In other news Monday, 3 U.S. troops and a British Soldier were killed by roadside bombs in Afghanistan, making a dozen international troops fatalities in the first five days of July.
A roundup of arts headlines.
In other news Monday, an American soldier and three Australian commandos died in Afghanistan when their military helicopter crashed. Also, an explosion at a coal mine in central China has killed at least 47 workers.
By Molly Finnegan, Carolyn O'Hara
A roundup of arts notes.
The Obama administration has placed pressure on China to revalue its currency, creating economic tensions between the two countries. Ray Suarez sits down with C. Fred Bergsten, director of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, about this latest turn of…
In a newsmaker interview, Ray Suarez speaks with Ambassador Susan Rice about the United Nations' latest move to curb Iran's nuclear program, even as the country says it will carry on with uranium enrichment.
Iran discounted Wednesday's vote by the United Nations Security Council to impose new sanctions targeting the country's nuclear program and its powerful Revolutionary Guard.
By Talea Miller
Ray Suarez hosts an online forum with obesity experts and authors Barry Popkin and Michael Power on the causes of weight gain in societies around the world.
The first time art critic Barbara Pollack went to China in 2004, she says the art scene reminded her of the wild, wild west: there were some brave pioneers and a general sense of lawlessness -- no established rules or…
Ray Suarez wraps up his reporting trip to China on global health issues with a discussion about the health challenges facing the country's growing middle class.
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