Secretary of State Antony Blinken is pledging U.S. support for NATO as the decades-old alliance faces new global challenges.
The term glass ceiling is used to refer to an invisible but real barrier to advancement for women or minorities. Berger happens to be a master glassmaker.
“The arts provide a unique opportunity to celebrate life, experience joy, and are a powerful antidote against bigotry, hate and division.”
Dr. Daniel Becker wakes up around 4:30 a.m. every day, pours a cup of coffee, then disappears into his office for an hour.
Over 70,000 new volunteers across America joined the not-for-profit organization in 2020.
Millions of Americans will celebrate the Persian New Year, Nowruz, on March 20.
After a year of pandemic and racial tension, U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo finds comfort and lessons in poetry.
Authoritarian governments punish speech to protect their power.
Public diplomacy and exchange programs have long been central to U.S. Foreign policy.
Invest in community-based documentarians.
The declining cancer death rate in the U.S. for the most recent year available (2017–2018) Is part of a trend that began some 25 years ago.
Combating climate change is a top Biden administration priority, and Kerry reiterated that the United States and countries everywhere must work together to keep alive the possibility of limiting the planet’s global warming to 1.5 degrees celsius.
Black scholars are calling for change that extends beyond hiring practices.
The history of Black American music in the United States spans four centuries, and now there’s a museum to honor that legacy.
By teaching new farming techniques, the U.S. Agency for international development (USAID) and India are helping farmers on both continents improve harvests.
The primary protection of the law is nondiscrimination.