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This teacher in India could win $1 million. If she does,...

Bijal Damani was a marketing manager earning good money when she decided to quit her job and begin anew as an economics teacher. But...

Black America’s capital theater

If a single building could ever tell a story of the black urban experience in the U.S., it is the Howard Theatre in Washington. In...

This teacher in Mexico, who has the heart of a poet,...

Elisa Guerra Cruz never planned to become a teacher. After winning a statewide poetry competition, she dreamed about being a writer. But life got in...

Building better ties through trade

The United States is eager to improve connections among producers and consumers in the United States and East Asia to benefit all trading partners. That...

Rhyming like a girl, Toni Blackman is a hip-hop diplomat

Toni Blackman does it all. She’s a New York hip-hop artist, educator and writer, collaborating with rabbis, bishops and imams to meld the worlds...

Inspired to action: A new generation celebrates black history

Young Americans are the most diverse generation in U.S. history. As they work to change their world, they look to the civil rights heroes who came before.

On Ukraine, terrorism and climate change, U.S. and EU agree

Ukraine topped the agenda in a January 21 meeting between top diplomats from the United States and the European Union. “Today, we reviewed the alarming...

Photo journey of the growing partnership between the U.S. and India

President Obama’s second visit to India signifies America’s transformational relationship with one of the world’s great civilizations. During the president’s first trip to India...
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Iran talks need more time, not more sanctions

The United States and its allies are committed to maintaining pressure on Iran as negotiations to constrain its nuclear ambitions continue, top U.S. officials...