FILE - Gay activists are seen at a rally at the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., June 26, 2013.
Most remarkable physical reminder of legendary American Indian is slowly falling into ruin on a lot behind a trading post in Cache, Oklahoma
One of the most fascinating people in U.S. history was Quanah Parker, the last chief of the American Indian tribe, the Comanche. He was the son of a Comanche warrior and a white woman who had been captured by the Indians. Parker was a fierce warrior until 1875 when he led his people to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and took on a new, peaceful life. As VOA’s Greg Flakus reports from Cache, Oklahoma, Quanah’s image remains strong among his people, but part of his heritage is in danger of disappearing.
The release of recovering Ebola patient Nina Pham from a Washington area hospital on Friday was a boost for the Obama administration, which has come under intense criticism for its handling of the Ebola cases that have so far appeared on U.S. soil. As VOA White House correspondent Luis Ramirez reports, that scrutiny continued Friday on Capitol Hill.
Few firms will invest heavily in developing drug that benefits small number of people
Secretary of State says before there could be any talks, US needs to be certain that communist nation is prepared to live up to its obligations
A recent survey shows more than four in 10 Americans are worried they or a relative might catch the Ebola virus, even though so far there has only been three confirmed Ebola cases in the United States. VOA's Carolyn Presutti reports.
A U.S. nurse who earlier this month contracted Ebola from a patient in Texas has been pronounced free of the disease, while at the same time, New York City authorities have announced the discovery of their first Ebola case. VOA's George Putic has more.
New agreement calls for transfer of operational control to be 'conditions-based approach,' meaning there is no specific deadline for handover of combined forces on Korean peninsula
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Agricultural tourism is a fast growing sector of US economy
Fun on the farm is in full swing across the United States, as many farms host festivals and other activities to attract tourists. Whether visitors go to pick their own apples, take a wagon ride, or wander through a corn maze, they all want to have a unique experience. This trend, called agricultural tourism, has become a fast growing sector in the U.S.
For financial reasons, foreign producers are finding their iconic Kenyan landscapes elsewhere, notably South Africa
Alexander Beltran Herrera responsible for kidnapping three Americans whose plane crash-landed in Colombia
Kerry calls allegations serious but says they won't deter US-led coalition in fight against militants
Steadily deepening engagement in local politics pays off for politicians like Chinese-American Judy Chu
Nina Pham, Texas nurse who treated first Ebola patient in US, received no experimental drugs; WHO expects vaccine surge in 2015
US Embassy in Bangkok told VOA Friday Cobra Gold 2015 exercises set for February will be 'refocused and scaled down'