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Hillary Clinton outlines mental health plan

[2016-08-30 10:21]

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Monday outlined a mental-health agenda that would integrate the mental health services into the nation's health care system.

Potholes in US cities show need for infrastructure is everywhere

[2016-08-29 10:36]

I was rushing to catch my train in Union Station in Washington last Wednesday evening when I tripped over an uneven piece of pavement on the platform and hurt my ankle, only slightly. Exiting New York's Penn Station a few hours later on Seventh Avenue, I saw the exact same thing happen to a woman, only she looked much worse off than me and had to lean on her husband to walk.

Troublesome tourists disrupting US parks

[2016-08-29 10:36]

Tourist John Gleason crept through the grass, four small children close behind, inching toward a bull elk with antlers like small trees at the edge of a meadow in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.

Chinese firms reach out to LA-area youth

[2016-08-29 10:36]

More than 20 Chinese enterprises in Southern California teamed up with local youth clubs on Sunday to help underserved children learn about China and the Chinese people's daily lives, as part of a Community Day drive.

Private equity looks toward China

[2016-08-29 10:36]

Private investors continue to seek opportunities in China as the mainland shifts its economic focus from exports and manufacturing to consumption and services.

Andy feeling dandy for Open

[2016-08-29 10:36]

Andy Murray says he's playing the best tennis of his career as he looks to capitalize on the growing frailties of his rivals and capture a second US Open title.

Trump could feel sting from new Clinton ads depicting him as racist

[2016-08-29 09:01]

US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump could feel some pain from a new line of political ads from his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton's team depicting him as a racist, at a time when he is trying to catch up in the polls.

Chinese firms reach out to youth

[2016-08-29 10:05]

More than 20 Chinese enterprises in Southern California teamed up with local youth clubs on Sunday to help underserved children learn about China and the Chinese people's daily lives, as part of a Community Day drive.

Potholes in US cities shock tourists from Third World China

[2016-08-29 03:41]

I was rushing to catch my train in Union Station in Washington last Wednesday evening when I tripped over an uneven piece of pavement on the platform and hurt my ankle, only slightly. Exiting New York's Penn Station a few hours later on 7th Avenue, I saw the exact same thing happen to a woman, only she looked much worse off than me and had to lean on her husband to walk.

Canadian alumni of China schools gather

[2016-08-27 02:00]

The payoffs of cross-cultural education can be long-lasting and rich. And now Canadian students who have experienced China have a platform to share their experiences.

Virginia wushu center training champions

[2016-08-26 23:09]

After two years of wushu training, Cengiz Ciner was victorious at his first two competitions — the 2016 Pan-American Wushu Championships and the US National Wushu Championships, adding three more gold medals to the championship collection of his school, O-mei Wushu (Kung Fu) Center, in Fairfax, Virginia.

Evolving with the times

[2016-08-26 23:03]

Physical book stores look to be experiencing a revival in recent times as business owners begin to turn such establishments into vibrant cultural and artistic spaces

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