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Freedom of Speech: China’s Top Universities Adopt Tough New Guidelines

Three of China's major universities guaranteed tighter control over its students' and teachers' ideologies to comply with the country's broadened suppression of free expression. Shanghai's Fudan ... Full Article


Saudi Arabia Arrests 88 Suspected Terrorists

Saudi officials arrested 88 individuals who allegedly planned terrorist attacks in the country and abroad, the ... Full Article

NATO Will Not Help Kiev No Matter What Russia Does

Russian leader Vladimir Putin warned both the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the West to back off from its conflict with Ukraine, and ... Full Article


More Workers Claiming Wage Theft Demands Fair Pay

Employees across California join in lawsuit as more workers demand fair wages and complain about wage theft by ... Full Article

Bank Says New Funding Rule Makes Trading More Expensive

A new global rule is being proposed to force banks into safer funding, which will ... Full Article

Halliburton Strikes US$1.1 Billion Settlement Over U.S. Gulf Oil Spill

The U.S. oil services provider will pay the amount over the next two years in three ... Full Article


Roald Dahl's Subversive "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" Chapter Has Just Been Released

Fifty years after Roald Dahl's classic children's book was initially published, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", a chapter which was once deemed too subversive is now being ... Full Article

Bruce Springsteen Writes Children's Book About Bank-Robbing Baby

Springsteen has just finished writing his book entitled "Outlaw Pete" based on his 2009 song of the same title. ... Full Article


China, Canada Quietly Hold Meeting To Mend Ties

Chinese and Canadian officials quietly held a meeting in Ottawa last week to discuss their strained ties, ... Full Article

Nineteen Pro-Democracy Activists Arrested in HK

Nineteen activists were reportedly arrested after demonstrating against Beijing's recent decision to censor the 2017 elections candidacy. The charges ... Full Article


11 Dead, 27 Missing After Rainstorms Batter Southwest China

Eleven people died and 27 others are missing after rainstorms that have devastated parts of Chongqing ... Full Article

After 30 Years in Prison, North Carolina Brothers Found Innocent for Rape and Murder

A Robeson County court has ordered the immediate release of Two North Carolina ... Full Article

Oregon to be the Third State to Legalize Marijuana for Recreational Use

In just a couple months, Oregon will have the opportunity to join Washington and ... Full Article


U.S. Open: Peng Shuai Crushes Belinda Bencic to Reach First Semis

China’s Peng Shuai crushed Belinda Bencic to reach her very first Grand Slam semi-finals at the U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows New York on Tuesday morning. ... Full Article

FIBA World Cup: Team USA Beats New Zealand 98-71; 57th Win in a Row for USA

As expected, Team USA has remained undefeated in the FIBA World Cup with a 98-71 win over New Zealand on Tuesday. ... Full Article

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