"We welcome China's rise," Barack Obama said at a press conference at the White House with Chinese President Hu Jintao.
Chinese President Hu Jintao wrapped up his visit to the U.S. capital Thursday, telling an audience of American business leaders that Beijing is seeking closer ties and greater trust with the United States on a range of issues.
Chinese President Hu Jintao is calling the current world currency system a "product of the past".
Should we be concerned that Chinese flags were posted up and down Constitution Avenue during the visit of Chinese President Hu Jintao to Washington D.C.?
Is the era of cheap Chinese imports rapidly coming to an end?
One Canadian company has found itself very busy removing excess manufacturing capacity from North America and transferring it to China.
China has taken a major step toward commissioning its first aircraft carrier by largely completing the restoration of a derelict ship purchased from Ukraine, a news report said Wednesday.
Iran will be able to carry out uranium enrichment even in the case of a military attack on its nuclear facilities, the country's nuclear envoy said in Moscow on Thursday.
House Republicans passed a bill to repeal Barack Obama’s health care plan on Wednesday, but the Democrats that control the U.S. Senate have already indicated that there is no chance that it will be passed in that chamber.
House Republicans stepped up their campaign against President Obama's health care overhaul Thursday, voting to begin drafting a measure to replace the controversial new law.
Has Japan reached a "tipping point" as far as their national debt is concerned?
Over the past two years, as U.S. unemployment remained near double-digit levels and the economy shed jobs in the wake of the financial crisis, over a million foreign-born arrivals to America found work, many illegally.
Will homes loans soon become as expensive as credit cards?
The U.S. money supply is going up at an alarming rate.
Goldman Sachs has revealed that they paid their employees a total of over 15 billion dollars for 2010.
Private investors are pulling money out of stocks and bonds at a staggering rate.
The official Chinese Communist Party newspaper has declared that China is now the number one economic power in the world.
Is there a reason why the poor countries of the world stay so poor?
Is General Motors violating federal laws by not properly displaying manufacturing content while its vehicles are on display at car shows?
While food riots have begun emerging across the globe as a result of surging food prices, the United States Department of Agriculture has decided to funnel 12 million dollars into the popular pizza chain Domino’s Pizza, in what has become known as a secret government bailout.
The Obama administration is developing a "universal Internet ID" program that would watch, track, monitor and potentially control your activity on the Internet.
Democratic Party donors, members of Congress and gun control groups are being urged to lobby Barack Obama to speak on gun control laws during the upcoming state of the union address.
Barack Obama has seen a 15 point bounce in his approval rating.
Newt Gingrich has been busy lavishing praise on Barack Obama.
Congressman Ron Paul says he is seriously considering a 2012 Senate run after he was voted Texans’ second most popular choice to replace an outgoing Senator in a recent survey.
Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota, a Republican and founder of the Tea Party Caucus in the House, says that Obamacare is "the crown jewel of socialism."
Tennessee Democrat Rep. Steve Cohen says that Jesse Ventura and his popular TruTV television show are promoting terrorism.
An 82-year-old woman says she was humiliated by airport security who forced her to reveal her gel prosthesis during a recent public pat-down at Calgary’s airport.
A company has developed a prototype of a device that can scan fingerprints from up to two meters away, an approach that could prove especially useful at security checkpoints in places like Iraq and Afghanistan.
A new security system in Detroit Public Schools has parents and community members questioning the violation of their Fourth Amendment right to privacy.
The FAA is warning pilots that their GPS signal "may be unreliable or unavailable" due to "GPS tests" that the Department of Defense will be conducting between January 20th and February 22nd.
U.S. Central Command policy allows troops a 90 or 180 day supply of highly addictive psychotropic drugs before they deploy to combat.
Last year, 145 Army Reservists and National Guardsmen committed suicide, compared with 65 suicide deaths across the entire Guard and Reserves in 2009.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says that the arrest of more than 110 suspected mobsters in New York, New Jersey and Rhode Island is part of the largest law enforcement operation ever against the Mafia.
Health authorities are pushing for drugs to be added to public water supplies that cause depression and memory loss.
The fissures began appearing years ago. But in recent months, seismic activity has accelerated in northeastern Africa as the continent breaks apart in slow motion. Researchers say that lava in the region is consistent with magma normally seen on the sea floor -- and that water will ultimately cover the desert.
Yellowstone National Park's supervolcano just took a "deep breath" causing miles of ground to rise dramatically, scientists report.
The world could face widespread power blackouts and be left without critical communication signals for long periods of time, after the earth is hit by a once-in-a-generation “space storm”, NASA has warned.
Nine strange giant rings appeared over Australia in January and February 2010. Could HAARP have been involved?
A surging river that crested Thursday flooded and isolated a new community as Australia's flood disaster continued.
Shocking new research has revealed that America's college students are basically learning next to nothing.
90 teens at one Memphis, Tennessee high school are pregnant.
Attorneys for a Marine Corps veteran of the Iraq War say they have filed a petition to the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals after a federal district judge ruled it is OK for the U.S. government to fund commercial enterprises that promote the indoctrination of Islamic law, or Shariah, in the United States.
Some 400 hungry wolves in the Siberian Republic Sokha have banded together to hunt deer and horses. About 30 horses have been killed by wolves over the last few days. Locals fear that the dangerous animals may attack humans too.