Twenty years ago, NAFTA, entered into force, setting the stage for a twenty-year period of even greater economic cooperation between the United States, Mexico, and Canada.
President Barack Obama recently welcomed Uruguayan President Jose Mujica to the White House.
In an historic decision handed down 60 years ago this month, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the way some cities here then separated students in public schools by their race was illegal and unconstitutional.
Over the past decade, trade between the United States and the Americas nearly tripled.
The United States commends the Peruvian government for the recent arrest of at least 28 alleged members of the Movement for Amnesty and Fundamental Rights, or Movadef, a front organization for the Shining Path terrorist group.
The Civil Rights Act, for the first time ever, explicitly prohibited discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, gender or national origin.
The United States congratulates Luis Guillermo Solis on his election as the next president of Costa Rica.
Tuberculosis is the second leading cause of death from infectious diseases worldwide, infecting almost 9 million people and killing some 1.3 million annually.
The United States, as one of the top destinations for smuggled cultural artifacts, works closely with partner countries to intercept and recover these objects.
The 100,000 Strong in the Americas initiative, launched by President Obama in 2011, aims to foster region-wide prosperity through greater international exchange of students, our future leaders and innovators.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry
One of the world’s most-wanted criminals, Joaquin "Chapo" Guzmán Loera, was captured by Mexican law enforcement authorities on February 22, 2014.