01/23/2014 12:11amAn American man has been charged after 5.7 million Australian dollars ($5 million) in cash was found in suitcases in a Sydney apartment. Police allege it is one of the biggest cash hauls of crime proceeds in Australian history.
01/23/2014 12:56amAn American judge has ruled the China arms of global accounting firms should be barred from providing audits for U.S.-traded companies in a dispute that might force major corporate names such as oil giant PetroChina and search engine Baidu to withdraw from American stock exchanges.
01/23/2014 2:57amJust before the start of an anti-government rally that paralyzed the heart of Bangkok four years ago, Thailand's deputy prime minister issued a stern message to demonstrators then converging on the city en masse.
01/23/2014 3:38amChina needs to work with its neighbors to cool rising tensions over its claims to territory in surrounding seas, a top U.S. diplomat said Thursday, adding the U.S. has a strong interest in seeing such matters handled peacefully.
01/23/2014 3:58amPark rangers in Thailand have found the body of an American tourist who was apparently trampled to death by elephants in a reserve outside Bangkok, police said Thursday.
01/23/2014 4:50amThailand's capital has seen its coldest temperatures in three decades, as the normally balmy Southeast Asian country is experiencing one of its longest winter cold snaps in years.
01/23/2014 5:29amThe U.S. government on Thursday called on Chinese authorities to release the founder of a grassroots movement, with the ambassador saying he was deeply concerned his trial was retribution for the scholar's campaign to expose official corruption.
01/23/2014 6:48pmFor the first time in more than two years, Samsung's quarterly net profit declined from the previous quarter, the South Korean electronics powerhouse said Friday, amid deepening concerns about slowing growth in smartphone markets.
01/23/2014 7:45pmTesla Motors announced a $121,000 sticker price for its Model S electric sedan in China, and called the relatively low cost for the Chinese market a "big risk" because some buyers might think the car is lower quality.
01/23/2014 10:59pmHong Kong will destroy most of its huge stockpile of confiscated illegal ivory in a process that could take up to two years, officials said.