In July 2017, ISIS was driven from Mosul, in Iraq. Now there, and in places where ISIS has been defeated, there is a renewal of religious freedom.
Muslims in the U.S. show their solidarity with victims of the Orlando massacre by speaking out against hate and violence and donating blood for survivors.
Among ordinary people and many leaders in the Mideast, "the desire for peace is real and powerful," Special Representative Jason Greenblatt writes.
U.S. Navy veteran Michael White has returned home after nearly two years wrongfully detained in Iran. Learn more about recently released U.S. citizens.
Iran's supreme leader is touting new weaponry as "progress" for Palestinians, continuing the regime's focus on conflict rather than peace and new jobs.
The Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village, modeled on Israeli villages built for orphans after the Holocaust, is a community for survivors of the Rwandan genocide.
In parts of Iraq liberated from ISIS, law enforcement has a new way to get up and running quickly: mobile police stations, or "police in a box."
The U.S. sanctions on Iran's energy industry and banks will stop the regime from spreading destruction around the world, but let in food and medicine.
People of Iran are telling their government they need better economic opportunities and more responsive governance. That's not the government's focus.