Government officials from the U.S. and Mexico conclude a "purposeful and productive exchange" in Mexico City.
When resettled refugees have to learn the landscape of their new home, overcoming farming challenges can be tough. This program has a solution.
Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo urges religious leaders to defend those who are forbidden from practicing their faith by authoritarian regimes.
International Education Week celebrates students who attend college outside their home countries. Their curiosity builds a more democratic, secure and prosperous world. This week,...
Abeera Akhtar and her colleagues at Pakistan's Lahore University of Management Sciences started the FATE (From Apathy to Empathy) project against extremism.
The United States is continuing to exert economic and diplomatic pressure on the repressive and corrupt regime of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega.
Bees, bats, butterflies and other birds and insects are hard-working pollinators, critical to food security. The U.S. wants to ensure they stay healthy.
Images from Syria's chemical attack on its own people on April 4 continue to shock the world.
The technology of the future may soon be at your fingertips. Researchers at Cyclotron Road are creating a new generation of clean-energy technologies.