|Off-the-radar destinations every visitor to China should consider|
For travelers looking to experience some of the country's less-visited regions, we've put together a list of culturally-rich and beautiful places to consider as you start planning your next trip to China.
|The latest on the Nashville elementary school shooting|
Police continue to investigate the shooting at the Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee, that left six people dead. Follow for live news updates.
|Young children, the head of their school and its custodian. These are the victims of the Nashville school shooting|
Another American community is reeling after a shooter killed three 9-year-olds and three adults at a private Christian elementary school in Nashville.
|The US case against Binance calls out one of the worst-kept secrets in crypto|
If you live in America, you're not allowed to trade crypto derivatives. And if you're a big international platform for trading crypto derivatives, you can't let Americans trade those products if you haven't registered with the boring-sounding but not-to-be-trifled-with federal regulator known as the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, or CFTC.
|Myanmar junta dissolves Suu Kyi's party as election deadline passes|
Myanmar's military government has dissolved the ousted ruling party of former leader Aung San Suu Kyi and 39 other parties, state media announced on Tuesday, over their failure to register for an election set to prolong the army's grip on power.
|California governor signs bill giving energy commission oversight power on oil companies|
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill into law Tuesday that gives the state's energy commission oversight power on oil companies to determine potential price gouging and impose corresponding penalties.
|Asia's best restaurant for 2023 revealed|
A Bangkok eatery won the top spot at the 2023 "Asia's 50 Best Restaurants" awards, which were handed out at a ceremony in Singapore on March 28.
|March 28, 2023 - Russia-Ukraine news|
The Ukrainian military said it repelled 24 Russian attacks as heavy fighting rages in the eastern Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
|Opinion: I chose New College because I didn't have to leave my identity at the campus door|
Gov. Ron DeSantis has eviscerated New College of Florida, a small, left-leaning liberal arts college in Sarasota. Sophia Brown, a student at the college that had been a haven, particularly for queer kids and students of color, said many in the school community fear that what made New College special might be irretrievably lost.
|Scientists identify secret ingredient in da Vinci paintings|
"Old Masters" such as Leonardo da Vinci, Sandro Botticelli and Rembrandt may have used proteins, especially egg yolk, in their oil paintings, according to a new study.
|As North Korea ramps up missile tests, US and South Korean troops practice assaulting a beach|
North Korea has been building up a ballistic missile arsenal on the stated premise that it needs to deter an attack on it by US and South Korean forces.
|Wisconsin school district bans Miley Cyrus-Dolly Parton duet with 'rainbow' in title|
Students were also set to perform "Rainbowland," a 2017 duet by Miley Cyrus and her godmother, Dolly Parton, but the school district had the song removed because its lyrics "could be deemed controversial" according to a school board policy.
|Covenant School shooter was under care for emotional disorder and hid guns at home, police say|
The 28-year-old who killed three children and three adults at a private Christian school in Nashville was under care for an emotional disorder and had legally bought seven firearms that were hidden at home, Metro Nashville Police Chief John Drake said Tuesday.
|FDA sketches out plan to bolster fragile US infant formula supply management|
The US Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday its initial strategy to boost and strengthen the management of the country's supply of infant formula.
|Today's news in 10 minutes|
March 29, 2023
|What we know about the Nashville shooter Audrey Hale|
Audrey Hale, a 28-year-old former Covenant School student who killed six people at the school Monday, carefully planned the attack, according to officials.
|Philadelphia says the city's tap water is safe to drink after a chemical spill in the Delaware River|
After a chemical spill last week in the Delaware River spurred fears of tap water contamination, Philadelphia officials said the city's drinking water is safe to use.
|Maryland court reinstates murder conviction of 'Serial' subject Adnan Syed|
A Maryland appellate court on Tuesday reinstated the conviction of Adnan Syed, the man who spent over two decades behind bars for the 1999 killing of his ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee and whose murder case was featured in the landmark podcast "Serial."
|Mike Pence must testify about conversations he had with Donald Trump leading up to January 6, judge rules|
A federal judge has decided that former Vice President Mike Pence must testify to a grand jury about conversations he had with Donald Trump leading up to January 6, 2021, according to multiple sources familiar with a recent federal court ruling.
|EV startup Lucid to cut about 18% of its workforce|
Electric-vehicle maker Lucid Group Inc said on Tuesday it would lay off about 18% of its workforce, or around 1,300 employees, to cut costs as part of a restructuring plan.
|Blaze kills at least 40 people at migrant detention center near Mexico-US border|
At least 40 people died on Monday night when a fire broke out at a government-run migrant detention center in Ciudad Juarez, a city in northern Mexico, on the United States border, Mexican officials said Tuesday.
|Canadian billionaire and a group including Magic Johnson submit competing bids for Washington Commanders|
Two potential ownership groups are vying to buy the NFL's Washington Commanders.
|France wracked by more pension protests amid rising violence on the streets|
Protesters on the tracks at a Paris rail station. Smoke bombs let off at Biarritz airport. Anger at French President Emmanuel Macron's pension reforms showed no sign of letting up on Tuesday as the nation saw for a 10th day of nationwide demonstrations.
|Illinois took action after the Highland Park shooting. But the assault weapon ban there still faces legal hurdles|
As Nashville police left a news conference Monday, Ashbey Beasley unexpectedly moved in front of the still-live microphones and television cameras.
|Hubble telescope captures images of Jupiter and Uranus looking different|
The NASA Hubble Space Telescope allows for scientists to closely monitor the changing weather and seasons of the outer planets. Recent images of Jupiter and Uranus show each planet's atmosphere, with several differences from prior years.
|Opinion: Crumbley parents lose their appeal. Why that could be a game changer on school shootings|
The parents of a teenager who shot and killed four students at Oxford High School in Michigan in November 2021 are set to stand trial for involuntary manslaughter after an appellate court last week rejected their contention that the charges have no legal justification.
|Priyanka Chopra Jonas says she left Bollywood because she was 'pushed into a corner'|
Priyanka Chopra Jonas says she left Bollywood behind to give Hollywood a shot because she felt like she was being "pushed into a corner in the industry."
|Why the mass shooting cycle remains predictable and permanent|
There's little more the president can do about mass shootings. There's nothing the new GOP-controlled Congress is likely to do to prevent mass shootings. And there's reason to think state gun control laws could be in jeopardy.
|Using artificial intelligence and archival news articles, this teen found that Black homicide victims were less humanized in news coverage|
Using artificial intelligence and archival news articles, a teenager in Northern Virginia created a program to measure media biases -- and in researching older news articles, she found that Black homicide victims were less likely to be humanized in news coverage.
|Waterlogged California set to get more rain, wind and snow today, exacerbating flooding concerns|
A powerful Pacific storm moving inland Tuesday is set to bring more rain, snow and damaging winds to California, a state already waterlogged from at least 12 atmospheric rivers that have delivered a barrage of rain and snow in recent months.