FILE - A man marches with a sign during a protest in front of a building that houses federal immigration offices.
Officials say casualties were pro-Russian separatists and that they arrested 10 Russian citizens, all of whom have intelligence backgrounds
A special unit spied on Muslims in their mosques and community gathering places
New study shows majority of them think they will become millionaires and that their jobs are invulnerable to economic downturns
In her first major policy speech, Janet Yellen says Fed is not likely to raise interest rates until its inflation, unemployment goals are reached
'First' Cold War lasted roughly from end of World War II in 1945 to collapse of Soviet Union in 1991
The Treasury acknowledged that China's currency has appreciated, but said the increase is too slow and has not gone far enough
Organizers, survivors and participants are determined not to allow painful memories of last year's bloodshed to undermine a tradition that started in 1897
China is not on the itinerary, but with its efforts to control parts of the East and South China Sea, Beijing is on the minds of Obama and the allies he is visiting
The northeastern U.S. city of Boston is getting ready for its first marathon after the 2013 race in which terrorist bombs killed three people and wounded 265 others. This year, the annual Boston Marathon takes place April 21, with about 36,000 participants registered -- thousands more than last year. Zlatica Hoke reports that organizers, survivors and participants are determined not to allow painful memories of last year's bloodshed to undermine a tradition that started in 1897.
President Barack Obama begins a week-long trip to Asia next Tuesday, in a bid to reassure allies in the region. Obama will travel to Japan, South Korea, Malaysia and the Philippines. VOA White House Correspondent Luis Ramirez reports.
A big new trend in the U.S. toy industry has more consumers switching off their high-tech gadgets to play with classic toys, like board games. This is especially true among the so-called millenial generation - those born in the 1980's and 90's. Elizabeth Lee has more from an unusual café in Los Angeles, where the new trend is popular and business is booming.
Treasury report calls yuan 'significantly undervalued' and says US watching its value closely
Surveillance program by had come under fire by community activists who accused the NYPD of abusing civil rights
Speaking to an industry conference in Tampa Tuesday, James Clapper says he plans to stay on the job through end of President Barack Obama's term
Many like mentally stimulating games, without interference of phones, or computers
The Fed has been pushing banks to strengthen their balance sheets since the 2007-2009 financial crisis
With its latest acquisition of Titan Aerospace, Google hopes to use drones and satellites to bring Web access to remote parts of the world
Many of his songs have a blues quality, but he says he picked up all kinds of styles playing small clubs and bars across America
In its latest purchase of high-tech companies, Google has acquired a manufacturer of solar-powered drones that can stay in the air almost indefinitely, relaying broadband Internet connection to remote areas. It is seen as yet another step in the U.S. based Web giant’s bid to bring Internet to the whole world. VOA’s George Putic reports.