Defending Ukraine: Hospitallersby ShareAmerica, 4 months ago
This installment in a series focuses on a group of volunteer paramedics who respond to the medical needs of civilians and soldiers.
US will give military tanks to Ukraine, signaling Western powers' long-term commitment to thwarting Russia4 months ago
Standing with the people 2 years after Burma coupby ShareAmerica, 4 months ago
Two years after its coup, the military regime in Burma continues to carry out a brutal campaign of violence against its own people.
COVID-19 deaths in the US continue to be undercounted, research shows, despite claims of 'overcounts'4 months ago
Calls for Pope Benedict's sainthood make canonizing popes seem like the norm – but it's a long and politically fraught process4 months ago
Starbucks fans are steamed: The psychology behind why changes to a rewards program are stirring up anger, even though many will get grande benefits4 months ago
Atlanta's BeltLine shows how urban parks can drive 'green gentrification' if cities don't think about affordable housing at the start4 months ago
Even bivalent updated COVID-19 boosters struggle to prevent omicron subvariant transmission – an immunologist discusses why new approaches are necessary4 months ago
Fossil teeth reveal how brains developed in utero over millions of years of human evolution – new research4 months ago
Typical mass shooters are in their 20s and 30s – suspects in California's latest killings are far from that average4 months ago
Monterey Park: A pioneering Asian American suburb shaken by the tragedy of a mass shooting4 months ago
Democracies don't just bounce back after dictatorships – Argentina's Oscar nominee shows what justice afterward looks like4 months ago
Device transmits radio waves with almost no power – without violating the laws of physics4 months ago
How some enslaved Black people stayed in Southern slaveholding states – and found freedom4 months ago
Lots of people believe in Bigfoot and other pseudoscience claims – this course examines why4 months ago
Parsing which foods are healthy and which are less so isn't always straightforward – a new rating system aims to demystify the process4 months ago
Grassroots AIDS activists fought for and won affordable HIV treatments around the world – but PEPFAR didn't change governments and pharma4 months ago
Yoga: Modern research shows a variety of benefits to both body and mind from the ancient practice4 months ago
Conserving the Congo Basin's precious ecosystemby ShareAmerica, 4 months ago
Learn how the United States is working with the private sector and nongovernmental organizations to help preserve the Congo Basin.
PEPFAR: 20 years of impactby Dave Reynolds, 4 months ago
The U.S. global AIDS relief initiative known as PEPFAR has helped millions of people since it was created in 2003. Learn more about it.
Horror and anguish are playing out on repeat following the latest mass shooting – and the mental health scars extend far beyond those directly affected4 months ago
Honoring Holocaust survivors via public serviceby ShareAmerica, 4 months ago
January 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Meet descendants of Holocaust survivors who work at the State Department and USAID.
Jewish doctors in the Warsaw Ghetto secretly documented the effects of Nazi-imposed starvation, and the knowledge is helping researchers today – podcast4 months ago
Jewish doctors in the Warsaw Ghetto secretly documented the effects of Nazi-imposed starvation, and the knowledge is helping researchers today – Podcast4 months ago
Online racial harassment leads to lower academic confidence for Black and Hispanic students4 months ago
Brazil, US show that secure elections require agreement – not just cybersecurity and clear ballot records4 months ago
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