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Global humanitarian aid has never been more important [video]

More than 168 million people need humanitarian assistance and protection. Together, we can ensure the most vulnerable people receive the aid they need.
Female cadet throwing cap into air along with many others (Courtesy of Sue Fulton)

First women graduated from U.S. military colleges 40 years ago

A law signed in 1975 allowed women to enter the previously all-male military academies. In 1980, the first women graduated.
Five men and a woman standing around a table, with flags in background (© Charly Triballeau/AP Images)

U.S. advances freedoms, sovereignty in the Indo-Pacific

The U.S. and its partners are backing a free and open Indo-Pacific, while the Chinese Communist Party bullies its neighbors in the region.
Walter Mondale and Robert Dole at lecterns (© AP Images)

What do U.S. vice presidents do?

The role of the U.S. vice president was the butt of jokes in earlier times, but the job has evolved to bestow more power and carry more importance.
Person rubbing shoe on picture of Bashar al-Assad (© Muhammad al-Rifai/NurPhoto/Getty Images)

U.S. sanctions supporters of Assad’s brutal regime

Bashar al-Assad's brutal regime has killed civilians in numerous Syrian towns. Learn how U.S. sanctions seek to end the violence.
Michael Pompeo standing at a lectern giving a speech (State Dept./Ron Przysucha)

In Rome, Pompeo salutes defenders of religious freedom

Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo urges religious leaders to defend those who are forbidden from practicing their faith by authoritarian regimes.
Two men wearing masks and tapping arms (© Aris Messinis/AP Images)

Pompeo: U.S. and Greece celebrate strong alliance

Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo visited Thessaloniki and Crete in Greece to support many U.S.-Greece partnerships for the future.
Image of computer mouse sitting on top of Iranian flag (© Shutterstock)

U.S. targets Iranian regime’s global cyberattacks

Hackers working for the Iranian regime have targeted entities worldwide, stealing information and monitoring Iranian citizens.
Rohingya men praying (© Oviyandi Emnur/Barcroft Media/Getty Images)

Ambassador Brownback: Religious persecution remains a persistent problem

Many people around the world are not allowed to worship freely. Learn more about U.S. leadership in protecting religious freedom globally.