In Republican Jeb Bush, Americans are seeing a different sort of Bush on their TV screens: a policy wonk who wears horn-rimmed glasses and has neither his brother's famous Texas swagger nor his father's patrician air.
China Eastern Airline will launch a direct flight connecting Nanjing, the capital city of East China's Jiangsu province, and Los Angeles on June 30.
A Chinese woman is in the running to become both the country's first secretary-general of the aviation arm of the United Nations (UN) and the organization's first female chief.
For Orville Schell, a top China hand in the United States, the climate agreement struck by President Xi Jinping and US President Barack Obama in Beijing in November was "historic", but he said enlisting sub-national level support is critical to implement the deal.
Activists protested for a third day in Madison, Wisconsin, on Sunday over the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white policeman.
A 19-year-old unarmed African American was killed by a police officer in Madison, Wisconsin on Friday evening, sparking protests.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is in Paris to brief European officials on the status of nuclear negotiations with Iran.
The largest celestial body in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter welcomes its first visitor Friday.
At least some of the pregnant women from China caught up in raids this week on so-called maternity hotels are still likely to remain long enough in California to give birth on American soil.
A large winter storm reaching from Texas to southern New England, which prompted school closings and led to almost 2,300 flight cancellations, had dumped over a foot (30 cm) of snow on parts of the eastern United States by early Thursday morning.
Actor Harrison Ford was seriously injured on Thursday in the crash of a small airplane on a Los Angeles golf course.