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Biden to bring American troops home from Afghanistanby ShareAmerica, almost 2 years ago
President Biden says the U.S. will begin withdrawing troops from Afghanistan on May 1, with all forces out of the country before September 11.
Women tackle firefighting's risks and rewardsby Michael Laff, almost 2 years ago
Women in the United States are rising up the ranks of firefighting and leading all-female crews in a field traditionally dominated by men. Learn more here.
Nations support U.S. holding Russia to accountby ShareAmerica, almost 2 years ago
The U.S. is sanctioning Russian intelligence and others for malign activities, including attempting to undermine the 2020 U.S. election.
U.S. supports transgender health clinics in Indiaby Noelani Kirschner, almost 2 years ago
For the past three years, the U.S. Consulate General Kolkata has helped foster public-private relationships to bring transgender health clinics to India.
U.S. rallies support for global vaccine distributionby Leigh Hartman, almost 2 years ago
The U.S. and Gavi are working to raise funds for COVAX, an initiative to fight the COVID-19 pandemic and provide vaccines to the world's poorest countries.
4 Arab Americans share their insights on the United Statesby Lenore T. Adkins, almost 2 years ago
These Arab Americans give speeches all over the world, detailing their experiences in the United States. Read their inspiring stories.
Blinken: We must prevent a climate catastropheby Noelani Kirschner, almost 2 years ago
Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the U.S. is ready to lead the global climate response and work with countries abroad to cap global carbon emissions.
U.S. calls on the Kremlin to end crackdown on mediaby Leigh Hartman, almost 2 years ago
The United States is standing up for press freedom in Russia, where the Kremlin cracks down on reporters, independent newsrooms and opposition voices.
Biden: U.S. will halve carbon emissions over next decadeby Noelani Kirschner, almost 2 years ago
During the Leaders Summit on Climate at the White House, President Biden explained how the U.S. will lead the way in creating a global green economy.
How 'homebody' tarantulas got to 6 continentsby Jocelyn Duffy-Carnegie Mellon, almost 2 years ago
Tarantulas are known around the world, but they're actually homebodies. So how did they come to inhabit six of seven continents?
Is 1 vaccine dose enough if you've had COVID-19?by Hannah Messinger-Penn, almost 2 years ago
After somone has COVID-19, they may only need a single vaccine dose to produce a sufficient antibody response, say researchers.
Wildfire smoke may spark eczema and itchby Kara Manke-UC Berkeley, almost 2 years ago
Damage from wildfire smoke may extend to the largest organ in the human body and our first line of defense against outside threats: the skin.
At-risk people know PrEP prevents HIV but few take itby Patti Verbanas-Rutgers, almost 2 years ago
People at high risk for HIV know about pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to prevent HIV infection, but few take it, a study finds.
Unmet basic needs push cancer screenings asideby Diane Duke Williams-WUSTL, almost 2 years ago
Women with unmet basic needs may not get Pap smears because they're focused on things like housing and food. A fix would save lives, say researchers.
5 factors behind the Derek Chauvin guilty verdictsby Neil Schoenherr-WUSTL, almost 2 years ago
A legal expert breaks down factors that led to the guilty verdicts for Derek Chauvin, the Minneapolis police officer convicted of murdering George Floyd.
DNA-based cancer vaccine triggers immune attack on tumorsby Jim Goodwin-WUSTL, almost 2 years ago
Personalized cancer vaccines made using DNA can program the immune system to attack tumors, including breast and pancreatic cancers, researchers report.