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U.S. sends COVID-19 vaccines worldwide [rolling updates]

The United States is donating billions in COVID-19 vaccine doses, funding for COVAX and medical supplies to countries all over the world.
Men tying down plastic sheeting next to farm equipment in field (© Mark Schiefelbein/AP Images)

U.S. helps businesses avoid Xinjiang forced labor

The U.S. government is redoubling efforts to help businesses ensure they do not aid PRC forced labor in Xinjiang. Read this story to learn more.
Joe Biden speaking at lectern with G7 logo behind him and four flags to the side (© Patrick Semansky/AP Images)

Major democracies launch values-based infrastructure partnership

The Build Back Better World Partnership, announced at the G7, will support billions in sustainable, transparent infrastructure investment around the world.
'Welcome to Greensburg, Kansas,' sign next to two wind turbines (© Charlie Riedel/AP Images)

U.S. governments large and small go green

From Greensburg, Kansas, to New York City, all forms of local, state and federal U.S. governments are going green. Learn more here.
Two people playing chess while seated as group of people stand and watch (© Album/Alamy)

Why is the game of chess on fire in America?

Thanks to a combination of a hit Netflix limited series and the pandemic, chess surged in popularity among Americans during the past year.
Officials in masks standing in front of two flags and Operation Trojan Shield logo projected on screen ( Denis Poroy/AP Images)

U.S. law enforcement works with counterparts worldwide

U.S. officials and law enforcement professionals work closely with their overseas counterparts to make the world safer. Learn why these partnerships matter.
Андрес Мануэль Лопес Обрадор и Камала Харрис жестикулируют у стола с маленькими флагами США и Мексики (© Jacquelyn Martin/AP Images)

U.S. works with Mexico to strengthen border security

The United States and Mexico are working together to increase the U.S.-Mexico border's security and to deter human smugglers.
People in urban area with commercial signs and security cameras (© Ng Han Guan/AP Images)

U.S. seeks to block Chinese government surveillance

The U.S. is seeking to block funds from flowing to surveillance firms in the People's Republic of China that support the regime's Uyghur repression.
Washington Monument and U.S. Capitol at sunrise (© Carolyn Kaster/AP Images)

How does the U.S. census affect Congress?

The United States uses the census every 10 years to determine how the seats in the U.S. House of Representatives will be divided among the states.