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A nanoscientist bonds with women in Africa over STEM

An American scientist has traveled to Egypt and Kenya to champion science to women and girls and hosted female scientists from South Africa and Tunisia.
Two seated men talking (© Rodrigo Garrido/Reuters)

Pompeo: Many countries are following Chile’s example [infographic]

Once under a military dictatorship, Chile made a peaceful transition to democracy and embraced free markets and capitalism. Today, Chile is thriving.
Mike Pompeo and Colombia President Iván Duque walking with an entourage (© Rafael Hernandez/dpa picture alliance/Getty Images)

Pompeo in Cúcuta: ‘Mr. Maduro, open these bridges’

Secretary Pompeo’s stop in Cúcuta, Colombia, a major transit point for Venezuelans fleeing the crisis at home, caps a tour of four South American countries.
Notre Dame cathedral in flames (© Francois Guillot/AFP/Getty Images)

As Notre Dame burns, White House sends words of comfort to...

As the fire continued to burn at Notre Dame, White House officials shared their sorrow with the people of France.
Man on a skateboard walking his dog in the street (© Chris Carlson/AP Images)

Learn how air quality improved in these cities

Three large U.S. cities have used new technology and environmentally friendly policies to help their residents breathe easier.
John J. Sullivan (right) talking with Craig Faller (Jose Ruiz/U.S. Southern Command Public Affairs)

State Department official lauds U.S.-Caribbean preparation for disasters

Deputy Secretary of State John J. Sullivan says U.S.-Caribbean partnership builds resilience in the face of natural disasters and other challenges.
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera shaking hands with Mike Pompeo (© Martin Bernetti/AFP/Getty Images)

Pompeo underscores partnerships on South America trip

Secretary Pompeo urges U.S. allies to seize a historic opportunity for freedom, peace and prosperity in the Western Hemisphere.
Gate topped with barbed wire, open slightly to barren concrete-covered space (State Dept.)video

The effect of maximum pressure by U.S. on Iran’s regime [video]

U.S. sanctions have deprived Iran's regime of billions of dollars that would otherwise have been used to fund wars and sow terror in the region.
South Korean and U.S. flags spread out among a large gathering of people (© Ahn Young-joon/AP Images)

Timeline of U.S.-South Korean relations

The U.S. led the U.N. coalition that stopped North Korea's invasion of South Korea in 1950 and helps defend it today while working on denuclearization.