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REDWOOD CITY—On a sunny afternoon in the Peninsula, I sat down with Bay Area entrepreneur Bob Yau to ...
September 8, 2016
Persecuted in China, Attacked in San Francisco
“After I was grabbed, I was so sad this happened in America. I cried while holding banners that ...
June 29, 2012
New Artificial Intelligence Computer Chips Mimic the Brain
IBM revealed a new generation of experimental computer chips that stimulate the human brain. The “Neurosynaptic Chips” emulate ...
August 31, 2011
UC Berkeley Students Protest Education Cuts Atop Campus Building Ledge
Several UC Berkeley students stood on the fourth-story ledge of Wheeler Hall to protest budget cuts.
March 3, 2011
Tensions Mount on UC Campuses
African American students hold silent a protest at UC Berkeley, March 1 in solidarity against racially charged incidents ...
March 2, 2010
U.S. Citizen Pleads Guilty in Business Opportunity Fraud Case
Stephen Schultz pleaded guilty in Miami on twelve counts of an indictment against him.
January 24, 2010
Haitians in the U.S. Granted Temporary Work Status
Haitians in U.S. before devastating earthquake near the Haitian capital will be eligible for temporary work status.
January 18, 2010
Christie’s to Present English Furniture, Delft, and Chinese Export
Christie's New York will present The Collection of Benjamin F. Edwards III, to feature a selection of silver, ...
Arts & Culture
January 17, 2010
Ticketmaster Deal Undecided by Lawmakers
Department of Justice is ready to employ litigation to the opposed merger of Ticketmaster and Live Nation.
January 13, 2010
Most Admired of 2009 (USA TODAY/Gallup Poll)
President Barack Obama is the man most admired by Americans.
January 7, 2010
Numismatists Take Note: Stack’s New York Americana Sale
Mark your calendars, because Stack's Rare Coins New York Americana Sale is set to take place January 26-27 ...
Arts & Culture
January 6, 2010
Activists Object to Nevada Wild Horse Roundup
Activists have cried out against a roundup of wild horses in the Calico Mountains, demanding a moratorium.
January 3, 2010
Winter Antiques Show to Exhibit Historic New England
The 56th Winter Antiques Show is set to take place January 22 to 31 at the Park Avenue ...
Arts & Culture
January 1, 2010
FBI Releases Preliminary Crime Statistics for 2009
Violent crime declined 4.4 percent nationally, while property crime decreased 6.1 percent.
December 29, 2009
Fabled Restaurant Tavern on the Green Will Auction Off
On January 13, 14, and 15, Guernsey's will auction off New York's legendary Tavern on the Green.
Arts & Culture
December 22, 2009
Diamond Collection and Rare Pieces at Bonhams NY Fine Jewelry Sale
December 16 will mark the Bonhams' New York Fine Jewelry sale.
Arts & Culture
December 10, 2009
Massive Strike at University of California, Berkeley
Forty students occupied a school building in protest of recent decisions to raise tuition by 32 percent.
November 21, 2009
U.S. Resolution Supports Rights of Sichuan Earthquake Activists
Congressman David Wu presented House Resolution 877 Friday in support of jailed Sichuan earthquake activists.
November 9, 2009
Youth and Adults Gain at Bay Area College Fair
More than 1,000 students and parents came to the Bay Area College Fair at the Cubberley Community Center ...
September 18, 2009
Photographer Richard Gordon Documents U.S. Surveillance Cameras
Richard Gordon is exploring the controversy of security over personal privacy in his new book, “American Surveillance.”
September 14, 2009
Of the 13 Million Abortions a Year in China, Most Are Forced
Forced abortions are carried out in China today, in the millions.
August 31, 2009
Bill Would Help Small Businesses Fighting for Survival
Council members and civilians gathered at city hall to push for an emergency vote on the Small Business ...
August 12, 2009
Media Industry to Test Paywall for Web Content
Print and cable media are looking to charge for their online media content to compensate for dwindling revenues ...
August 11, 2009
Extension of “Cash for Clunkers” Program Contended
As Congress wrestles with whether to extend the “Cash for Clunkers” program, people are rushing to trade-in their ...
August 3, 2009
J.C. Penney Opens First Manhattan Store
More than 40 children in the Bronx came to J.C. Penney on a J.C. Penney-sponsored shopping spree, with ...
August 2, 2009
Record Heat Drives People From Their Homes
Record temperatures in the Pacific Northwest are keeping citizens up at night and outside of their homes more.
July 31, 2009
Proposed Bill Will Allow Civilian Board to Prosecute Police Misconduct
New legislation was proposed on Wednesday that will allow the city Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB)...
July 30, 2009
Forced Organ Harvesting in China Has Taken Place ‘on a Significant Scale,’ Independent Tribunal Finds
, Epoch Times
British PM Addresses Hong Kong Protests with Chinese Official During Meeting
Epoch Times Staff
Israel Unveils New Settlement Named ‘Trump Heights’ on Golan
Closing Arguments: NXIVM’s Leader Was After ‘Sex, Money, Power’
US to Withhold Hundreds of Millions in Aid From El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras
Under US Pressure, Mexico Starts Moving to Secure Its Southern Border
UK Foreign Secretary Says He Agrees ‘150 Percent’ With President Trump’s Criticism of London Mayor
Mexico Detains Nearly 800 Illegal Immigrants, Government Says
Egypt TV Says Ousted President Morsi Dies in Court
The Associated Press
Trump Says Hillary Clinton ‘Should be in Jail’