Culturally and historically significant locations are eligible for federal funding as National Historic Landmark sites. Learn more about the designation.
The United States is a partner with more than 30 countries around the world through the Sister Parks program, promoting environmental conservation.
Learn more about the life of Barbara Watson, who rose through the ranks at the State Department and broke new ground for women and Black diplomats.
An open government is vital to democracy. Learn how the U.S. government ensures the public has access to information supporting its decisions.
President Biden's Irish ancestry links two towns in Pennsylvania and County Mayo, Ireland, in their pride of connections.
"Pistol Packin' Patti" Morton was the first woman to achieve several milestones during her career as a foreign service officer. Learn more here.
The Library of Congress is diversifying its collection and engaging with communities of color with the help of a recent $15 million grant.
For Women's History Month, we salute these trailblazers who gave women in the United States a voice on the world's diplomatic stage.
Washington and Lee University professor Ted DeLaney was an example of the many Black academics who have significantly influenced American academia.