A soldier escorting detained men as they hold their hands behind their heads (© Ariana Cubillos/AP Images)

Maduro calls Venezuelans with COVID-19 ‘bioterrorists’

The Maduro regime is cracking down on returning Venezuelans thought to have COVID-19 and forcing citizens into unsafe conditions.
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A tribute to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks

Commemorations in New York, northern Virginia and Pennsylvania honor the 2,977 victims of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in the U.S.
Woman in protective gear taking temperature of girl (© Pastor Ismael Martinez/Pan de Vida)

U.S. helps refugees, migrants during COVID-19 crisis

Since COVID-19 arrived in Mexico, the U.S. and its partners have donated supplies, money and resources to help migrant communities.
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U.S. labs focus on making the indoors safer

A researcher has developed a ventilation system that would limit the transmission of pathogens, including the coronavirus, inside airplanes and vehicles.
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U.S. moves closer to safe, effective coronavirus vaccine

The U.S. government is supporting innovators' efforts to quickly develop a vaccine for COVID-19. Learn more about progress toward a vaccine.
American flag showing gift of cows from Maasai people to U.S. after 9/11 (© Matt Flynn/9/11 Memorial Museum/Gift of Wilson Kimeli Naiyomah and the Maasai People of Kenya)

Why September 12 matters so much

Countries around the world showed kindness to the United States after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001.
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U.S. reaffirms importance of Taiwan relationship

A senior State Department official emphasizes America's support for U.S.-Taiwan relations and military, economic and political cooperation.
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Cuba’s ‘outrageous’ bid to join the U.N. Human Rights Council

Cuba wants a seat on the U.N. Human Rights Council. Find out why its government's human rights record makes it such a poor candidate.
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U.S. curbs Iranian regime’s weapons ambitions

The U.S. is seeking to limit the Iranian regime's ability to spread violence, sanctioning its weapons programs and seizing arms headed to fighters.