From local governments to Congress and the Office of the Vice President, Americans of Asian descent are making their mark in U.S. politics.
A government that looks like America is a Biden administration priority — and new data shows this is the most diverse government in America’s history.
A memorial at the U.S. Department of State is gaining 71 new names of those who died serving on diplomatic missions. Learn about some of these heroes.
Katherine C. Tai was recently sworn in as the 19th U.S. trade representative. Learn more about her and her priorities here.
First lady Jill Biden and second gentleman Douglas Emhoff are not the first educators to take on ceremonial White House roles.
Ambassador Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley will be the U.S. Department of State's first chief diversity and inclusion officer. Learn more here.
Being asked by the president to represent America as ambassador to another nation is the job and honor of a lifetime. Learn how one becomes an ambassador.
Learn more about the life of Barbara Watson, who rose through the ranks at the State Department and broke new ground for women and Black diplomats.
An open government is vital to democracy. Learn how the U.S. government ensures the public has access to information supporting its decisions.