Venezuela's legislative body, the last vestige of democracy in the country, continues to strive to serve the needs of ordinary people.
The U.S. condemns the Iranian government's attempt to harass a British vessel near the Strait of Hormuz. Learn what this aggression also means for trade.
The South China Sea provides food and work for millions, but overfishing and territorial disputes threaten this fragile resource.
For decades the U.S. has supported the Philippines' marine conservation efforts, resulting in more fish, bigger fish and a sustainable fishing industry.
Joy Harjo, a Native American poet, playwright and musician, has been named the new U.S. poet laureate by the Library of Congress.
With heavy investments in research, U.S. universities are outpacing their international counterparts in receiving U.S. patents for new inventions.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo highlights one of the fundamental values that bind the American people with their Israeli partners: freedom of religion.
Venezuelans have been victims of "torture and ill-treatment, sexual violence and killings" under the illegitimate Maduro regime, the United Nations says.
Writers and journalists increasingly face arbitrary arrests and long prison sentences in Iran's revolutionary courts. What is the regime afraid of?