8 questions for Charles Kernaghan: What are the world's most dangerous jobs?
Labor and human rights advocate Charles Kernaghan meditates on the world's most dangerous jobs.
On Location video: Caracas mourns Chavez's death, but life goes on
Many supporters of Hugo Chavez are bidding a solemn farewell to the Venezuelan leader, but others are relaxing, and even celebrating.
Plastic surgery, 'Gangnam-style'
Under the knife, beauty seekers get a piece of the Gangnam dream.
China's knick-knack diplomacy
Pushing sovereignty on the sly
Kim Jong Un in the shadow of the Dear Leader?
After North Korea carried out a nuclear test on Tuesday, old hopes are waning that Kim Jong Un will open the militarized country to the world.
Korean food made me cry like a baby
Choo-sung has achieved notoriety for a masochistic recipe that the Korean press calls one of the country's spiciest.
Chinese New Year 2013: The Year of the Snake is in full swing across Asia (PHOTOS)
Millions of Chinese have already begun their celebrations of the New Year, which begins February 10.
US activist Nguyen Quoc Quan released after 9 months of detention in Vietnam (VIDEO)
Pro-democracy activist Nguyen Quoc Quan, who had been detained without trial after being accused of "terrorist" activities, is finally allowed to leave Vietnam.
Argentina curbs trade in 'soccer slaves'
Argentina’s taxman is taking aim at the seamier side of South American soccer.
Vietnam's execution cocktail dilemma
Firing squads are out. Injections are in. But who'll supply the poison?
Love across the DMZ: Matchmaking, North Korea-style
Seoul is full of untapped customers eager to tie the knot with northern beauties.
US panel green-lights punitive duties on wind towers from China, Vietnam
The U.S. International Trade Commission voted 3-3 that U.S. producers were either materially injured or threatened with material injury by unfairly priced and subsidized imports from the two countries.
South Africa sics drones on rhino poachers
Poachers killed the most South African rhinos ever in 2012. And 2013 is shaping up to be worse. To stop poachers, South Africa has enlisted its army — and drones — for the fight.
Vietnam convicts 14 activists of 'anti-state' crimes after two-day hearing
Thirteen of the activists given sentences condemning them to as much as 13 years prison for various crimes "aimed at overthrowing the people's administration."
Vietnam: girl suspended over Ho Chi Minh joke
"Never shall we have to take the exam again. We have to stand up!"
Starbucks to open its first store in Vietnam
The Seattle-based company plans to open its first cafe in Ho Chi Minh City next month as part of a push into fast-growing Asian markets.
Endangered tigers making a comeback in Asia
Wildlife Conservation Society praises government initiatives in India, Russia and Thailand.
Vietnam: grim remembrance of America's 'Christmas Bombing'
40 years since Nixon's carpet bombing blitz
2,012 words of 2012
Here are the buzzwords, the keywords, or just plain words, that were uttered time and again in 2012. This was an absurd amount of work. So please click on it.
Vietnam: invasion of the mystery worms
Unidentified creatures must be killed with fire
Vietnam: dog abbatoirs rabidly opposed to new law
Rabies law pits bureaucrats against dog farmers
Mo Yan gets no love from literati
Find out why Salman Rushdie called the Chinese Nobel laureate a "patsy."
Vietnam: legit Gucci passing as bogus for profit?
A counterintuitive case of corruption
Vietnam: a brief burst of anti-China rage
Shout down the Chinese but, please, keep it brief
China flexes Air Force muscle amid territorial disputes with Japan, Vietnam
Large-scale war games and exercises held as China argues over territory with neighbors.
Cali 'burbs to Vietnam officials: don't come 'round here
Why are Orange County suburbs beefing with Hanoi bureaucrats?
More South China Sea sabotage
Cut cables, heightened patrols and threats all around
Unexploded mortar shell kills Vietnamese children
Vietnam-war-era shell explodes after children drag it out into the open, killing four
Asia: Hopes rise in fight against HIV/AIDS
Countries throughout Asia have made huge strides in combating HIV/AIDS, but now is not the time to let up.
China's latest diplomatic train wreck
Beijing's new passports claim the entire South China Sea. That hasn't exactly gone over well.
China passport map flap grows
The Philippines has joined Vietnam in refusing to stamp China's new electronic passports.