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Be afraid. Be very afraid of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Some bacteria have grown stronger than antibiotics, and they kill more than zombies ever will. The White House has a new plan to beat them.
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Is your tummy ache part of a global health problem?

Tainted vegetables used to be a local problem. But small problems can be big emergencies in globalized markets. Think food safety on World Health Day.

Global coalition airstrikes take toll on Daesh military capabilities

Daily airstrikes by the global anti-Daesh (ISIS, ISIL) coalition, through Operation Inherent Resolve, continue to wither the terror group’s arsenal in Iraq and Syria.

Summit of the Americas: ‘Real outcomes that impact real lives’

The theme of the 2015 Summit of the Americas in Panama City, Panama is “Prosperity with Equity: The Challenge of Cooperation in the Americas.”

U.S. military training to bolster Ukraine’s defense

In late April the U.S. military will train members of Ukraine’s National Guard as part of a long-term strategy to build the country’s defense capabilities.

The war ended. The casualties didn’t.

Every year, thousands of people, many of them children, lose their limbs or their lives to buried land mines from past conflicts.

U.S. increases aid to Syrians: ‘The greatest humanitarian crisis in a...

otal U.S. humanitarian assistance since the start of the Syrian conflict in March 2011 exceeds $3 billion. The United States remains the single largest donor of humanitarian aid to those affected by Syria crisis.

Space fitness: Testing the body for space travel

A first-of-its-kind experiment to better understand how space travel affects bodily systems is getting underway aboard the International Space Station.

“An historic opportunity to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons in...

After marathon negotiations, the United States and its international partners reached a historic framework to limit Iran’s nuclear program and keep it peaceful.