The apparent solution to poor education? Give students the textbooks and other school supplies they need. But it wasn’t that simple for Michael Kremer,...
High-profile U.S. companies are taking action to save marine life because bad fishing practices are harming ocean resources.
Experience the excitement of the dedication ceremony for the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, Israel — one piece of the historic partnership between the United States and Israel.
Young leaders from sub-Saharan Africa’s 49 countries are returning home with clearer visions, revived purpose, and stronger networks after a summer as Mandela Washington Fellows.
Six officials linked to former Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro are being sanctioned by the U.S. for blocking humanitarian aid to needy Venezuelans.
At the Strategic Dialogue between the U.S. and Algeria, the two nations discuss strategies and their commitment to fight terrorism and violent extremism.
Government officials and representatives from nongovernmental organizations from around the world will gather at the White House February 18 and 19. Their task: devise...
Do you think good health is a human right? Destiny Watford does, which is why she fought plans to build a massive trash incinerator in her neighborhood.
Scientists are trying to learn more about Azolla, a plant that might help reduce man-made climate change — but there are some challenges.