The US may be a land of opportunity no more. The "American dream" turns out to be a myth.
A group of Chinese-Americans rallied Thursday outside the Japanese consulate against Tokyo's recent provocations over China's Diaoyu Islands.
US Vice President Joe Biden defended President Barack Obama's signature healthcare reform law in Houston, in remarks to an NAACP convention.
The US has processed more than 1 million visa applications in China to date in fiscal year 2012, almost up 43 percent.
Yahoo confirmed that hackers had stolen around 400,000 account credentials from its system.
The US, reeling from a harsh Midwest drought, slashed its forecast for its 2012-13 corn crop, saying yields will be even worse than expected a month ago.
Cuba will see the largest number of medical graduates in its history this month, when 11,000 would-be doctors are to finish college.
Mexican police captured five members of a drug trafficking ring, including two of its leaders, in the north.
US President Barack Obama on Wednesday eased sanctions on Myanmar, allowing American companies to do business in the southeast Asian country.
US President Barack Obama buys ice cream at Deb's Ice Cream and Deli in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, July 10, 2012.
Google is close to paying a fine of $22.5 million to settle charges that it bypassed Apple users' privacy settings to track their online activities.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon on Monday said vote-buying in the presidential election was "unacceptable".