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World leaders declare support for Juan Guaidó [video]

Around the world, more than 50 countries have joined the United States in recognizing the legitimacy of interim President Juan Guaidó of Venezuela.
Juan Guaidó in crowd of people (© Fernando Llano/AP Images)

More than 50 countries support Venezuela’s Juan Guaidó [infographic]

The governments of countries around the world are formally recognizing Juan Guaidó as the interim president of Venezuela.
Illustration of Martin Luther King Jr. above street sign bearing his name (State Dept./D. Thompson)

Where streets have one name: Martin Luther King Jr.

February is Black History Month. Learn what inspired dozens of countries to name thousands of streets after Martin Luther King Jr.
Three Venezuelan men sitting on the grass (Alison Harding/USAID/OFDA)

Venezuelan ‘walkers’ flee crisis one step at a time

Meet three Venezuelans embarking on a journey walking across Colombia as they flee the political and economic crisis in their home country.
Color illustration of White House (Shutterstock)

Test your knowledge of U.S. presidents [quiz]

Every February, Americans honor their presidents. Take our quiz to see how much you know about U.S. presidents. Share your results!
Two small children looking at bowl of food (© Eraldo Peres/AP Images)video

The plight of Venezuelan children [video]

Due to the corruption and mismanagement of Maduro and his cronies, the children of Venezuela have suffered and starved over the past several years.
Aid workers unloading boxes of supplies from palettes (U.S. Embassy Bogotá)video

Working to deliver aid to Venezuela [video]

The first shipment of relief supplies from the United States for the people of Venezuela arrived in Cúcuta, Colombia. See more in this video.
Silhouette of oil well in Venezuela (© Fernando Llano/AP Images)video

Corruption in Venezuela [video]

Learn how U.S. sanctions against the regime of Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro aim to help Venezuela's people restore democratic governance.
Illustration of people opening door on side of large copyright symbol (State Dept./D. Thompson)

What does it mean when copyrighted works become free?

Copyrighted works dating back to 1923 have now entered the public domain. That's important news for teachers, theater groups and others.