A piece of landing gear believed to be from one of the commercial airplanes that crashed into the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, has been discovered.
Thirty-eight people, mostly patients, were killed on Friday in a fire that ravaged a hospital in the Moscow region.
Rao Zexiang, who hurt her left foot while fleeing the April 20 earthquake, went on Thursday to see the doctors — monks from a rescue team from Shaolin Temple.
Two imperial bronze sculptures that were looted from Beijing's Old Summer Palace will come home later this year, thanks to the donation of the French art-collecting Pinault family.
Collapsed houses and broken roads, devastated by Saturday's magnitude-7 earthquake in Lushan, Sichuan province, are all too familiar to soldier Zhu Yunping.
Music providers and website operators should meet to discuss the possibility of charging for music downloads on the Internet.
A senior official from China's top economic planner said on Thursday that the entry fee at scenic spots should gradually go down.
Cabinet members, governors and top military officers are among the guests from the United States who have met with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Luo Xinying does not care about sharing a textbook with his classmate now. He feels relieved to be back at school. The 15-year-old is one of thousands of students in the quake zone who will face the high school entrance exam from June 12 to 14.
Taiwan confirmed the first case of H7N9 bird flu outside the Chinese mainland on Wednesday.
Yue Yan, a 23-year-old Lushan local has been serving food to quake rescuers after her hometown was jolted on Saturday.