China is 'rolling out the red carpet' for the Philippines leader, whose four-day visit caps a months-long initiative to improve a strained relationship. Both sides are looking for concessions.
Thais are mourning King Bhumipol, who died Thursday and was a beloved figure. They have far less faith in the crown prince.
Seeing far-flung family is a priority as Chinese collectively hit the road during the week-long holiday that marks the founding of the People's Republic in 1949.
Workers have built walls in front of many of the small, migrant-owned shops that dot Beijing's traditional hutong alleyways. Beijing is working to rein in urban growth, but critics say policies largely target the migrants who helped build Beijing.
The North conducted its fifth nuclear test Sept. 9. US hopes of enforcing international economic sanctions with enough bite to dissuade Pyongyang from building a nuclear bomb depend on China – which, on this issue, is undependable.
President Obama shed his tie and rolled up his sleeves to talk to young leaders from around Southeast Asia. He has made such meetings a feature of his 11 trips to the region.
One group is making headway by helping former slaves demand enforcement of labor protection laws and social welfare entitlements that are often ignored.
The Nepali government has yet to rebuild a single permanent house or school destroyed in the April 25 quake, the country's worst natural disaster in eight decades.
A spokesman for the Muslim group that claimed to carry out the Easter attack said Christians were targeted deliberately. Four questions about the community.
Jack McCullough was convicted of killing 7-year-old Maria Ridulph decades after her disappearance. But new evidence casts doubt on that conviction.
Some 62 percent of Americans describe drug abuse as a serious problem in their communities, in a recent poll. But rather than cracking down on users, most respondents prioritized treatment programs over incarceration.
Microsoft took the AI chatbot offline less than a day after it went live after it began tweeting offensive statements.
North Carolina's controversial law revoking local anti-discrimination ordinances included another measure aimed at reigning in local communities abilities to enact their own laws: prohibition of local minimum wage legislation.
Abortion advocates say compiling such a list could put researchers and academics lives' at risk.
Belgium's capital has been on alert since the Paris rampage last fall. Days before Tuesday's blasts, which claimed 30 lives, a top Paris suspect was captured in Brussels.
California became the fifth state to adopt the practice when the governor signed it into law last year. Yet patients were left in limbo until a special legislative session ended on Thursday.
The fast-fashion retailer says the high-profile endorsement exemplifies the chain's mission to 'convey an image of diversity in all that we do.'
Gravitational wave researchers are looking for citizen scientists to volunteer their idle computers to help unravel one of the greatest scientific mysteries of the universe.
States around the country are embroiled in legal battles over voting requirements, district lines, and the rules governing elections. But few exemplify this heated battle as much as North Carolina.
Last year was the fourth consecutive year that carbon dioxide grew more than 2 ppm, NOAA scientists say.
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