After visiting the U.S., Grace Jerry and Juan Angel de Gouveia used what they learned about disability rights to make changes in their own countries.
A U.S. school has launched a global effort to train 1 million teachers with the skills to help deaf-blind children fulfill their potential.
The U.S. promotes religious freedom as a "moral imperative," Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says in a new report released August 15.
The U.S. Constitution's First Amendment includes the right to say unpopular things and "hate speech," and it gives that right to everybody.
A new community policing strategy is having a big impact on crime in Honduras. Commander Lorenzo Pineda might be the most important figure in the reforms.
Smart cities, which use technology to improve access for people with disabilities, are finding that the changes help all their residents.
Learn about some landmark events that led to the Americans with Disabilities Act, which protects from discrimination in all areas of life.
Victoria Jackson-Stanley, the mayor of Cambridge, Maryland, is among those marking the 1967 racial unrest in her city with an eye toward unity.
The State Department recognized eight people from around the world as "heroes" in fighting human trafficking. Read the stories of two of them.