More than 3 million Venezuelans have been displaced from their country and forced to seek refuge in neighboring countries.
The U.S., the single-largest contributor to ongoing efforts in the fight against Ebola, calls on international partners to increase assistance.
The Kentucky native brings diplomatic, business and philanthropic experience to a critical and high-profile State Department post.
Associates of Nicolás Maduro used a subsidized-food program for personal enrichment, to reward political supporters and punish opponents.
Learn the truth about U.S. sanctions on the Iranian regime. Food, medicine, and humanitarian aid do not fall under U.S. sanctions.
The first International Religious Freedom Awards were presented to activists from Brazil, Cyprus, Iraq, Nigeria and Sudan.
The U.S. welcomed Iran's men's volleyball team to a championship tournament in Chicago, and Iranian-American fans turned out in force.
The Maduro regime's corruption and mismanagement have hurt the Venezuelan people far more than any international sanctions.
Survivors of religious persecution shared their stories at the State Department's second annual Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom in Washington.