In our news wrap Wednesday, President Trump vowed to fight congressional Democrats all the way over the series of investigations and subpoenas targeting those in his close circle. He called the investigation efforts “nonsense.” Also, the UN reports that Afghan…
By Katie Tam, Veta Chan, Associated Press
A court handed down prison sentences of up to 16 months to leaders of the massive pro-democracy protests on public nuisance offenses.
Data showing apartment costs compared to the average income suggests investors are causing housing prices to spike in cities like Hong Kong and London.
By Jim Gomez, Vincent Yu, Associated Press
Typhoon Mangkhut barreled into southern China on Sunday after lashing the northern Philippines with strong winds and heavy rain that left at least 64 people dead.
By James M. Lindsay, Council on Foreign Relations
Millions of people around the world went to the polls this year. The results provided plenty of surprises. British voters defied the pollstersand voted to leave the European Union. Colombians did much the same in …
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Monday, Kurdish-led forces pressed toward the Islamic State’s de facto capital Raqqa after announcing the offensive Sunday. Also, the Justice Department announced it is sending 500 staffers to 28 states to watch for civil rights violations…
By Corinne Segal
Growing up in Hong Kong, where he is still based, Andy Yeung saw geometric repetition and patterns of light hidden in the sky-high structures of the city.
By Michael D. Regan
Thousands of residents flooded into the streets of central Hong Kong on Sunday to protest the disappearance of five booksellers who are believed to be illegally detained by Chinese authorities.
The United States and China recently committed to nearly total bans of the ivory trade, hoping to curb the poaching of elephants who are killed for their tusks. But China still remains the world's biggest ivory consumer. NewsHour's Christopher Booker…
By Corinne Segal
We've seen them glowing on New York City theater billboards, Las Vegas casinos and Hong Kong high-rises. They cast unbidden light and shadow into restaurants and homes, and are a part of the daily scenery for millions. But neon signs, once a vital part of…
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