Florida Legislature Passes Bill Limiting Ballot Access

3 months ago

Activists say it's voter suppression

How the U.S. supports workers' rights around the world

by Leigh Hartman, 3 months ago

The U.S. fights for the rights of workers worldwide. Learn more about U.S. efforts to improve working conditions in countries around the world.

China’s Climate Goals ‘Realistic,’ ‘Ambitious’

3 months ago

Experts say Beijing’s goals may be achievable but point to delay in ramping up efforts

US Wants to Help India Produce Oxygen Fast

3 months ago

Washington has also promised to help India by providing it with vaccines

US Wants to Help India Produce Oxygen Fast

3 months ago

Washington has also promised to help India by providing it with vaccines

Biden Takes Victory Lap at Drive-In Rally on 100th Day in Office

3 months ago

Political rally in Georgia is setting for president to promote trillions of dollars in proposed government spending to equalize the economy

Biden Takes Victory Lap at Drive-In Rally on 100th Day in Office

3 months ago

Political rally in Georgia is setting for president to promote trillions of dollars in proposed government spending to equalize the economy

US, NATO Troops Leaving Afghanistan as Fighting Escalates

3 months ago

White House confirms troops, equipment have left the country, the start of the end of America’s longest war

Brazil Tops 400,000 Virus Deaths Amid Fears of Renewed Surge

3 months ago

April was Brazil's deadliest month of the pandemic

Brazil Tops 400,000 Virus Deaths Amid Fears of Renewed Surge

3 months ago

April was Brazil's deadliest month of the pandemic

British ‘High-Risk’ Designation for Pakistan Seen as Bad Sign for Anti-Corruption Efforts

3 months ago

Some experts say the UK designation of Pakistan as a 'high-risk' country for money laundering and terror financing complicates Islamabad’s efforts at the Financial Action Task Force

India’s health systems buckle under new COVID-19 wave

by Ranjit Devraj, 3 months ago

For all its scientific prowess, India failed to anticipate the surge in COVID-19 cases as complacency set in.

SciDev.Net story prompts antibiotic ban in Indian agriculture, protecting ‘drug of last resort’

3 months ago

Second-Generation Korean American Reflects on Asian American, Pacific Islander Heritage Month

by Russell Toof, Regional Health Command Europe, 3 months ago

Army Col. Abraham Suhr reflects on Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and what it means to him to serve in a diverse military.

Potential Seen for Regional Power Plays as US Departs From Afghanistan

3 months ago

Despite hopes Afghanistan's neighbors will 'rise to the occasion,' US officials and analysts worry the fallout may not be pretty

US Government Probes VPN Hack Within Federal Agencies, Races to Find Clues

3 months ago

The hack against federal agencies began during the Trump administration but was only recently discovered, according to senior US officials

US Government Probes VPN Hack Within Federal Agencies, Races to Find Clues

3 months ago

The hack against federal agencies began during the Trump administration but was only recently discovered, according to senior US officials

Arrests in US Capitol Attack Surpass 430

3 months ago

Senior US Justice Department official says the number of arrests continues to grow

Remembering Michael Collins, trailblazing astronaut

by Lenore T. Adkins, 3 months ago

Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins, who died April 28, made history during the 1969 moon landing. Learn about his public service legacy.

FDA Moves to Ban Menthol Cigarettes

3 months ago

Move follows years of pressure from advocates who say that tobacco products are targeted at African Americans and are responsible for higher death rates in this group from illnesses brought on by smoking

Authoritarian regimes target journalists worldwide

by Leigh Hartman, 3 months ago

Authoritarian regimes are harassing journalists beyond their borders, watchdog groups say. Learn how threats to press freedom span international boundaries.

U.S. rushes to aid India amid dire COVID-19 outbreak

by Leigh Hartman, 3 months ago

The U.S. is providing emergency aid to India, from ventilators and oxygen to rapid testing kits, to fight India's surge in COVID-19 cases.

Defense Official Says Partnerships Vital to Holding Russia Accountable in Eurasia

by David Vergun, 3 months ago

A Defense official says Russian influence and meddling in nations around the Mediterranean and the Middle East have been characterized as destabilizing and opportunistic and pose concerns for regional security and stability.

Pope Francis Enlists Cardinals in Vatican Corruption Fight

3 months ago

Vatican employees are banned from accepting gifts above $48

Biden Immigration Policies Saw Wins, Setbacks in First 100 Days

3 months ago

Administration moved quickly on many election promises but courts have blocked action on others 

Biden Immigration Policies Saw Wins, Setbacks in First 100 Days

3 months ago

Administration moved quickly on many election promises but courts have blocked action on others 

82% of Americans want paid maternity leave – making it as popular as chocolate

3 months ago

Processed food might boost risk for chronic infection diseases

by LaTina Emerson-Georgia State, 3 months ago

Processed diets might promote chronic infections that can lead to disorders such as diabetes, according to new research in mice.

Exoskeleton could one day boost walking speed of older adults

by Taylor Kubota-Stanford, 3 months ago

A new ankle exoskeleton increases users' walking speed by about 40%. Researchers hope it will one day help restore walking speed for older adults.

Pew Census Breakdown: Asian American Population Reached 24 Million

3 months ago

Group has projected that population to reach 46 million people by 2060, making it largest immigrant group in the United States


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