricated glass in a flowing rhythm, while men and women, many of whom were unemployed a year ago, busily work three fully up-and-operational production lines and installation stations.
An air war for Beijing has begun, with Los Angeles as the staging ground.
The United Nations Security Council will address issues related to Syria, Yemen and the Middle East as China assumes the rotating presidency of the council for April.
The Asian Art Museum in San Francisco has joined many other tourist attractions and shopping malls by launching a "China Ready" program to tap the growing Chinese tourist market.
President Xi Jinping's participation in the fourth Nuclear Security Summit in Washington has won positive reviews.
Zaha Hadid, the famed female architect known around the world for her works with sweeping curves, died on Thursday at the age of 65.
Iraqi-British architect Dama Zaha Hadid, who designed a number of astonishing buildings in China, died following a heart attack on Thursday.
China and the United States should handle unresolved disputes in a constructive manner to avoid misunderstandings and escalation in conflicts, President Xi Jinping told US President Barack Obama on Thursday.
President Xi Jinping and his US counterpart Barack Obama will meet Thursday in Washington in a bid to expand ties and manage differences.
Kay Pike stands in front of a giant mirror, dabs her brush into paint and touches it to her skin.
Republican front-runner Donald Trump on Tuesday abandoned a pledge to support a party presidential nominee other than himself.