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CPC 100 years: New Endeavors
A brand new podcast from CGTN America
The work for recognition: Group works to get navy ship named after Filipino American military hero
Rio de Janeiro hopes to become South America’s digital nomads paradise
Venezuela struggles to get its students back into classes after COVID pandemic
The Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism reported that in the largest cities in the United States, anti-Asian hate crime rose 149% in 2020.
Colombia has past 92,000 deaths due to COVID, but this Tuesday it is beginning to lift many more restrictions as the country looks to balance health and the economy. CGTN’s Michelle Begue reports.
The plight of the transplant patient puts into sharp focus Venezuela’s deep healthcare crisis. There have been no transplant surgeries except those from living donors since 2017. See how COVID-19 has affected organ transplantation in Venezuela.
Ready for summer vacations? As many states have lifted COVID restrictions in the U.S, is it safe to travel this summer? Here’s what you need to know.
The race to vaccinate continues across the United States. Twelve U.S. states have now vaccinated 70 percent of their adult populations with at least one dose of the vaccine. But for other states, the battle against hesitancy continues and that has led to some interesting initiatives.
As life starts to return to normal in the U.S., many people will be happy to toss out their face mask or hand sanitizer. But many bar and restaurant owners in Washington D.C., are hoping that temporary rules introduced at the height of the coronavirus pandemic will be made […]
Death can be a serious financial burden for families across the world, with funeral expenses running into hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars. That is especially true in Venezuela, where incomes are amongst the lowest in the world. The COVID-19 pandemic has only made matters […]
This week marks the centenary of the founding of China’s Communist Party. CGTN America’s special series called ‘New Endeavors’ showcases the stories of ordinary Chinese people’s lives and their happiness.
Chauvin spoke very briefly saying there will be “other things in the future that will be of interest” and extended condolences to Floyd’s family.
Imani Cheers Associate Professor of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University discusses the history of the holiday, what it means for the Black community, and where the country goes from here, following the racial reckonings of 2020.
As COVID-19 cases surge in the United States, President Biden announces new action. And, is the U.S. headed for a record number of gun shootings in 2021?
Global economies face challenges as they seek to rebound from the pandemic.
A Colombian family of four packed their bags and placed them in their 1981 Volkswagen Westfalia to take a life-changing trip along the Pan-American Highway.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 13:07 — 13.0MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Email | TuneIn | RSS | MoreCGTN America has launched a brand new podcast called “Americas Now” hosted by Elaine Reyes. We’re taking a closer […]
An effort to investigate former political leaders in Mexico appears to have stopped even before it could get started. Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador held a national referendum this past Sunday to ask the country a rather oddly-worded question: “Do you agree, or […]
The largest fire in California, the Dixie Fire has grown bigger than the size of New York City. Although fire crews have made some progress in recent days, the blaze is only about 32% contained. It has forced road closures and evacuations in several towns […]
While there is a near-record number of job openings in the U.S., unemployment remains high. Experts say the pandemic has caused a mismatch between the jobs available and the jobs people want as some industries face a labor shortage. Karina Huber reports.
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit millions of families all over the world – and left many children without their primary caregivers. Brazil has created a program to provide assistance to these so-called COVID-19 orphans. CGTN’s Paulo Cabral reports.
On July 1, Rio’s City Hall launched a project which offers lower prices to travelers who sign onto long term packages with certified hotels and hostels and special six-month visas that could be extended for up to one year.
The U.S. Federal Reserve has left interest rates unchanged at near zero, saying the U.S. economy continues to “strengthen.”
There is a new attraction in New York City that is looking to entertain and educate.
Ten days after the founder of Virgin Galactic made his first trip into space, the founder of Amazon is preparing to do the same.