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Turkish American women tackle the challenges of government

Turkish Americans proudly serve in the U.S. government, part of the diverse community that makes U.S. foreign policy so strong.
Adult hands pressing metal device against child's arm (USAID)

USAID and vaccines: Helping save 9.3 million children in the last...

The United States has sought to protect people around the world from disease. Learn more about USAID's global immunization efforts.
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What is Arctic diplomacy and why does it matter?

The U.S. is working with partners on the Arctic Council to address climate change and the changing environment in the Arctic region.
Proposed U.S. coin designs showing Sally Ride and Maya Angelou (U.S. Mint)

New U.S. coins will honor heroic American women

The U.S. Mint will begin honoring notable American women on currency in 2022. Find out more about two women selected to appear on U.S. quarters.
Woman speaking into microphone with photos of vegetables and fruits beside her (© Risdon Photography)

Growing the global economy at the 2021 SelectUSA Investment Summit

At the virtual 2021 SelectUSA Investment Summit, global investors will meet with U.S. state and local officials to discuss growing the world's economy.
Crowd waving flags in front of large building. (© Jacquelyn Martin/AP Images)

Love is love: How same-sex marriage became a right in the...

The U.S. Supreme Court decision ensuring a nationwide right to same-sex marriage was a major milestone on the path to equal rights for LGBTQI+ Americans.
Women and children walking past heavily damaged mosque and rubble (© Felipe Dana/AP Images)

The United States and UAE partner against ISIS propaganda

The Sawab Center, a joint U.S.-UAE social media and content creation hub, is fighting ISIS propaganda online.
Woman getting vaccinated while others wait (© Rajanish Kakade/AP Images)

United States announces worldwide vaccine donations

The United States announced that it will be donating 25 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to COVAX and directly to countries facing pandemic crises.
Two people holding hands with rainbow colors superimposed (State Dept.)video

U.S. protects the rights of LGBTQI+ people [video]

The U.S. is committed to promoting human rights and fundamental freedoms for the LGBTQI+ community and all people. Learn more with this video.