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Vanity Ballroom: A Detroit neighborhood restoring its landmarks and livelihood

Since 1950, the peak of the U.S. auto boom, Detroit has lost over 64% of its people. Once a major destination for American music, Detroit’s Vanity Ballroom has been abandoned for over 30 years. But partners in the neighborhood of Jefferson-Chalmers are hopeful they can bring both landmarks and the economy of their community back to life.

Wushu dreams: From sport to screen

Alex Huynh is a NYC based actor and stunt performer who draws on years of competitive Wushu experience for his career in show business. In this profile, Alex speaks on the foundations and principles that have inspired his journey.

4 American losers in the U.S.-China trade war

For some time now, the U.S-CHINA trade war has been dominating headlines. With no end in sight, we decided to take a look at some of the American industries – and companies – hardest hit by this economic crisis.

Is Harvard bias against Asian Americans? The current lawsuit explained

Is one of the top private schools in the U.S. systematically discriminating against Asians and Asian Americans? That’s what a trial taking place in Boston, Massachusetts is trying to figure out.

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China sets its sights to the far side of the Moon

A brief history of China's first astronauts

Aznavour: The charmed life of a French pop icon

REFUGEE OLYMPICS: Syrian swimmer Rami Anis

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Clashes during Trump Inauguration

CES 2019: AI robot Sophia goes deep at Q&A

2A: Voices from March For Our Lives

Seeking reason and faith at an anti-Trump rally

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World's first #SPACEWALKER turns 85

 

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Protester confronts police in Venezuela

Food shortages in Venezuela for some to fish in polluted waters