M. Scott Bortot
What do Nelson Mandela, George Washington and Roman consul Cincinnatus have in common? Each walked away from political power.
Aid for Syrian refugees doesn't just come from the government. These organizations are providing food, medical care, educational tools and hope.
Clownfish, just like the star of “Finding Nemo,” may soon be listed as endangered because of the environmental damage being inflicted on our oceans.
For Egyptian-American musician Raef Haggag, faith and patriotism go hand in hand; his belief fueled a musical project that is bringing him renown.
Entrepreneurship is flourishing in the Middle East, where nearly half the population is under 25 and youth unemployment hovers around 30 percent.
Global partners who believe in the power of Egyptian entrepreneurship have helped startups, such as e-waste recycler RecycloBekia, overcome challenges.
Cities across the globe should help each other make use of the tools available to protect their citizens, Secretary of State John Kerry says.
Advocate and volunteer Nadia Ibrahim has been reaching out to her community and regions in the Middle East for disability rights.
Let Girls Learn, an initiative involving the Peace Corps and local communities, aims to expand access to education for girls around the world.