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Black Mambas take a bite out of wildlife poaching

The women of South Africa's Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit have reduced rhino poaching in their reserve and are protecting other irreplaceable wildlife.
Girls reviewing book (© AP Images)

An investment that benefits everyone

An investment in girls is an investment in society, one that pays real social and economic dividends to everyone.

10 U.S. winter wonderlands

Breathtaking, snowy winter views like the ones captured here appeal to cold-weather lovers. Look to see which of these destinations may be right for you.

The best White House photos of 2015

White House photographers captured many highlights of the first family's trips and events during 2015.

What do Emma Watson, King Abdullah II and Penelope Cruz have...

Celebrities and International students share memorable learning experiences while studying in the U.S.

Nearly 1 million international students come to the U.S. What do...

The 2015 Open Doors report lets you see what international students' interests are when they enroll in U.S. schools.

What is a U.S. college like for a student with a...

Learn what the U.S. college experience is like from a person with disabilities. Join the discussion with leaders and advocacy groups on Nov. 19.

Thinking about studying in the U.S.?

Want to study in the U.S.? Log in to a November 18 live, virtual college fair to get all the information you need. Register at http://goo.gl/eumgGv

These women pull no punches

Yasmian Al-Sharshani, Carla Bustamante, Caroline Maher and Batoul Arnaout are working to change the face of sports in their countries.