See USAID in action through these award-winning photos of programs in Georgia, Serbia, Ukraine, Jordan, Iraq, Mongolia and Jamaica.
Learn about the federal laws that require sign language interpreters in the United States and where you'll regularly find them.
The Abrahamic House initiative grew out of one man's interfaith journey. Learn how he now helps people of different faiths connect.
The August 8, 1988, uprising continues to inspire calls for democracy in Burma. The United States has long supported Burma's democratic aspirations.
Authoritarian regimes are using economic pressure and legal hurdles to shutter newspapers and stifle press freedom, says Reporters Without Borders.
The U.S. is working with international partners to ensure the responsible development of technology and to prevent authoritarian misuse.
The U.S. government is redoubling efforts to help businesses ensure they do not aid PRC forced labor in Xinjiang. Read this story to learn more.
In a new report, the U.S. government calls attention to atrocities around the world and details U.S. and partner nations' efforts to stop them.
U.S. officials and law enforcement professionals work closely with their overseas counterparts to make the world safer. Learn why these partnerships matter.