"Horrifying": Global Outrage After Chinese Researcher Claims First Gene-Edited BabiesChinese medical officials are investigating the scientist who claims to have created the world's first genetically-edited babies.
More U.S. Corporate Giants Warn Tariffs Will Mean Price HikesFrom Ford to Walmart to Procter & Gamble, a growing number of iconic American companies are warning that President Donald Trump's tariffs on U.S. imports are raising their costs and prices.
Microwaves Suspected In 'Sonic Attacks' On US Diplomats In Cuba And ChinaBizarre, unexplained head injuries spurred the United States to bring home diplomatic staff from China and Cuba. Now scientists are saying the ailments could have been caused by microwave weapons.
Drone Show Lights Up Night Sky Over ChinaMore than a thousand drones lit up the night sky in Xi'an.
Gardner On North Korea Relationship: Hold China ResponsibleColorado Republican Sen. Cory Gardner spoke about North Korea on CBS' Face the Nation with Margaret Brennan on Sunday morning.
Passenger With MAGA Hat Removed From United FlightA passenger with a "Make America Great Again" hat was removed from a United Airlines flight.
Rare Quintuplet Siberian Tigers Born In ChinaA big dose of cuteness from new video out of China.
US, Japan, France, UK Practice Amphibious Landings On GuamThe U.S., the U.K. and Japan are joining a French-led amphibious exercise at remote U.S. islands in the Pacific over the next week.
Remains Of Soldier Killed In Korea To Be ReturnedThe Department of Defense says the remains of a 20-year-old Vermont soldier killed in the Korean War in 1951 will be returned to the state for burial.
Denver Welcomes 80 New Citizens In Naturalization CeremonyDenver city leaders officially welcomed 80 brand new citizens to the United States on Thursday morning.
Man Sneaks Into Zoo Enclosure, Wrestles Giant PandaA man snuck into a giant panda enclosure in a zoo in east China's Jiangxi Province, and ended up wrestling with one of the pandas.
Peyton Manning Tours China, Promotes NFLWhat's Peyton Manning doing in his retirement?
Ask An Expert: How To Visit China On A BudgetCecilia Minges lived as an expat in Shanghai, China for four years.
President Expected To Sign Sen. Gardner's Bill To Hit North Korea With Stronger SanctionsThe United States is poised to hit North Korea with stronger sanctions for refusing to stop its nuclear weapons program. The White House now says President Obama will sign the bill, and it was co-authored by Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner.
50 Coloradans Happy To Say They're Now Officially U.S. CitizensColorado has 50 new U.S. citizens. The group was sworn in at the History Colorado Center on Wednesday.