The United States Commission on Civil Rights has sent a letter to the US attorney general arguing that the government may be "failing to exercise sufficient due diligence" in criminal investigations involving Chinese Americans.
Despite the question of finances being one of the controversial pieces of the Paris climate negotiations next week, the US' top climate-change negotiator applauded China on Tuesday for its $3 billion contribution to help developing countries prepare for climate change.
A terracotta general is returning to Chicago after 35 years with new troops: an infantryman, a kneeling archer, an armored standing archer, an armored charioteer, a cavalryman, a civil official, an acrobat, a stableman and a horse.
A woman whose grandfather shot a home movie of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas' Dealey Plaza on Nov. 22, 1963 is suing the U.S. government to either get it back or get $10 million in compensation.
Citing "increased terrorist threats" from militant groups in various regions ofthe world, the U.S. State Department issued a global travel alert on Monday following deadly militant attacks in France and Mali.