What defines a strong nation in the 21st century? It's not the control of territory, but “individual rights, good governance and personal security.”
America's 50 states are known as “laboratories of democracy” because they try policy ideas often adopted elsewhere. This is part of a series on federalism.
In most libraries you find shelves filled with reading material. This one has other valuable resources for a riot-torn community.
As podcasting grows in popularity, it has become a means of letting individual voices outside traditional media find a large audience.
Young people have the power to peacefully change the course of elections in many places. Why do some participate in violence?
Social media have changed the way the world gets its news and allowed citizen journalists to use Twitter, WhatsApp, Facebook and other platforms to report on what's important in their communities.
An attack on student protesters in July was among the incidents prompting President Trump's executive order pressuring Nicaragua to restore the rule of law.
The United States awaits the day the Iranian government embraces democracy and supports the Iranian people rather than oppression.
Nicolás Maduro ignored the rule of law and violated the Venezuelan Constitution in fraudulent attempts to hold onto power.