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World NowOfficials at a climate change gathering in South Africa struck a deal to avoid collapse of international negotiations over global warming, averting the worst fears of environmental advocates but delaying for as many as eight years steps to limit...
L.A. NOWLos Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said his just-concluded 11-day trade mission ot Asia will bring jobs and investment of the city....
World NowChinese pandas Yang Guang and Tian Tian made their debut Friday to an eager audience patiently braving the wind and rain of a Scottish winter morning...
Money & CompanyInvestors in Asia reacted to the death of North Korean leader Kim JJong Il, sinking markets from Japan to Australia. Seoul's Kospi recovered slightly from a 4.9% freefall in the morning to close down 3.4%. Tokyo's Nikkei stock average fell 1.3%, Hong...
TechnologyA factory explosion at an Apple supplier in China has left dozens injured and sparked concerns about whether iPad supply would be affected....
World NowIn a possible softening of their stance toward a leading dissident, Chinese authorities are allowing artist Ai Weiwei to appeal a fine for tax evasion, Ai’s representatives said on Friday....
World NowU.S. allies: Oil huntry Japan and South Korea struggle to honor U.S. embargo on Iran...
World NowCapping a diplomatic huddle in Tokyo with U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner, Japanese central government officials pledged Thursday to buy less Iranian oil in a nod to Washington's campaign to sanction Iran over its nuclear program....
24 FramesAt the Sundance Film Festival, the Ai Weiwei documentary Never Sorry premiered on Sunday...
Company TownSony appoints Kazuo Hirai as its next CEO. Hirai became fluent in English during his years in Foster City, Calif., as head of the company's North American PlayStation business from 2006 to 2009....
World NowThe recent dustup between Christian Bale and Chinese authorities was only the latest collision between politically correct Hollywood and authoritarian Beijing. Here are some other moments that have gotten stars in trouble in China, caught on tape....
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