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Antony Blinken (right) and person with laptops sitting at conference table, with TV screen on wall (State Dept./Freddie Everett)

In Yemen, U.S. seeks peace, provides humanitarian aid

The U.S. has pledged an additional $191 million in humanitarian aid to help the people of Yemen and is committed to efforts to end the war.
Headshots of 12 men and women in two rows (State Dept.)

Honoring corruption fighters around the world

The U.S. is honoring a dozen people for fighting corruption. Read about the recipients of the inaugural International Anticorruption Champions Award.
Color-coded map showing Earth's temperatures (NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio/Lori Perkins/Kathryn Mersmann)

How NASA fights climate change from space

NASA's satellites and other precise measuring tools are informing the U.S. government's renewed effort to fight climate change.
President Biden standing behind lectern next to screen showing Justin Trudeau (© Evan Vucci/AP Images)

U.S. and Canada: Strong partners, shared values

The leaders of the United States and Canada are bolstering their nations' partnership with a focus on fighting climate change and ending the pandemic.
Large crowd filling street (© AP Images)

Condemning violence, nations call for democracy in Burma

The United States and a growing number of nations are condemning the military coup in Burma and supporting the rights of peaceful protesters.
Joe Biden speaking into microphones (© Patrick Semansky/AP Images)

Biden: U.S. will work with democratic partners

The United States is committed to working with partners and allies to support democratic values and tackle global challenges.
Woman in mask receiving vaccination (© Thanassis Stavrakis/AP Images)

U.S. supports global COVID-19 response efforts

The United States is working with the international community to expand the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines around the world.
Satellite hovering over Earth (© Lockheed Martin)

America advances GPS with new satellites

The U.S. is upgrading its GPS network with stronger satellites. GPS enables location tracking for planes, phones and critical infrastructure.
Seorang wanita berdiri di tengah-tengah banyak tabung (© Robert W. Kelley/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

Honoring America’s ‘First Lady of Physics’

The U.S. Postal Service is issuing a stamp in honor of researcher Chien-Shiung Wu, a Chinese immigrant who became America's “First Lady of Physics."