M. Scott Bortot


Who needs gasoline? Hydrogen fuel-cell buses are the way to go...

Buses can contribute to urban smog, but thanks to new hydrogen fuel-cell technology they also might be the perfect vehicles to reduce air pollution.

Millions resettled: New lives for refugees in the U.S.

Since Congress passed the Refugee Act of 1980, the U.S. has resettled nearly 3 million victims of violence and persecution.

Former Miss Jordan takes aim at terrorists online

What’s sure to be one of Daesh’s (ISIS, ISIL) worst nightmares is coming true: A woman is blunting the terrorists’ online messaging and recruiting efforts.

‘Daesh is stealing your antiquities’

Artifacts stolen by Daesh terrorists are back in Iraq where they belong.

White House iftar honors shared values

Ramadan Kareem! President Obama honored the contributions of Muslims in the United States and around the world at the 2015 White House Iftar.

Iraqis get more help to combat Daesh

President Obama authorized deployment of additional advisers to build the capacity of Iraqi forces to battle Daesh in Anbar province.

G7 countries united on keeping nuclear weapons from Iran

The G7 Leaders’ Declaration supports efforts to reach a comprehensive solution by June 30 that ensures Iran does not acquire a nuclear weapon.

Obama confident in coalition’s fight against Daesh

Political inclusion in Iraq remains as important as the military component to fight Daesh (ISIS, ISIL) terrorists, President Obama says.

Violence in Iraq means millions need help

The campaign of terror by Daesh (ISIS, ISIL) in Iraq has displaced more than 2.8 million people, causing a humanitarian emergency.