Business, Finance & Economics

After 'Black Monday,' why Americans shouldn't worry, but Chinese should (Updated)


Stock markets rebounded in Europe and started strongly (but did not finish so) on Wall Street on Tuesday after strong losses in two previous sessions because of fears of weakness in China's economy. China has cut interest rates and its bank has pumped in $200 billion to try to stop China's stock slide.

Development & Education

After a massive explosion in China kills dozens and injures hundreds, authorities move to prevent secondary accidents

At least 50 people have been killed and hundreds injured after massive explosions Wednesday night in the Chinese port city of Tianjin. The blasts, which could be seen from space, occurred at a warehouse storing toxic chemicals. Chinese soldiers trained to handle biological and chemical disasters are now working to prevent secondary accidents.