Kim Jong Un Probably Didn't Order Attack On Sony
December 20 2014 12:55 PM
It's unlikely the North Korean dictator directly ordered the hacking of Sony, but that doesn't mean his cyberwarriors don't obey him.
Three Years Later, North Korea Is Still Mourning Kim Jong Il's Death
December 17 2014 1:35 PM
Three years after Kim Jong Il's death, the official mourning period for the leader is finally over.
China Ignores South China Sea Deadline, Dismisses Philippines
December 16 2014 1:17 PM
Arbitration may be the only way the Philippines can compete with China over territorial claims, but Beijing is refusing to participate.
Could City-Sponsored Competition Put Brakes On Lyft And Uber?
December 13 2014 9:23 PM
Chicago and New York are considering rolling out their own "e-hail" taxi apps that could beat Uber and Lyft.
More Heavy Rains And Tornadoes Expected In California
December 13 2014 8:12 PM
After the West Coast was battered by heavy rains and strong winds last week, forecasts are predicting more of the same.
Amid Racial Protests, Lynching Effigies Found At UC Berkeley
December 13 2014 7:23 PM
UC Berkeley students and staff jarred by mysterious effigies found of black men hanging by a noose.
China's New Fighter Jet Can 'Take Down' Its US Counterpart
December 13 2014 5:55 PM
China's got a new addition to its military fleet that is a competitor to the American F-35-- and it wants to sell it around the world.
Power Outage In Vermont, Worst In Recent Years
December 13 2014 4:54 PM
Three days after a heavy snowstorm, thousands of Vermont residents still have no power.
Philippines And Vietnam Back Each Other In China Dispute
December 13 2014 3:44 PM
The Philippines and Vietnam have had the most confrontations with China over South China Sea territories.
Jeb Bush 2016 Gets Comfortable With The Idea Of The Middle
December 13 2014 2:33 PM
Jeb Bush has seen some GOP opposition to his possible presidential run, but that could be a good thing.
Santa's Helpers Are Actually Chinese Factory Workers
December 12 2014 3:48 PM
And it turns out that some of them don't even believe there is a Santa.
China And The New People's Republic Of Soccer
December 12 2014 12:01 PM
Tired of being on the sidelines of the most popular sport in the world, China is making soccer mandatory for all students.
Move Over, Russian Tycoons
December 12 2014 8:34 AM
From London to Sydney, the Chinese are becoming the most sought-after luxury property investors. And the numbers are staggering.
Google News Shuts Service In Spain
December 10 2014 11:14 PM
A new law will require Google to pay news organizations if they are linked on the Google News service.
First Openly Gay US Ambassador To Serve In Asia Sworn In
December 10 2014 9:18 PM
“Today, the LGBT community is embraced by the Foreign Service and well beyond,” John Kerry said at the swearing-in ceremony for Ted Osius III.
Rape Victim 'Retraumatized' By National Attention
December 10 2014 8:05 PM
"Jackie," the woman at the center of an alleged gang rape written about in Rolling Stone, has been threatened, her lawyer said.
CIA Medical Officials Faulted For Undermining 'Do No Harm' Oath
December 10 2014 6:38 PM
The medical community has condemned the tactics detailed in the U.S. Senate report on CIA torture.
Suspected Al Qaeda Militant And CIA Torture Victim Is Sent Back To Afghanistan
December 10 2014 5:58 PM
One of the first people subjected to the CIA's "enhanced interrogation" tactics has been sent back to a detention center in Afghanistan.
Is The End Of The Umbrella Revolution Near?
December 10 2014 4:15 PM
Protesters and police are bracing themselves for what could be a confrontation at the last major protest camps.
America Needs To 'Clean Up Its Own Human Rights Issues': China
December 09 2014 11:41 AM
Now the U.S. is in no position to talk about human rights in other countries, China's official news agency said.