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Typhoon Nida swept through Hong Kong on Tuesday, shutting down most of the financial hub and disrupting hundreds of flights with gale-force winds, while low-lying areas were put on flood alert. Hong K
China s Supreme Court said on Tuesday that people caught illegally fishing in Chinese waters could be jailed for up to a year, issuing a judicial interpretation defining those waters as including Chin
By Suzanne Barlyn PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - The chief executive of embattled blood testing company Theranos Inc on Monday said the privately-held firm is working diligently to rectify all of its outsta
Scientists are zeroing in on a slice of forest in Alaska, using a powerful laser scanner to probe the area and produce unique 3D views of the trees that call the forest home. Earlier this month, scien
By Tim Kelly TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan s annual defense review on Tuesday expressed deep concern over what it sees as China s coercion as a more assertive Beijing flouts international rules when deali
By Goran Tomasevic and Yeganeh Torbati SIRTE, Libya/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. planes bombed Islamic State targets in Libya on Monday, responding to the U.N.-backed government s request to help push
They found, for instance, that South Korean women and Iranian men showed the largest increases in average height over the past 100 years, with South Korean women gaining an average of 8 inches (20.2 c
An event combining virtual reality and live musical performance aims to bring together a 20-piece orchestra, a 100-person choir and breathtaking views of the cosmos captured by the Hubble Space Telesc
MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian transport helicopter was shot down in Syria on Monday but the fate of the five people onboard was not immediately known, Russia s Defense Ministry said.
The mother of a leading activist against the military junta in Thailand was charged on Monday with insulting the country s monarchy in a one-word Facebook post. According to her lawyer, Patnaree was c