Lenore T. Adkins
Learn how the U.S. government has spent the last four decades responding to international pandemics and supporting people in the affected countries.
Super Tuesday voters and election workers in the state of Virginia weigh in on one of the foundations of American democracy: voting.
Learn about the African-American women who, during World War I and its aftermath, supported black American soldiers stationed in France.
Learn about Josiah Henson, who escorted 118 enslaved people to freedom and whose life story inspired Harriet Beecher Stowe to write "Uncle Tom's Cabin."
Americans interact most with local governments, which provide services from public safety to school standards. This is part of a series on U.S. federalism.
America's 50 states are known as “laboratories of democracy” because they try policy ideas often adopted elsewhere. This is part of a series on federalism.
Learn more about the federal government in the United States. This article is part of a three-part series on how federalism works in America.
Learn what the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention does to help keep people healthy around the world, especially in light of a new coronavirus.
USAID has snapped into action to support the Philippines in the wake of the eruption of a volcano that's displaced more than 100,000 people.