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These women entrepreneurs spotted a need — and met it

Meet six U.S. businesswomen who run successful companies, and learn how they pursue their visions and approach their work.
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China’s officials step up online attacks

Chinese Communist Party officials are spreading misinformation online to evade blame for the regime's coronavirus response and human rights abuses.
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Poverty and food insecurity rife in Maduro’s Venezuela [video]

The illegitimate Maduro regime's economic mismanagement has resulted in millions of Venezuelans living in poverty and experiencing food insecurity.
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U.S. leads the way globally for women’s economic empowerment

31 countries have signed the U.S.-led Call to Action on Women’s Economic Empowerment. Learn more about what this means for women around the world.
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U.S. urges partners to counter China’s foreign meddling

The Chinese Communist Party is threatening free and open societies worldwide. Learn more about the regime's coercive activities.
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U.S. provides training to prevent atrocities

The U.S. is helping nations prevent atrocities against vulnerable populations with data and specialized training. Read about U.S. aid to nations in need.
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OAS: Elections in Venezuela will not be free and fair

At the 50th General Assembly, the Organization of American States passed a resolution condemning the illegitimate Maduro regime's attacks on democracy.
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Americans vote on more than a president in November [infographic]

Election Day in the U.S. will give voters the chance to select local as well as national officials and perhaps weigh in on issues that affect their lives.
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Swing states keep campaigns guessing

U.S. presidential candidates have to win states to become president. Some states' choices are obvious, but others, the swing states, could go either way.