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In China, cultural traditions are under threat as village life, the bedrock of Chinese culture, disappears amid rapid urbanization, the NY Times reports.
These homes are designed with special features to withstand flooding, high winds, extreme cold, fires and other natural disasters.
China does not feel threatened by countries in Southeast Asia and is optimistic about the situation in the South China Sea, the Foreign Ministry said.
As the in-air advertising market reaches $300 million and growing, one company has developed a new way to target messages.
As European integration continues, German Chancellor Merkel will push for "binding contracts" as a major building block toward the euro area fiscal union.
Many professional gamers enter competitive gaming early and can make up to six figures, but they burn out after just a few years.
Investors in their 30s are prone to missteps that can derail long-term savings plans, such as funneling too much money into homes and 401(k) plans.
One in 4 people in Seattle have had a cellphone accident over the last year, compared with only 16 percent in Denver, a report finds.
If you like a rising stock market, you might want to put your Denver Broncos jersey on Sunday.
Many NFL stars earn a fortune during their career, only to find themselves struggling when their playing days are over.
Growth in China's factory sector slowed in January, a government survey showed, reinforcing the view the economy started the year on a softer note.
Twitter is getting serious about commerce, and it looks as though soon you'll be able to buy goods for sale directly from a tweet.
Germany must use its armed forces more frequently and decisively, federal president Joachim Gauck has warned, the FT reports.
The only team that may be as prepared as the Broncos and Seahawks for Super Bowl XLVIII is the game's official caterer.
Wal-Mart is in need of a bricks-and-mortar makeover, and to resonate with today's shopper, it needs to cut, relocate and shrink its store base.
E-filing season is underway, and so is the annual race between taxpayers and ID thieves who want to claim refunds in their name.
President Barack Obama met with the business executives to address how to get long-term unemployed Americans back to work. Experience may not help.
Cramer believes there’s always opportunity in the market. You simply have to know where to look.
As China welcomes in the Year of the Horse, investors may want to notice that historically, it hasn't been the friendliest.