“These newborn babies cry for drugs, not milk.” The New York Times article has triggered heated debates on social media. Written by columnist Nicholas Kristof on Saturday, the opinion piece points out directly the serious situation of drug-addicted infants and the opioid-abusing America.
“War Torn” is a collection of first-person essays written by ten female journalists who served as foreign correspondents during the Vietnam War.
Russia uses a guarded communications channel with US’s top general to cooperate to rebuild Syria and repatriate refugees.
Now I look at that first generation of kids and see famous musicians, successful businesspeople,” says Tiny Toones.
The Asian region and the global economy have relied on American leadership but now it is necessary for Asia to step up.
“The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organised habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in a democratic society.
Pakistani authorities have barred a US diplomat involved in a fatal traffic accident from leaving the country.
The year 1960 is America’s 20th century imperial period, when the American dream was so alive, especially in the advertising world.
Barbara Bush cast herself as an enthralled spectator of her husband’s rise to the presidency, but once in the White House, it was America’s “First Grandmother” who stole the public’s heart.
This acronym, used by the Austrian branch of the Habsburg monarchy at the time it was said that “the sun never set on their empire”, summarised the Latin sentence: “Austria Est Imperare Orbi Universo – it is the mission of Austria to dominate the world”.
Taiwan President will visit one of the island’s oldest and most reliable diplomatic allies.
“This Fight Is Our Fight” is written by a prominent person in the contemporary American political circle, Elizabeth Warren.
A defiant LeBron James says he would continue to speak up about social issues and racism in America despite criticism.
The European Union trades with America “very unfairly”, Trump says.
Two former reporters for Radio Free Asia are fighting for about $28,000 each in employment benefits from the network.