US President Barack Obama on Tuesday submitted to Congress a proposed 30-year agreement on cooperating with China in peaceful uses of nuclear energy.
Majorities of residents in 22 countries approve of China's leadership. All of those countries,except for Pakistan and Tajikistan,are in Africa. Approval of China's leadership is highest in Mali, where 86 percent give Beijing the nod. Residents in 63 countries are more likely to approve than disapproveof China's leadership.
Chinese investors in US commercial property may switch their focus this year from buying newly constructed buildings to acquiring development projects, according to real estate executives.
Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg said on Tuesday that Chinese real estate investments in the city should be viewed positively because they "help create and sustain" cities like the Big Apple.
The life-or-death phase in the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar "Jahar" Tsarnaev began Tuesday, less than two weeks after prosecutors convicted Tsarnaev on all 30 counts tied to the 2013 deadly blasts.
The United States on Tuesday reiterated a call for Japan to approach its wartime history in a way that promotes "healing and reconciliation."
Look up from your own world, in the valley far away, there is land of dreams … Let dreams burgeon in youth. Let's build the land of our dreams.
The UN celebrated Chinese Language Day on Monday with an art exhibition featuring work by Chinese and Chinese-American artists.
US President Barack Obama receives a commemorative jersey from Ohio State team captains Doran Grant (L) and Curtis Grant (R) as he plays host to the reigning NCAA football champion Buckeyes at a reception in the East Room of the White House in Washington April 20, 2015.
A trade mission led by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo kicked off on Monday a two-day visit to Cuba, Cuban daily Granma reported.
A person carrying a suspicious package jumped a White House fence Sunday night and was arrested soon, the US Secret Service said Monday.
Iranian authorities are charging The Washington Post's Tehran bureau chief with four serious crimes including espionage, the newspaper reported on Monday.