The United States has been making steady progress in implementing its ballistic missile defense program.
This month, U.S. law enforcement officers arrested five men conspiring to smuggle and store two tons of cocaine in Guinea-Bissau.
We welcome the commitment of the Guatemalan government to prioritize child nutrition and are committed to working side-by-side.
“The U.S.-China Energy Cooperation Program has already taken real steps that have produced a real difference."
The people of Boston and the U.S. will pull together, take care of each other and move forward.
Accredited American colleges and universities can now offer educational programs for academic credit in Cuba.
Transnational crime has escalated dramatically in Central America and the Caribbean Basin since 2006.
Inter-American Commission on Human Rights has been "founding pillar" of regional human rights architecture."
Millennium Challenge Corporation is a bilateral United States foreign aid agency that works with countries to implement development projects.
“Investing in women is not just the right thing to do, but the smart thing to do."
Americans pause to honor their national leaders, beginning with the first president, George Washington.
Pope Benedict XVI is the first pontiff in over 600 years to give up the reins of authority and resign from the papacy.