Kim Jong Un and President Trump shaking hands in front of U.S. and North Korean flags (© Evan Vucci/AP Images)

Historic U.S.–North Korea summit

President Trump met North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on June 12 in Singapore. Check out our coverage here.
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Reflections on the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, Israel...

Experience the excitement of the dedication ceremony for the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, Israel — one piece of the historic partnership between the United States and Israel.
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From fireside chats to Twitter, presidents speak to the people

From "fireside chats" on the radio to Twitter, presidents going back a century have adopted the latest technologies to communicate with the American people.
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She leads the U.S. fight against HIV/AIDS

Learn what inspires and motivates the head of PEPFAR, one of the most effective U.S. foreign assistance programs in history.
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Shareable facts on the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, Israel

Download these shareable graphics about the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, Israel.
Flowers in the shape of the U.S. flag beside a road (© Ariel Schalit/AP Images)

With embassy move to Jerusalem, Israel, Trump fulfills promise

On Israel's 70th anniversary, President Trump fulfills a promise two decades in the making by opening a U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, Israel.
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U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, Israel: A promise kept [video]

The U.S. marks Israel's 70th anniversary by delivering on a promise the U.S. Congress made in 1995: moving the U.S. Embassy to Israel’s capital city of Jerusalem.
Melania Trump standing in front of a banner that reads 'Be Best.' (© Andrew Harnik/AP Images)

First lady’s new initiative puts her in good company

Learn how first lady Melania Trump's newly unveiled agenda will benefit kids, and why a cause that's dear to her heart links her to so many of her predecessors.
Uniformed people posing in a group (© Sergeant Oscar D. Pla, Miami-Dade Police Department)

Miami police train partners to combat transnational crime

By training their counterparts from around the world, Miami-Dade police are helping to combat crime both at home and abroad.