Secretary of State Clinton announced new North Korea sanctions Wednesday, but many experts doubt the measures will persuade North Korea to resume talks over its nuclear program.
Flipper bridge: In Hong Kong, people drive on the left. In mainland China, they drive on the right. A Dutch architectural firm has proposed a solution for traffic between the two places.
Rare new photos have emerged of Kim Jong-il's son, Kim Jong-un.The leader of North Korea may be getting ready to hand over power to his youngest son, who watches NBA basketball and went to school in Switzerland.
In a rare meeting of parliament Monday, North Korea's leader Kim Jong-il increased the political influence of his brother-in law. The move is seen as supporting the leader's heir apparent – his youngest son – and curbing any power plays within the military.
South Korea's President Lee Myung-bak may specifically blame North Korea's President Kim Jong-il for the Cheonan warship sinking on March 26. On Monday, President Lee plans to give a speech outlining his nation's response to the North Korea torpedo attack.
A growing number of conservationists in ultra-urban Hong Kong are acting to save the city’s natural heritage, including a pink dolphin population that swims in the brackish waters to the north.
After weeks of Thai protests calling for the government to resign, the country's military chief and electoral commission weighed in.
From personalized development plans to comprehensive wellness programs, some of America's top companies excel through treating their employees excellently.
The authorities have launched a pilot project allowing some trade in renminbi. It comes as top US and Chinese officials wrap up a summit on economic coordination Tuesday.