Former US Secretary of State Colin Powell on Wednesday stressed the importance of US-China cooperation and dismissed the assertion that China will be a military threat to the US.
The South Carolina legislature passed a bill early Thursday to remove the Confederate battle flag from the state capitol grounds after an emotional 13-hour debate over the controversial banner.
The Peony Pavilion, one of the most famous love stories in the Chinese canon, came to Lincoln Center on Wednesday courtesy of a performance by the National Ballet of China (NBC).
The New York Stock Exchange was forced to suspend trading for several hours on Wednesday in the biggest outage to hit a US financial market in nearly two years.
A city block at Yale University teems with herbs and vegetables, tended by a community of graying people from China who are here to look after grandchildren.
The US Army plans to cut 40,000 soldiers from both domestic and foreign posts over the next two years, according to US daily USA TODAY.
US President Barack Obama held talks with Nguyen Phu Trong, head of the ruling Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), at the White House Tuesday, as the two countries seek to deepen ties two decades after normalization of diplomatic relations.
Two people were killed after an F-16 fighter jet of the US Air Force collided with a civilian plane in the state of South Carolina Tuesday morning.
A recent research shows that European Americans want to maximize positive feelings and minimize negative ones more than Chinese people do.
The United States' win over Japan in the Women's World Cup final was the most viewed soccer game in the history of American television.
When Leslie Martinez came back to Texas A&M International University in Laredo from a one-year intensive Chinese-language program in Shanghai, she felt that she wouldn't be able to put to use what she had learned.
US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew spoke on Monday with Greece's prime minister and finance minister and said Washington looked forward to Athens and other parties resuming conversations toward resolving the Greek situation, a Treasury spokeswoman said.