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.
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
Boosting Indo-Pacific security, prosperity through AUKUS
Learn about AUKUS, the U.S., Australia and U.K. partnership that aims to increase security and stability in the Indo-Pacific region.
U.S. pledges $6 billion to protect the ocean
The warming of the planet means more heat entering the ocean. See what the U.S. government is doing to counter the problem.
Special kinship: U.S., Bangladesh and Kennedy family
The late U.S. Senator Edward M. Kennedy was an outspoken supporter of Bangladesh’s 1971 liberation movement. Family ties continue today.
Defending Ukraine’s art and culture from destruction
Private and public organizations in the U.S. and around the world have rallied to help Ukraine protect its cultural heritage.
International action has helped ozone layer recover
Thanks to international efforts, the ozone layer could completely heal by 2066. Learn more about this decadeslong work.
The U.S. works with partners to stop wildlife trafficking
Learn how the United States is working with countries around the globe to stop wildlife trafficking and protect ecosystems.
World remains united behind Ukraine, 1 year later
In a demonstration of global unity one year after Russia's invasion, the U.N. General Assembly reaffirmed support for Ukraine's sovereignty.