Mike Pompeo and Colombia President Iván Duque walking with an entourage (© Rafael Hernandez/dpa picture alliance/Getty Images)

Pompeo in Cúcuta: ‘Mr. Maduro, open these bridges’

Secretary Pompeo’s stop in Cúcuta, Colombia, a major transit point for Venezuelans fleeing the crisis at home, caps a tour of four South American countries.
Woman throwing rice in air (Nevil Jackson/USAID)

Sowing seeds of entrepreneurship in rural Tanzania

Learn how a U.S.-backed program is helping farmers like Elinesi Mpyanga find new ways to grow as an agricultural trainer and businesswoman in Tanzania.
People posing for photo at lookout point (© Gustavo Garello/AP Images)

U.S. approves $400M of financing for Argentina’s road network

U.S. financing is projected to improve the amount of goods flowing through Argentina, road safety, and trade with neighboring Chile.
Blue doors (© Food Travel Stockforlife/Shutterstock)

U.S. investment in Guatemala helps new homebuyers

Getting a home loan in Guatemala is easier thanks to a new U.S. investment program committed to building a safer and more prosperous Central America.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaking at a lectern (State Dept.)video

U.S. will end exemptions to sanctions on Iranian oil importers [video]

The United States will no longer grant any exemptions to sanctions on countries that buy Iranian oil. Current exemptions will end on May 2.
Secretary Pompeo speaking (State Dept.)video

Secretary Pompeo’s message to the Venezuelan people [video]

Secretary Pompeo delivers a message of continued U.S. support for democracy and human rights in Venezuela.

U.S. to give additional $119 million for Venezuela’s crisis

New U.S. assistance will go toward alleviating the Venezuelan people's humanitarian crisis and to bolster democratic governance in the country.
Aid workers unloading boxes of supplies from palettes (U.S. Embassy Bogotá)video

Working to deliver aid to Venezuela [video]

The first shipment of relief supplies from the United States for the people of Venezuela arrived in Cúcuta, Colombia. See more in this video.
People on motorbikes riding past wind turbines and cattle (© Hariandi Hafid/SOPA Images/LightRocket/Getty Images)

Boosting energy security in the Indo-Pacific

The U.S. works with Indo-Pacific nations through private- and public-sector partnerships on energy projects in the region.