The U.S. government and major U.S. retailers are planning to help workers in Asia recover from the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Badye and Hella Ladhari were locally employed U.S. Embassy staff members in Tunis when violent protests threatened the embassy September 14, 2012.
The legitimate interim government of Venezuela has helped over 62,000 health care workers receive a living wage during the pandemic.
Beijing's crackdown on democracy continues with the disqualification of several pro-democracy lawmakers from the Hong Kong legislature.
Human rights groups are calling for an independent inquiry into violence against Iranian protesters. Read more about calls for transparency in Iran.
This gallery of photographs showing how Americans help one another during the coronavirus crisis is a testimony of U.S. volunteerism in times of hardship.
World AIDS Day is a time to redouble efforts to eradicate the disease and HIV. Learn how the U.S. is attacking them on multiple fronts.
The State Department's International Visitor Leadership Program is celebrating 80 years of bringing leaders from around the world to the U.S.
The People's Republic of China’s One Belt, One Road initiative is destroying habitats and threatening endangered species, according to conservationists.