Two people in silhouette behind Venezuelan flag (© Fernando Llano/AP Images)

Venezuela in crisis: Quotes and facts

Check out a rolling collection of ShareAmerica shareables regarding the ongoing developments in Venezuela. We will update frequently.

What do you need to know to run a city?

How could leaders in your community improve? U.S. city mayors get an intensive learning experience through a program at Harvard University.
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U.S., international partners support Burma’s path to democracy [rolling updates]

The United States and partner nations support the Burmese people's calls for democracy. Learn more about efforts to deter human rights violations in Burma.
Illustration showing talking bubbles connected to map of United States (State Dept./D. Thompson)

To count everyone, U.S. census is in many languages

The United States' 2020 census is being offered in numerous languages other than English. See how the Census Bureau is ensuring everyone is counted.

More data, better elections

Election data is some of the most important, and activists around the world are calling on their governments to provide it to their citizens.
Mike Pompeo standing next to a statue of Ronald Reagan in Budapest (© Attila Kisbenedek/AFP/Getty Images)

Pompeo celebrates Hungary’s sovereignty

Secretary Pompeo spoke about shared threats to political and economic independence for the U.S. and Europe during his visit to Budapest on February 11.
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan shaking hands with President-elect Muhammadu Buhari (© AP Images)

After an election, the losing side can play the most important...

In a strong democracy, the party that loses an election accepts its defeat, knowing the electoral system will afford it another chance next time.
Women wearing masks walking next to 'vote here' sign (© Paul Sancya/AP Images)

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.
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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.