Russians continue to leave their country for opportunities elsewhere because of the war in Ukraine and political repression.
Meet Sarah H. Cleveland, the U.S. nominee for the International Court of Justice, based in The Hague. She seeks a nine-year term as judge.
Learn more about items commonly used by everyone that were originally designed for those with disabilities.
A new U.S. report will inform efforts to end human trafficking. Learn about heroes who are working to address this global challenge.
Reporters and technology specialists are building an archive of independent media outlets that were forced to shut down or leave Russia.
Several reporters from Africa recently visited the U.S. through the Murrow program to learn more about how independent media outlets operate.
Russia is worse off — militarily, economically and geopolitically — than it was before its full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
Learn what the U.S. and the international community are doing to investigate alleged crimes against humanity in Ukraine.
The U.S. supports international partners' work to defend religious freedom around the world. Learn more about how.