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Soldier with mask directing traffic (U.S. Army National Guard/Specialist Michael Schwenk)

America’s ‘citizen soldiers’ aid coronavirus fight

The National Guard is helping states respond to the deadly new coronavirus. Learn the many ways Guard troops are protecting Americans during the outbreak.
Hands holding syringe and vial (© Shutterstock)

U.S. scientists work tirelessly on coronavirus vaccines

Work is underway on treatments and a vaccine to combat the new coronavirus. See how U.S. innovators are fighting to keep Americans and the world safe.
Pence standing at lectern, with others behind him, and quote by Pence (Photo: White House/Andrea Hanks. Graphic: State Dept.)

Coronavirus: U.S. in action

U.S. government agencies, businesses and others are acting to stop the spread of coronavirus. Learn more about these lifesaving partnerships.
People lying in beds and others standing by them (© Xiong Qi/Xinhua/Getty)

U.S. commits millions to combat coronavirus

The U.S. government is donating millions to fight the new coronavirus. Learn how the money will support global efforts to prevent new infections.
Illustration showing EKG and heart (© Shutterstock)

Using artificial intelligence to help fight heart disease

U.S. companies are using artificial intelligence to improve medical care. Learn how new software will lead to early detection of heart disease.
One worker standing and one worker sitting in vehicle near boxes and airplane (© UPS)

Coronavirus aid from U.S. groups arrives in China

Aid groups have sent protective gear and other medical supplies to help those responding to the coronavirus outbreak in China.
Woman standing in field with goats (© Khalil Hamra/AP Images)

Piping affordable energy to Egypt from Israel

Insured by a U.S. government agency, a Texas company is helping to refurbish a natural gas pipeline that will boost Egypt's economy and bring new jobs.
Jasmin Moghbeli posing for photo (Bill Ingalls/NASA)

Iranian Americans excel in space and at sea

Iranian Americans whose families fled Iran's 1979 revolution have achieved remarkable success in the U.S. See what new jobs they are tackling now.
Man talking to men and women in a field (USDA Foreign Agricultural Service)

Satellites protect farms in the U.S. and Panama

Storms or drought can cost Panamanian rice farmers a season's work. See how the U.S. is helping Panama to use satellite data to protect its farmers.