Seven Americans are among this year's Nobel Prize winners, including scientists who helped identify the hepatitis C virus, saving millions of lives.
In his address to the United Nations, President Trump proclaimed the world would beat the COVID-19 pandemic and emerge stronger than before.
The United States has a long history of developing vaccines and providing humanitarian assistance to fight infectious diseases worldwide.
The Maduro regime is cracking down on returning Venezuelans thought to have COVID-19 and forcing citizens into unsafe conditions.
Since COVID-19 arrived in Mexico, the U.S. and its partners have donated supplies, money and resources to help migrant communities.
A researcher has developed a ventilation system that would limit the transmission of pathogens, including the coronavirus, inside airplanes and vehicles.
The U.S. government is supporting innovators' efforts to quickly develop a vaccine for COVID-19. Learn more about progress toward a vaccine.
An unsafe vaccine could do more harm than good in the fight against COVID-19. Responsible governments observe strict standards.
The U.S. government has given over $20.5 billion in COVID-19 aid to countries around the world. Learn more about the funding here.