Secretary of State John Kerry testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, March 12, 2014.
At least 17 wounded, rescue workers searching for people who may be trapped in debris of two collapsed East Harlem apartment buildings
Tens of thousands swarm through Austin, Texas Interactive conference which offers multiple events where entrepreneurs can showcase their talents
One of the most recognized toy names in the world -- known by children and adults alike -- is LEGO. The LEGO building block may be more than 50 years old, but its fans continue to grow across all ages. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles on this LEGO phenomenon.
Glenn Ford, the longest-serving death row prisoner in the state of Louisiana, was released after new evidence showed he was innocent of the murder that put him behind bars
Joined by others, group calls on Moscow to cease all efforts to change status of peninsula in violation of Ukrainian, international law
LEGO building block may be more than 50 years old, but its fans continue to grow across all ages
Russia has made it clear that a flurry of diplomatic activity ahead of the Sunday referendum will have little effect on its plans to take control of the Crimean region
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk is meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama Wednesday, days before a referendum in Crimea where a Russian-speaking majority is likely to bring the strategic peninsula under Moscow's control. VOA's Zlatica Hoke reports.
Questions abound as to why airport officials did not check Interpol passport database thus allowing two men with stolen documents to slip through
The investigation into the Malaysian airliner which disappeared last Saturday has brought up questions about security, especially since two of the plane's passengers were traveling with stolen passports.
In rare show of unity, 403 lawmakers condemn Russia’s moves against Ukraine as violation of sovereignty, call for deployment of international monitors
US automaker General Motors is facing increasing pressure over its handling of a deadly defect in certain compact cars
CIA Director John Brennan has denied that his agency has hacked into lawmakers' computers, as the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee has charged. As VOA's Kent Klein reports, the dispute, made public on Tuesday, has been going on for years.
White House recognizes Russian interests in Crimea, but presses for non-military solution to political crisis
Navy Vice Admiral Michael Rogers questioned during Senate confirmation hearing as National Security Agency tries to recover from month's of explosive allegations
Tomnod Internet platform is available to everyone with a computer and Internet connection to help search for missing plane
After holding talks with Indian officials in New Delhi, US Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz says the law is hampering investment in India’s fast-growing nuclear energy sector
After acclaimed four-year world tour, more than 200 special masterworks by some of America’s finest artists return home, and exhibit curator reveals how museum founder helped American art become a significant global force
Agency personnel has been suspected of having jeopardized Senate's independence, ability to conduct oversight of government entities