Female coach giving American football player in uniform instructions during practice (© Lee Coleman/Icon Sportswire/Getty Images)

Women tackle new opportunities in the NFL

The NFL will start the 2021 season with a record number of female coaches. Learn how the league is increasing women's roles in football.
Illustration with film scenes in background and Juraj Jánošík and roll of film unwinding in the foreground (State Dept./D. Thompson)

The historic film made by Slovak American immigrants

"Jánošík," which premiered in 1921, was one of the first feature-length films. It was made by two Slovak American brothers.
Three people against wall, holding mirror and green fronds (© Courtesy of The Abrahamic House)

Abrahamic Houses: Urban hubs for interfaith understanding

The Abrahamic House initiative grew out of one man's interfaith journey. Learn how he now helps people of different faiths connect.
Silhouettes of people on map of Russia (Images: © Shutterstock)

How Russia’s ‘foreign agents’ law silences dissent

Russia uses its "foreign agents" law to silence critics and the media. U.S. rules disclose who is behind the messaging people receive. Know the difference.
Boy holding a rose and a portrait (© Thein Zaw/AP Images)

On 8888 anniversary, U.S. honors Burma’s push for democracy

The August 8, 1988, uprising continues to inspire calls for democracy in Burma. The United States has long supported Burma's democratic aspirations.
Rasha Rady and Doaa Aref in hijabs seated at laptop on table (© Womena)

Young Egyptian entrepreneurs make a global difference

Meet Doaa Aref, Heba Assem, and Riham Adel. These Egyptian entrepreneurs are changing the economy for Middle Eastern and North African youth.
Carissa Moore riding wave on surfboard (© Francisco Seco/AP Images)

Meet Olympian Carissa Moore, world champion surfer [poster]

Carissa Moore is the top-ranked female surfer worldwide and one of four surfers on the USA Surfing Team. Surfing will make its debut at the Tokyo Olympics.
Woman checking on babies in incubators (Courtesy of Syrian American Medical Society/SAMS)

Partnering to protect women in crisis

The U.S. is partnering with the United Nations and other organizations to help women suffering in humanitarian crises. Learn more about these efforts.
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Regimes target free press with ‘economic strangulation,’ report says

Authoritarian regimes are using economic pressure and legal hurdles to shutter newspapers and stifle press freedom, says Reporters Without Borders.