Carla Hayden, former head of the Baltimore library system, is the first woman and the first African American to lead the Library of Congress.
Learn the truth surrounding the Iranian regime's latest disinformation campaign. The United States is setting the record straight.
The tall-sail ship Eagle serves a dual purpose for the U.S. Coast Guard, training its recruits in traditional sailing skills and representing the U.S. as a floating ambassador.
Learn how Award for Corporate Excellence winner PepsiCo is working with farmers and communities in India to shore up a scarce and vital resource: water.
The Library of Congress is collecting blog posts, news reporting, public records, social media — what appears on the web — into a public archive.
U.S. presidential candidates have to win states to become president. Some states' choices are obvious, but others, the swing states, could go either way.
For many years, U.S. secretaries of state have embraced new technologies to communicate with foreign audiences, reshaping and expanding public diplomacy.
The U.S. "maximum pressure campaign" on Iran has starved its regional proxies of the funds they need to operate on behalf of the regime.
Find out who uses the information from the State Department's Country Reports on Human Rights Practices and how they use it.