The U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says the US has almost ruled out renewed talks with North Korea over its nuclear program.
Amazon.com has received patent rights to send its products to customers by unmanned drone aircraft.
Officials say 38 civilians and more than 30 police were injured during a protest in China’s Sichuan province.
The United Nations Security Council has condemned fighting in two northern states in South Sudan.
A coalition led by the United States has increased airstrikes targeting Islamic state militants in the city of Ramadi.
And nine people were killed in gun violence between members of at least three opposing motorcycle gangs in the city of Waco, Texas.
Some people collect postage stamps — the small pieces of paper you place on letters or postcards before mailing them.
The Cottonwood Institute is a nonprofit group that works with teenagers in the U.S. city of Denver, Colorado.
United States officials say the Defense Department is considering sending military ships and aircraft to test Chinese claims in the South China Sea.
Chinese President Xi Jinping welcomed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Thursday to his family’s hometown of Xi’an.