On the first Monday of September every year, the United States pauses to honor its workers and the contributions they make to our nation’s prosperity.
The United States remains deeply concerned by the gross human rights abuses and violations detailed in a recent United Nations Human Rights report on Venezuela.
The United States stands with refugees and the international community to support refugees, asylum seekers, and displaced persons worldwide.
Socialism has taken a heavy toll on the people of Venezuela, and it is time for Nicolas Maduro to go, said Vice President Pence.
Mine Awareness Day provides an opportunity for the world to reflect on both the progress made and the challenges that remain in clearing landmines and unexploded ordnance.
During his travels in South America, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis called the ongoing tragedy in Venezuela a “human-imposed condition.”
Due to extreme hardships brought about by the Maduro regime, many Venezuelans are fleeing the country.
Maduro has used a drone attack as a pretext to crack down on Venezuela’s opposition by unleashing the regime’s secret police.
On a recent visit to Brazil, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis empasized the shared values of the “hemisphere's two largest democracies.”
The Nicaraguan government of Daniel Ortega is virtually “waging war on the Catholic Church,” said Vice President Pence.
The White House strongly condemned “the ongoing violence in Nicaragua and human rights abuses committed by the Daniel Ortega regime in response to protests.”
The United States is in the midst of its most severe drug epidemic since the 1980s.