Political polls aren't always right, but don't expect them to go away soon. They are still the best way to see what's on the voters' minds and who's ahead.
Learn the truth surrounding the Iranian regime's latest disinformation campaign. The United States is setting the record straight.
Find out how the Congressional Gold Medal and the Presidential Medal of Freedom were established and who may receive them.
Joseph R. Biden took the oath of office at the U.S. Capitol on January 20 to become the 46th president of the United States.
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President Trump, the first lady and members of the administration offered support and condolences after a powerful earthquake struck Mexico City.
The Foreign Aid Explorer, a free, comprehensive, interactive database, helps users see what the United States spends on foreign aid.
Public defenders back criminal defendants in the U.S. who can't afford a private attorney and are at risk of going to prison. Learn how they came to be.
The Kentucky native brings diplomatic, business and philanthropic experience to a critical and high-profile State Department post.