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Trucks and military personnel in desert with military aircraft taking off overhead (U.S. Army/Private First Class Clara Soria-Hernandez)

U.S. helping African partners fight terrorism

Exercise Flintlock is part of the United States’ long-standing commitment to promoting good governance, security and economic growth in Africa.
Wildflowers on mountainside (NPS/James Pfeiffenberger)

Five national parks to visit virtually

Can't travel to these five national parks right now? Through a National Park Service partnership with Google, anyone can enjoy nature from their home.
Person in face mask looking at test tube (Sven Hoppe/picture alliance via Getty Images)

America’s Fortune 500 take on COVID-19

These large U.S. companies are donating hundreds of millions of dollars to help coronavirus relief efforts around the world.
Michael R. Pompeo speaking at lectern (© Andrew Harnik/AP Images)

Restoring free and fair elections in Venezuela

The United States released a new framework for democracy in Venezuela with the possibility of lifting sanctions once progress toward full democracy is made.
Illustration showing talking bubbles connected to map of United States (State Dept./D. Thompson)

To count everyone, U.S. census is in many languages

The United States' 2020 census is being offered in numerous languages other than English. See how the Census Bureau is ensuring everyone is counted.
Ship sailing past Statue of Liberty (© Mike Segar/Reuters)

Floating hospitals support U.S. cities fighting coronavirus

The U.S. Navy's floating hospital ships are supporting Americans and joining the fight against COVID-19 by deploying to California and New York.
Image of man in suit, with earpiece, holding sheet of paper and speaking into microphone (State Dept./D. Thompson)

Chinese media: Press or propagandists?

The State Department recently designated five Chinese state-run media organizations as foreign missions, recognizing that they are controlled by the CCP.
Two women walking in front of closed shops in Iran (© Fatemeh Bahrami/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

Iran’s regime refuses virus aid, slighting its people

Iran's regime blames outsiders for medical shortages despite offers of aid. Learn more about the regime's disinformation during the coronavirus outbreak.
Graphic of people by truck with U.S. flag delivering aid packages (Images: © Shutterstock | Graphic: State Dept.)

Hundreds of millions in U.S. foreign aid to combat COVID-19

The U.S. is the world's leader in humanitarian assistance. See how U.S. funding is strengthening countries' responses to the new coronavirus.