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Scientists find mysterious whale is a species all its own

U.S. scientists have determined that a critically endangered whale is actually a new species. Learn more about the discovery of Rice's whale.
Woman wearing glasses and blue mask (© ASU Luminosity Lab)

The U.S. fights coronavirus worldwide [rolling updates]

See the many ways that the U.S. government, businesses and private citizens are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic around the world.
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U.S. supports climate change action at Jaipur Literature Festival

The U.S. Embassy in New Delhi sponsored a session on Jonathan Safran Foer's latest book about climate change at this year's Jaipur Literature Festival.
Formation of people in military uniforms standing by wall with Yudh Abhyas banner (U.S. Army/Staff Sgt. Joseph Tolliver)

U.S. and India stand ready to aid and defend

India and the U.S. participated in the joint training exercise Yudh Abhyas in India. Learn how the countries are securing the Indo-Pacific region.
President Kennedy and Helen Eugenie Moore Anderson smiling and sitting in chairs (© Gibson Moss/Alamy)

Meet 6 women pioneers of American diplomacy

For Women's History Month, we salute these trailblazers who gave women in the United States a voice on the world's diplomatic stage.
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America supports businesswomen worldwide

The U.S. is empowering women worldwide through loans that help women grow their businesses or buy a first home. Learn more about this vital support.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaking while sitting at table with U.S. and Mexican flags in background (© Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP Images)

Blinken’s first trip reaffirms relationships with Canada and Mexico

Secretary of State Antony Blinken reaffirmed the United States' relationships with its northern and southern neighbors during his first virtual trip.
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Exchange students discover diplomacy through virtual simulations

The State Department's National Museum of American Diplomacy is using online simulations to teach students worldwide how diplomacy works.
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Free speech: Protecting citizens’ voices advances societies

While many countries punish citizens for expressing their views, the United States protects freedom of speech as vital to democracy.