Chinese female scientist debuts in NASA news conference

2015-11-13 14:23:02

Dong Yaxue, a Chinese researcher working for NASA said she finds great pleasure in both exploring Mars and eating hot pot.

China, US prepare for launching dialogue to fight cybercrime

2015-11-13 11:03:40

Senior Chinese and US officials met in Beijing on Thursday to prepare for the launch of a high-level joint dialogue mechanism to fight cybercrime, hoping to take a further step on cyber cooperation.

Obama signs executive order on lifting sanctions against Liberia

2015-11-13 10:07:55

US President Barack Obama has signed an executive order Thursday which lifted economic sanctions against West African country Liberia.

Reputed New York mobster, 80, cleared in 1978 'Goodfellas' heist

2015-11-13 09:30:18

An 80-year-old reputed mobster was found not guilty on Thursday of participating in a brazen 1978 New York airport heist that helped inspire the Mafia movie "Goodfellas."

Veterans Day marked across the US

2015-11-12 14:52:13

Veterans Day marked across the US

Obama to discuss war on IS with G20 leaders: White House

2015-11-11 09:57:07

US President Barack Obama is expected to discuss the fight against the Islamic State (IS) militant group with US allies during an upcoming summit of Group of 20 economies, the White House said on Tuesday.

New York raising minimum hourly wage to 15 dollars for state workers

2015-11-11 09:40:31

New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday announced that his administration is raising the minimum wage to 15 U.S. dollars an hour for all state workers.

Obama, Netanyahu at White House seek to mend US-Israel ties

2015-11-10 09:49:49

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu assured US President Barack Obama on Monday that he remained committed to a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as they sought to mend ties strained by acrimony over Middle East diplomacy and Iran.

Pentagon plan to shut Guantanamo prison to list alternative US sites

2015-11-10 04:27:52

The Pentagon is expected to unveil a long-awaited plan this week outlining how it would close the detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, despite fierce resistance in Congress to President Barack Obama's push to shutter the facility, officials say.

University of Missouri president resigns after race protest

2015-11-10 03:35:53

The University of Missouri's president announced he would step down on Monday after protests by the school's football team and other students over what they saw as his soft handling of reports of racial abuse on campus.

China's disabled art group performs in Houston

2015-11-09 16:16:18

Heart Voice Disabled People's Art Troupe from China performs Avalokitesvara on Nov 7 at the Celebrating Diversity and World Peace night held in Houston.

Online site goes after Chinese in US on 11.11

2015-11-09 10:32:53

On the day the world's biggest one-day shopping spree takes place in China, a US and China-based online company will be targeting Chinese consumers in America with deals from major companies.