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Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei made the comments Friday at a regular news briefing.
This week, we covered UHD TVs and put a couple luxury cooktops under our microscope.
Friends of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev fetched his backpack from his dorm.
Leaders urge Russia and its backers to abide by ceasefire agreement.
Mmmm, doughnuts. How are you celebrating this very important holiday?
The biggest and most buzzworthy news to start your morning.
New revelations come from a court filing in response to Ellen Pao's notice she'll appeal.
What if Lord Yoncé was one of us?
Maybe you've seen them already, maybe not. But they are all definitely worth watching again.
The video shows a child being dunked in water repeatedly and spun around by its limbs.
Zeta Psi was put on temporary social suspension on May 28 following sexual assault allegations.
The new law makes it illegal for colleges and universities in Maryland to demand or require access to students' social media accounts.
Paralyzed cop gets surprise of a lifetime
Conservative strategist ends tussle with federal election regulators.
'Yabba-Dabba-Do!' Test your 'Flintstones' skills.
Perry's presidential announcement generates middle-of-the-pack Facebook activity
The Mississippi campus says it will review its hosting of high school graduations.
Caitlyn Jenner breaks the Internet (and Twitter) and the Air Force goes inclusive.
Lacie LaRose was killed by a gunshot wound to the neck.
Second day of services to remember vice president's son is underway.