US President Barack Obama on Saturday signed an executive order to lift sanctions on Iran related to its nuclear program, the White House said.
Kerry signed a series of documents including certification to the US government that the IAEA had certified compliance in their report, and waivers to implement lifting of the US sanctions.
As Po, the animated giant panda in Kong Fu Panda hits the news headlines and captivates eyes in the US, so does the real giant panda, Bei Bei who just makes his first public debut on January 16 at Smithsonian's National Zoological Park in Washington.
Powerball jackpot co-winners Lisa and John Robinson (L) of Munford, Tennessee and Tennessee Lottery President and CEO Rebecca Hargrove (R) attend a news conference at the headquarters of the Tennessee Lottery in Nashville, Tennessee January 15, 2016.
US Secretary of State John Kerry will visit China later this month for talks on issues including the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), the State Department said Friday.
The US Treasury Department's move to identify and track buyers of high-priced real estate in New York City and Miami-Dade County in Florida over money-laundering concerns is not expected to have a major impact on those markets, according to real estate professionals.
The story of Wu Zetian, the only female emperor of China during the Tang Dynasty, will be told through a play in the US next month.
US Defense Secretary Ash Carter confirmed Thursday that "a navigational error" had led to the incident in which 10 US sailors were detained briefly by Iran in the Gulf.
US space agency NASA announced Thursday that it has awarded the second round of commercial contracts to resupply the International Space Station (ISS) to three private spaceflight companies Orbital ATK, Sierra Nevada and SpaceX.
Chinese Ambassador to the US Cui Tiankai joins some 20 students, all children of diplomats and staff working at the embassy, to send their best wishes to Dorian.
Gambling-loving Chinese people bought Powerball lottery tickets through contacts in the US, hoping to defy the 292 million-to-1 odds against winning the $1.6 billion record jackpot.
Scores of overseas purchasing agents, buying lottery tickets on behalf of Chinese people in Asia, made money as a lottery frenzy recently swept the US.