By training their counterparts from around the world, Miami-Dade police are helping to combat crime both at home and abroad.
Learn about some of the American women who are running for, and winning, the top city government seat: the mayor.
Infectious diseases such as Ebola can spread from remote villages to world capitals in 36 hours. Stopping them early is a U.S. national security priority.
Learn more about Mike Pompeo, the new Secretary of State. His career has taken him from the military to Congress to the CIA and now the State Department.
When a U.S. president welcomes a world leader to the White House, what determines whether the visit will be a state visit or an official visit? Here's what you need to know.
Multiple U.S. institutions help keep people's money safe. Learn the different ways Americans know their bank deposits and other investments are protected.
The State Department voiced concern about increased Chinese repression of Uighurs and other Muslims in Xinjiang, including detention of the relatives of U.S.-based Uighur journalists.
More than 200 years ago, George Washington voluntarily gave up the office of the presidency of the United States. Find out why the speech he gave announcing his departure is still so important that it is read aloud every year in the Senate.
As a participating member of the OSCE, the United States invited international election monitors to ensure the November 8, 2016, elections were free and fair.