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.
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.
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.
Meet the U.S. search teams who helped save lives in Türkiye
U.S. search and rescue teams helped rescue survivors in Türkiye after the recent earthquakes. Learn how these teams operate.
Peace Corps celebrates spirit of volunteerism
The Peace Corps celebrates more than 60 years of volunteerism March 1. Learn which country recently welcomed its first group of trainees.
Ukraine: Before and after February 24, 2022
In the year since Russia's full-scale, illegal invasion of Ukraine, see how Ukrainians are still standing tall.
Russia’s ‘re-education camps’ hold thousands of Ukraine’s children, report says
Russia is holding thousands of Ukrainian children in camps where they are exposed to a Russia-centric curriculum, a report shows.