A year ago this month [in December], the United States announced that it would begin to normalize its relations with the Cuban government.
The Christmas message of peace on earth and good will toward men is universal and one that Americans wish to share at this time of year with all citizens of the world.
Elections point to the real possibility that a genuine democratic, political dialogue in Venezuela could emerge.
The fourth Thursday in November is a national day of thanksgiving in the United States.
The flow of illicit narcotics across the U.S.-Mexico border fuels violence in both countries and at our shared border. It is incumbent on both countries to address this challenge.
Today, Veterans Day, America pauses to honor these men and women, and the values of duty and sacrifice they represent.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that it is listing the military and great green macaws as endangered under the Endangered Species Act.
As demonstrated by the 8.4 earthquake that generated a 5 meter tsunami in some locations of the Chilean coast on Sept 16, 2015, improved tsunami detection is a mutual interest for both the United States and Chile.
The United States remains concerned about the arrest of Venezuelan opposition leader Manuel Rosales.
Secretary of State John Kerry visited Haiti this month with a message of support from President Barack Obama and from the American people.
On the second Monday of October the United States commemorate the voyage of discovery by Europeans to the Americas and the man who led it, Christopher Columbus.
U.S. sanctions five Mexican businesses for support of Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generacion.