Cop hitches a ride on bus windshield
Bus driver flees to avoid paying a ticket; officer does what any good movie star would.
Buford, the smallest town in the US with a population of 1, sold for $900,000
The tiny Wyoming town of Buford was sold to two unidentified Vietnamese men by its owner and sole resident Don Sammons.
Rhino horn 'more expensive than cocaine,' due to Vietnam demand
Vietnam's newly rich buy rhinoceros horn as a cure for cancer, fever — or even just a hangover — at prices higher than the US street value of cocaine.
Vietnam jails ex-Vinashin execs over near-bankruptcy
A court in Vietnam has jailed nine former Vietnam Shipbuilding Group (Vinashin) officials over their role in almost collapsing the state-owned company.
Vietnam: 11 years in prison for "divisive propaganda"
Vietnamese? Stay out of your homeland's casinos
Silversea Cruises: Cruise liner collides in Vietnam with cargo ship
The company brushes off the incident but a passenger says a cargo ship nearly capsized in Ha Long Bay.
Vietnam: students take English exams for cheating bureaucrats
Vietnam: Google violated our sovereignty
5 major atrocities in US military history
This weekend's shooting spree in Afghanistan is hardly the first atrocity committed by a member of the US military. We look back in history at five other horrific incidents that shook America, its armed forces, and the world.
5 major atrocities in US military history
This weekend's shooting in Afghanistan is not the first incident of members of the US military being accused of using unnecessary force again civilians. We look back at five other horrific incidents that shook America, its armed forces and the world.
Asia's military spending to exceed Europe's
South China Sea on the verge of conflict
Heightened tension draws China and U.S.-backed nations closer to naval confrontation
Vietnam's exploding vehicle problem
Online outrage over Hong Kong airlines' "flying coffins" for dolphins
Web-based petition against Hong Kong's live cargo service gets support of thousands
US rhino horn smuggling ring cracked, with arrests in four states under 'Operation Crash'
US authorities arrested seven people after an 18-month investigation into trafficking of rhino horns from the United States to China and Vietnam.
Vietnam land reform: farmer fights land seizure Scarface style
Gun battle stokes crucial debate over state land control
Vietnam: fighting traffic nightmare with social engineering
Hanoi rewriting working hours for students, bureaucrats and commercial employees to ease traffic nightmare
Agent Orange maker Monsanto back in Vietnam
Scornful of chemical's killer legacy, some Vietnamese resist corporation's return
South Africa: Rhino poachers from Mozambique jailed for 25 years
South African court sentences three Mozambicans to 25 years each in jail after being found guilty of hunting rhinos in the famous Kruger National Park.
Thai-Burma port project offers big boost to India's Look East Policy
Alternative to Chinese projects in Pakistan and Sri Lanka, the Thai port in Burma is more economically viable and better poised to unite the region.
Chinese New Year of the Dragon promises good luck, babies
Lunar New Year begins today as Asian families gather for Spring Festival.
Vietnam launches first domestic made warship
Vietnam's first homemade ship is equipped with modern artillery and missile systems.
South Africa's Kruger park battles rhino poaching (VIDEO)
Kruger National Park, a top tourist destination in South Africa, is hiring 150 extra rangers to protect its rhinos from the growing threat of poachers.
Vietnam embraces Baskin-Robbins
Vietnam's economy slowed in 2011, but Baskin-Robbins is still pushing ahead.
Vietnamese cops censured for jailing anti-corruption reporter
Freedom urged for "Road Bribes" journalist
Elite Asian students cheat like mad on US college applications
Competition fuels boom in brokers offering fake transcripts, essays and SAT scores.
"F--k You, Pay the Road Bribes"
Vietnamese journalist known for exposing traffic cops catches dubious charge
2011: year for self-immolations
From Mohamed Bouazizi to Tibetan monks, why did so many people light themselves on fire this past year?
Zuckerberg in (Facebook-banning) Vietnam
He claims to be "on holiday" in the censored market.
South Africa: Rhino horns poisoned to thwart poachers
The owner of an exotic game reserve near Cape Town, South Africa has injected his rhinos' horns with poison to try and prevent poaching.