Kerry seeks China's help with North Korea

2014-02-14 22:49:20

US Secretary of State John Kerry, who is on a tour of Asia, wants to seek more support from China in the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.

Kerry's China visit to 'ring in the new'

2014-02-14 16:32:25

Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Friday that he hoped US Secretary of State John Kerry's visit to China will be a "good start" for relations between the two countries this year.

Snow storms threaten to chill US economy

2014-02-14 09:54:34

The winter storms barreling across much of the United States are undercutting the nation's economy just when signs of stronger growth had begun to emerge.

Policy may alter migration route

2014-02-14 01:04:10

Tens of thousands of Chinese citizens may have to find a new destination for their wealth after the Canadian government announced on Tuesday its intention to end its immigrant investor program.

US envoy meets India's Modi

2014-02-13 14:57:29

The US ambassador to India met the Hindu nationalist leader who is the front-runner to be the country's next prime minister on Thursday.

Kerry's visit bodes well for China-US ties

2014-02-13 13:58:58

Talks between US Secretary of State John Kerry and the Chinese leaders are expected to be focused on how to advance the task of building a new type of major-country relationship.

Kids in US reading to cats

2014-02-13 13:42:58

Desmond Allen reads to "Ginger," a cat up for adoption, during "The Book Buddies Program" at the Animal Rescue League of Berks County in Birdsboro, Pennsylvania Feb 11, 2014.

Obama raises wage for contract workers

2014-02-13 12:03:01

US President Barack Obama returns a "shaka" hand sign from a member of the audience as he arrives to sign an executive order to raise the minimum wage for federal contract workers to $10.10 an hour starting next year during an event at the White House in Washington Feb 12, 2014.

2 killed at Venezuela protests

2014-02-13 11:08:55

At least two people were shot dead on Wednesday during anti-government protests in Caracas, escalating the worst bout of unrest in Venezuela since turmoil after President Nicolas Maduro's election last year.

3.3 million in private Obamacare coverage

2014-02-13 10:40:20

The Obama administration on Wednesday said the number of people who have enrolled in private Obamacare health plans rose to 3.3 million from October 1 to February 1.

Obama sued over NSA data collection

2014-02-13 10:38:13

A US lawmaker officially filed his class-action lawsuit against the Obama administration, joining with two prominent tea party leaders to make the announcement.

Storm slams US South, at least 6 died

2014-02-13 10:06:15

A deadly winter storm gripped the southern United States on Wednesday, crippling travel, knocking out power to more than 330,000 customers and encasing magnolia trees and palmetto fronds in ice.