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Two ice skaters waving (© Bernat Armangue/AP Images)

Pyeongchang Top Shots

ShareAmerica is featuring a photo a day from the Winter Olympics. Keep your eyes on this page as the gallery grows with the best photos from Pyeongchang.
Drawing of a caravan stop on the Silk Road (© Eugene Flandin/Alamy)

Following the Afghan Silk Road with satellites

Archaeologist Emily Boak used aerial and satellite imagery to discover hundreds of unrecorded Afghan caravan stops along the Silk Road.
Tillerson standing at attention with a military guard (State Dept./Jorge Gomez)

Tillerson stresses partnerships in recent visit to Latin America, the Caribbean

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson focused on strengthening U.S. partnerships during his weeklong trip to Latin America and the Caribbean.
Vice President and Mrs. Pence applauding at the Olympics (© AP Images)

Pence attends dazzling Olympic ceremony

The Winter Olympics began with a panoply of fireworks, music, dance and lights in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Vice President Pence led the U.S. delegation.
10 people standing by a table (© Woohae Cho/Getty Images)

Pence salutes defectors from North Korea

On the opening day of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, Vice President Pence met with four North Korean defectors to underscore that regime's brutality.
Vice President Pence and Shinzō Abe by flags (© AP Images)

Pence: U.S. will intensify sanctions on North Korea

Vice President Pence says the U.S. will impose the toughest sanctions ever to force North Korea to abandon nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles.
Don Moffatt covered in white paint and wearing sunglasses and plastic cape (© Dave Sandford/NHLI/Getty Images)

American ice masters will keep rinks frosty for Olympic hockey

The world's best hockey is played on the best ice. Americans Don Moffatt and Brandon Klement are in South Korea to make it happen for the 2018 Winter Games.
Sketch of ancient Greek Olympics (© Universal History Archive/UIG/Getty Images)

Promoting peace in the age-old Olympic Truce tradition

At the first Olympics, warring Greek kings declared a truce to let athletes participate. Now revived Olympic Truces promote peace in the 21st century.
President Trump at lectern with Vice President Pence and Paul Ryan applauding behind him (© Win McNamee/Bloomberg/Getty Images)

President Trump projects U.S. strength at home and abroad

In his State of the Union speech, President Trump says the U.S. has stronger friendships with its allies and won't tolerate threats to its security.