The United States' top security priority in the Western Hemisphere is stopping transnational criminal organizations from harming American communities through the drug trade and its attendant violence.
“The profits from investment and tourism flow directly to the military. The regime takes the money and owns the industry."
USAID and Pan American Development Fund celebrate the success of Haitian entrepreneurs.
U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Thomas Shannon in remarks at the Organization of American States, decried the humanitarian hardships that have overwhelmed a majority of Venezuelans.
U.S. and Mexican officials emphasized the need for a shared strategy to work together in the fight against transnational organized crime, particularly related to drug trafficking.
Memorial Day honors no single battle or war. Its meaning transcends heroic monuments. Rather, it is the recognition by a grateful nation that lives and blood lost in defense of its freedoms are never given in vain.
President Donald Trump is determined to maintain the United States as a global energy leader and foster energy security for the American people.
Tarek Sakr is a Syrian-born Canadian citizen who has conducted sniper training in Syria and periodically travels to Turkey. Farah Mohamed Shirdon was born in Toronto, Canada of Somali parents, in 1993. He joined ISIS in 2014.
Ending illegal immigration to the United States is a top priority of the Trump administration.
May 3rd is World Press Freedom Day, a day of observance was established by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization to raise awareness of the importance of press freedom,
Maduro’s government has delayed gubernatorial elections that were to be held last year derailed a recall referendum against his government, and jailed, threatened or otherwise is seeking to silence the political opposition.
The United States “echoe[s] the Venezuelan people’s calls for prompt elections, respect for the constitution and the National Assembly, and freedom for political prisoners.”