Thousands of mourners, including firefighters from around the country and US Vice-President Joe Biden, converged in central Arizona on Tuesday to pay final tribute to 19 young firemen killed last week in the line of duty.
Thirteen people were confirmed dead and nearly 40 others were still missing in a catastrophe that raised questions about the safety of transporting oil by rail instead of pipeline.
Twelve family members of the two Chinese students who were killed and two others who were injured in Saturday’s Asiana Airlines crash arrived in San Francisco at 11 pm on Monday local time.
Indian yoga master Swami Mangalteertham was in Beijing recently for the 2013 China-India Yoga Week, where he said he wants to eliminate "junk yoga" in China.
Heavy air pollution reduces life expectancy, a new study has found, ringing an alarm for policymakers looking to create their future energy roadmap.
Many listed Chinese solar companies experienced a turnaround in the first half, even as the industry remained mired in near-depression amid a supply glut and trade disputes.
Rainstorms sweeping across parts of China have affected millions, and Sichuan province has been hit the hardest by severe floods and landslides.
Texas Republicans pushed ahead Monday with aggressive efforts to pass tough new abortion restrictions, scheduling a House vote as thousands flocked to the Capitol for an anti-abortion rally and a marathon public hearing.
Sansha, China's youngest city, has a whole new look as massive construction projects have been going on since it was established.
The recent Xinjiang violence has led to a downturn in Xinjiang tourism and the industry is recovering as local authories have taken a series of encouraging measures.
The death toll in Quebec's oil train disaster jumped to 13 people on Monday and police said about 37 more people were missing.
Local residents gathered at Xujiang Park in Jiangshan to show their grief to the 17-year-old Wang and 16-year-old Ye, who were students from Jiangshan High School.