Securing technology for a prosperous, safe future
Learn how U.S. public and private sector groups work with counterparts around the world to solve pressing problems through new technology.
Russians in the U.S., and elsewhere, press for peace
Many Russians in the U.S. and around the world continue to voice their opposition to Russia's war against Ukraine.
American Christians find renewal during Lent
Lent, the 40 days leading up to Easter, is a time of spiritual renewal for Christians that includes prayer and giving to others.
Once a refugee, now an Oscar winner
Decades after arriving in the U.S. as a refugee, Ke Huy Quan won film's highest honor. Learn more about a story that is inspiring others.
Halal food sees big gains in U.S. restaurant market
In U.S. restaurants, halal food is going mainstream and being served by chefs offering diverse cuisine as well as at fast-food places.
On a mission: More women astronauts
Former NASA astronaut Cady Coleman travels the world inspiring women and girls to become involved in STEM fields.
How Blue Dot Network certification will boost global infrastructure
The U.S. and global partners are creating an infrastructure certification process to drive investment to quality projects around the world.
March brings madness to U.S. sports fans
From its knockout rounds to its Cinderella teams, the March Madness basketball tournament captivates American sports fans.
Why nobody believes the Kremlin’s bioweapons claims
Hundreds of Russian scientists have called the Kremlin's biological weapons lab claims "pure fiction" and so have other experts