While President Xi Jinping remains firmly in charge, friction with the Trump administration and troubles at home have dented his political dominance.
A division of the U.S. Forest Service is studying fire behavior as the blazes in the West become hotter and spread faster than ever before.
The world’s biggest contract electronics manufacturer has recorded two straight quarters of declining profits, as smartphone sales stagnate.
The term doesn’t mean much in restaurants, which are not required to undergo the same rigorous certifying process as farms and food companies.
The Turkish lira continues to slide, and that’s starting to affect markets and currencies around the world.
Flight instructors and aviation experts were split on whether games and simulations could prepare someone to operate a real plane.
The populist party came to power after a campaign filled with conspiratorial overtones against globalist forces. Now it faces one of its first tests of real-life governing.
President Vladimir V. Putin has nimbly exploited differences between Washington and its allies, but he has yet to translate that into fewer sanctions against Russia.
Richard B. Russell, a ground service agent at the Seattle-Tacoma Airport, flew a turboprop aircraft for nearly an hour over Puget Sound.
Worried that an aging population imperils the economy, Beijing is scrambling to stimulate a baby boom after decades of harsh restrictions on births.