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Woman about to inject vaccine into a child's upper arm (© Ary Silva/PAHO/WHO)

Eradicated diseases return amid Venezuela’s crisis

Venezuela's economic collapse has left its people vulnerable to once eradicated diseases that could spread across the Americas.
Patrons using sign language in bar (State Dept./D.A. Peterson)

Sign-language-friendly businesses take off

A growing number of deaf-friendly and signing-first businesses — which use sign language as their primary form of communication — are opening in the U.S.
Soldiers clearing a room (U.S. Army/Sergeant 1st Class Mary S. Katzenberger)

U.S., African and allied partners train to battle terrorism

The 2019 Flintlock counterterrorism exercise, sponsored by the U.S., is taking place in Burkina Faso with partner countries from Africa and elsewhere.
Venezuelan flag in a sea of protestors (© Rafael Hernandez/dpa picture alliance/Getty Images)

Venezuelan youth march for humanitarian aid

Venezuelans are in desperate need of humanitarian aid being held at the Colombian border by cronies of former dictator Nicolás Maduro.
Rescue workers preparing humanitarian aid for Venezuelans (© Fernando Vergara/AP Images)

The world steps up to help Venezuelans

The world has pledged more than $100 million in humanitarian aid to Venezuela. On February 14, the interim government gathered donors to discuss the crisis.
Mike Pompeo standing next to a statue of Ronald Reagan in Budapest (© Attila Kisbenedek/AFP/Getty Images)

Pompeo celebrates Hungary’s sovereignty

Secretary Pompeo spoke about shared threats to political and economic independence for the U.S. and Europe during his visit to Budapest on February 11.
Five female astronaut candidates (NASA)

5 future astronauts (and a teacher) you need to know

On February 11, celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Meet some women NASA is preparing to be the future of STEM and space.
Worker wearing gloves handling a box of vials (© Carolyn Kaster/AP Images)

Working toward beating the flu with a universal vaccine

In a single shot, a universal vaccine could protect patients for their lifetime from multiple existing or future strains of influenza virus.
People standing on and near partially constructed building under steel frame (© Shutterstock)

The BUILD Act makes room for fair deals

In 2019, a new government agency will open an untapped pipeline for investment from the U.S. private sector to low- and middle-income countries.