1常速英语：200,000 Displaced in South Sudan
2常速英语：2013: The Year in Roots Music
3常速英语：86,000 Flee South Sudan in Past Month
4常速英语附字幕：Americans Give Back on MLK National Day of Service
5常速英语：America's Biggest Sporting Event Attracts World Media
6常速英语：Analysts: Geneva II Will Not Result in Solution for Syria
7常速英语：Analysts Say Republicans Under Pressure on Immigration Reform
8常速英语：Anti-Muslim Attacks Nearly Double in Britain
9常速英语：Assad Focuses on Fighting Terrorism, Not Power-Sharing, at Talks
10常速英语：Baltimore Wedding Expo Caters to Same-Sex Couples
11常速英语：Bottle Museum Showcases Centuries-Old Handmade Glass Bottles
12常速英语：British Researchers Develop Safer Encryption for Credit Cards
13常速英语：Bruce Springsteen Gives Old Favorites New Twist
14常速英语：California Center Helps Teens Escape Prostitution
15常速英语附字幕：California Drought Could Impact World Food Prices
16常速英语：California Event Brings Lunar New Year Festivities to Chinese Diaspora
17The California Supreme Court cleared the way last week for an undocumented immigrant named Sergio Garcia to be licensed as a lawyer. The ruling comes amid a national debate over illegal immigration, and gives hope to undocumented residents who entered the country as children.
18常速英语：Cambodia Tensions Escalate Amid Protest Ban
19常速英语：CAR Displaced Nearing One Million
20常速英语：CAR Emergency Food Supplies Very Low
21常速英语：Chinese Lunar Landing Prompts Debate About Moon Exploitation
22常速英语附字幕：Chinese Try Carpooling During Busy New Year Holiday
23常速英语：Coal Industry Blamed for West Virginia Chemical Spill
24常速英语：Craft Brewery Meets Changing Tastes
25常速英语附字幕：Curved Screens, Wearable Technology Dominate Consumer Electronic Show
26常速英语附字幕：Deal Emerges to Save Detroit Institute of Arts Collection
27常速英语：Detroit Showcases Dramatic Turnaround at Auto Show
28常速英语：DRC Civilians Face Extortion, Violence
29In January 1964, President Johnson was aware that almost one in every five Americans lived in poverty.
30常速英语：Fighting Blocks Aid to Thousands of South Sudan Displaced
31As French troops deploy alongside African counterparts to try to quell the religious violence in the Central African Republic, military analysts say a new strategic order is emerging in Europe. France is taking the lead in intervening in foreign conflicts, particularly in Africa - and British military chiefs have expressed fears that Britain has lost its nerve.
32常速英语附字幕：'Friends of Syria' to Meet in Paris Sunday
33The operation to remove and destroy Syria’s chemical weapons continues to be delayed by security problems and bad weather. Several countries have sent warships to escort the weapons offshore - but the shipments have yet to reach the Syrian coast. However, officials involved in the operation insist the overall operation is still on track.
34Space — the final frontier. Once the purview of cash-rich governments, launching rockets into space has become increasingly commonplace as demand for communications satellites and space-based imaging services grow. Today, space is a $200 billion a year industry, an example of how partnerships between government and the private sector are helping to lower costs — and in the process expand our understanding of the world.
35常速英语：Graffiti Becomes Political Weapon on Cairo Streets
36常速英语：Hong Kong to Destroy 30 Tons of Ivory
37常速英语：HRW Documents Ethnic Killings in S. Sudan
38常速英语：Illegal Ivory Trade Found in Burma Town
39常速英语：Immigrant Finds Success in Shoe Repair Business
40常速英语：Improving US Economy May Help President
41常速英语附字幕：In Thailand's North, Support for Ruling Party Remains Strong
42International efforts are intensifying to recover and identify items stolen by the Nazis during World War II, including paintings, ceramics, books and religious treasures. In Israel, a committee is pressing local museums to search their collections for artwork looted by the Nazis.
43常速英语：Kerry Cites Some Progress in Mideast Talks
44常速英语附字幕：Kerry Faces More Hurdles in Pursuit of Mideast Peace
45常速英语附字幕：Kerry Heads to Jerusalem, Ramallah for 'Framework' Talks on Mideast Peace
46The United States and the Vatican are consulting on ways to bring peace to Syria and solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Pope Francis is set to visit the Middle East in May. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met Tuesday with the new Secretary of State for the Holy See, Pietro Parolin.
47常速英语附字幕：Kerry Slams Syrian Efforts to Change Focus of Geneva Peace Talks
48常速英语：Kerry Talks of Iran, Syria at World Economic Forum
49常速英语：Long Term US Unemployed Face Difficult Year
50Malaysian authorities are slashing subsidies on fuel, natural gas and sugar in a bid to get government debt under control. As the steps take a hit on consumers’ finances, critics say authorities should instead target government waste and graft.
51常速英语附字幕：Mariachi Music Gains Popularity Across Ethnic Lines
52常速英语：Memphis Blues Competition Draws Performers from Around the World
53常速英语：Mini-Satellites to Help Predict Earth's Climate
54常速英语：Morsi Trial to Resume as Egypt Protests Grow
55常速英语附字幕：Motor City Mapping Project Takes Aim at Detroit Blight
56常速英语：Mounting Threats Against Sochi Olympics Worry Terrorism Experts
57常速英语附字幕：Musharraf: From Powerful Ruler to Prisoner
58常速英语：Nearly 80,000 South Sudanese Flee Country
59常速英语：New Film Explores Cambodia's Forgotten 1960s Rock Scene
60常速英语：New Jersey Gov. Christie Apologizes for Bridge Scandal
61常速英语：New York Sounds Live On in Old Recordings
62常速英语附字幕：Nigeria Arrests Gays Under Controversial New Law
63常速英语：Nigerian-American Turns Story of Harriet Tubman into Opera
64常速英语附字幕：NSA Spies on People With Internet and Fake Rocks
65常速英语附字幕：NYC Invests Heavily In Biotech Development
66常速英语：Obama Africa Policy Gaining Momentum
67常速英语：Obama Highlights Growing US Income Gap
68常速英语：Obama Looks for Political Comeback
69常速英语：Obama Promises Unilateral Action to Reduce Income Inequality
70常速英语附字幕：Obama Spying Changes Draw Cautious Praise
71常速英语：Obama to Urge Action on Economy in State of Union Speech
72常速英语：Oscar-Nominated Film 'The Square' Examines Egypt Uprising, Aftermath
73常速英语附字幕：Photos as Window on the World
74In many regions of the world, mosquitoes are a seasonal pest. In other regions, they carry serious diseases like malaria. The World Health Organization estimates that almost 630,000 people died of malaria-related causes in 2012, mostly in Sub-Saharan Africa. Now, a group of U.S.-based scientists is working to develop a more effective and less expensive mosquito repellent than currently in use.
75常速英语附字幕：Protests Spread in Ukraine Despite Bitter Cold
76常速英语：Relieving Pain and Suffering for Millions
77常速英语：Remembering Pete Seeger
78常速英语：Report: Freedom Declined Worldwide in 2013
79常速英语：Researchers: Birds Know Flying in V-Formation is Energy-Efficient
80常速英语：Restored Friendship Bell Rings Again in Los Angeles
81常速英语附字幕：Returning US Lawmakers Face Debt Ceiling, Immigration Challenges
82常速英语附字幕：Rival Rebel Groups Battle in Syria
83常速英语：Rodman Makes Controversial Remarks on Trip to North Korea
84常速英语附字幕：Rodman Visit to North Korea Sparks Strong Reactions
85常速英语附字幕：S. Sudan’s Displaced: Running from Violence, Longing for Peace
86常速英语：Safe House Provided Security for Martin Luther King During 1963 Campaign
87常速英语：Sex Matters for Sleeping Sickness Microbes
88常速英语：Silk Road Ensemble Celebrates Cultural Harmony
89常速英语：Slew of New Products Unveiled at Consumer Electronics Show
90常速英语：‘Smart’ Spoon Allows Parkinson's Sufferers to Feed Themselves
91常速英语：Smithsonian Artist Brings Faces from Past to Life
92常速英语：Snowstorm Is First Big Test for NYC's New Mayor
93常速英语：Some African Countries Pushing for Tougher Anti-Gay Laws
94常速英语：Some Food Aid Arrives in Bangui
95常速英语附字幕：Songs Against Slavery Used as Tool for Abolition
962013 was a very bad year for South African rhinos with almost 1,000 animals killed for their horns. That death toll is 50 percent higher than in 2012 - despite a more concerted international fight against poaching and an international trade ban that has been in place for decades.
97常速英语附字幕：South Africa Game Parks Wage New Battles Against Poachers
98常速英语：South Sudanese Seeking Safety as Fighting Rages
99常速英语附字幕：Street Artists Create Huge Murals
100常速英语附字幕：Study: Warmer World Will Produce Fewer Clouds
101An explosion of bloodshed continues in the Middle East as the civil war in Syria spreads violence and extremism to neighboring countries. Sectarian rivalries are fueling instability and radical Islamist militants are battling for influence and territory across the region.
102常速英语附字幕：Teen Pop Star Bieber Arrested for Drunk Driving, Resisting Arrest
103The U.S. space agency, NASA, is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Mars Exploration Rover Mission (MER), which began with the arrival of its robotic vehicles Spirit and Opportunity on the red planet in 2004. The anniversary event, held at the National Air and Space Museum, in Washington, featured a panel of NASA scientists discussing the achievements of the vehicles that have landed on Mars so far, and the future plans for exploring the planet.
104常速英语：Thai Protesters Undeterred by Election Plan
105The Thai government led by Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is pressing ahead with nationwide elections on February 2, despite a boycott by the main opposition Democrat Party. Street protests are expected to increase as demonstrators demand the polls be delayed.
106常速英语：Thailand Election Uncertain as US Decries Vote-Blocking
107If there is one person whose work created a ripple effect that is changing the world, it was the ninth surgeon general of the United States. Fifty years ago this month, he issued a report that linked cigarette smoking to lung cancer and heart disease.
108常速英语：Top 5 Countdown for Week Ending Jan. 18
109常速英语：Top 5 Songs for Week Ending Jan. 25
110常速英语：Top 5 Songs for Week Ending January 11
111常速英语：UN Approves European Troop Deployment to CAR
112常速英语：UN Labor Agency Says Global Recovery Not Helping Unemployed
113常速英语附字幕：US and China May Cooperate in Space Exploration
114常速英语：US Businesses More Optimistic in 2014, but Hiring Challenges Remain
115常速英语：US Cautiously Helps Iraq Fight Militants
116President Barack Obama and his advisers are keeping a close watch on Iraq, where government forces are confronting al-Qaida-linked militants. Washington is sending surveillance drones and missiles and is urging Iraq's Shiite-dominated government and Sunni tribal leaders to unite against the militants. However, analysts think the U.S. has few options.
117常速英语：US Folk Singer, Political Activist Pete Seeger Dies
118常速英语：US Honors Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.
119常速英语附字幕：US Lawmakers Call for Surveillance Reforms
120常速英语：US Military Refocus on Pacific a Work in Progress
121常速英语：US Obtains 'Proof of Life' Video of Soldier Captured in Afghanistan
122常速英语：US, Pakistan Work to Improve Counter-Terror Cooperation
123常速英语附字幕：US, Pakistan Work to Mend Strained Relations
124常速英语附字幕：US Phone Companies Fight Possible Changes In Data Collection
125常速英语附字幕：US Prepares Contingency Plans For Sochi Olympics
126The United States is raising the pressure on Afghanistan's leader Hamid Karzai to sign a bilateral security agreement that would allow more than 8,000 U.S. troops to stay beyond the end of the year. The U.S. is again threatening a full withdrawal if Karzai does not sign the deal.
127A standoff between Libya’s central government and militias who control oil fields threatens to escalate into conflict, after the rebels said they would sell oil directly to the world market despite a government ban. Militias in the east and south are demanding autonomy, threatening to derail Libya’s path to stability following the overthrow of Muammar Gadhafi in 2011. The lawlessness is feeding violence across the country.
128常速英语附字幕：Votes Cast, Egyptians Abroad Wait for Referendum Results
129常速英语：Washington Auto Show Highlights New Technologies
130常速英语：Washington Gearing Up for Obama's State of the Union Speech
131Whether to restart jobless checks for America’s long-term unemployed will remain the focus of Senate debate this week. Benefits for more than a million people expired in December, coinciding with a dramatic slowing of U.S. job creation.
132The U.S. Congress gets back to work this week after a holiday break. Whether to restore jobless benefits for more than one million long-term unemployed Americans will be among the first items considered in the Democratic-led Senate.
133常速英语附字幕：Washington Week: Lawmakers React to US Intelligence Reforms
134常速英语：West Prepares to Ease Iran Sanctions
135For the fifth consecutive day, 300,000 residents in and around the U.S. city of Charleston, West Virginia, have been left without access to clean water, after a chemical spill contaminated the Elk River. Schools and businesses remain closed as a result of the spill, which has stained the area’s water blue-green and made it smell like licorice.
136In the U.S. state of West Virginia, a major chemical spill that contaminated a river supplying water to hundreds of thousands of people is slowly dissipating. Officials say the water restrictions have been lifted in some areas near the state capital of Charleston. But in some rural towns people still cannot drink the local water.
137常速英语：WFP Aims to Help 400,000 Displaced in South Sudan
138常速英语：Whale Sightings Break Record in Southern California
139The global recovery is gaining momentum according to new projections by the World Bank. But unlike previous years, the World Bank says growth in 2014 is likely to be driven in large part by high income countries.
140常速英语附字幕：World Bank: US Economic Growth Speeding Up