With the Senate headed toward a final vote on an immigration bill this week, a leader of House conservatives is asking his colleagues to support a free-market plan aimed at bridging the gulf between the versions in the two chambers. The proposal by Rep.
Should America be afraid of China? America needs to understand China, but it need not be afraid of China.
This fall, young girls in China’s southern Guangdong province will be learning a new subject in school: how to avoid becoming a mistress.
Imagine what it must be like to stroll down a street and then suddenly lurch like a drunkard. To see double images of a coffee cup, a friend’s face, a newspaper.
A top Taliban political leader delivered a message Friday to President Obama, calling his attempt to lure away Taliban fighters with money “an old weapon that has failed already.” Obama meets Friday with the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who will tell the U.S. leader how a large deployment to Afghanistan would affect the military
In trendy neighborhoods of Tokyo customers are lining up for vitamin injections that promise to improve health and beauty.
In the developing world millions of people struggle to operate machinery, read from a blackboard, or just see the world around them, because they don’t have access to the eye glasses they need. But a pair of glasses developed by Joshua Silver, a physics professor at the University of Oxford, offers an affordable solution
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and California legislators announced a tentative deal to eliminate a $26 billion deficit Monday evening, with state agencies looking at billions of dollars in cuts as part of the plan. Schwarzenegger said the “basic agreement” includes no tax increases, which his fellow Republicans in the state Assembly and Senate had refused to support.