The United States looks forward to working with the newly elected president of Colombia, Iván Duque, to combat narcotics trafficking and transnational crime.
While effects can vary, the growing majorities of young people in Africa and elsewhere will undoubtedly have a strong impact on their societies.
A century ago, corrupt political machines that made their leaders rich thrived in U.S. cities. But people came together to reform the system.
A journalist's role in covering elections is to give you unbiased information; doing anything else is failing in their role as a watchdog.
When an election winner takes 95 or 100 percent of the vote, it's less likely he's incredibly popular and more likely that the election was not free and fair.
In the midst of a devastating hunger crisis, the regime of Nicolás Maduro has turned government food assistance into a tool to get political support.
As a participating member of the OSCE, the United States invited international election monitors to ensure the November 8, 2016, elections were free and fair.
Americans interact most with local governments, which provide services from public safety to school standards. This is part of a series on U.S. federalism.
Nigeria's potential depends on good governance, the kind that responds to citizens’ needs and roots out corruption, State Department officials say.