FILE - Police vehicles are seen on an Ohio street
With many young people around the globe facing peer-to-peer bullying, teens in Maryland school decided to document own struggles
Teens at a high school in Maryland are fighting back against bullying with creativity. For the second consecutive year, students in Mathew Parsons’ health studies class at Sherwood High School are writing and producing films about what’s become a global problem for young people.
More than 2,000 National Guard soldiers have been deployed in Ferguson to guard against more rioting
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel Resigns
Resignation comes 'under pressure,' New York Times reports, citing senior administration officials
Anti-corruption activists say final communique fell short of expectations and failed to fully address systemic problems
Secretary of State Kerry says real progress has been made during last several days of talks, and officials have a better idea what a final agreement will look like
Obama, who hosted Modi in Washington in September, will in January become the first US president to visit India twice
Once again, President Barack Obama is defending his executive order shielding millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation, as Republican lawmakers decry the move but have yet to specify what, if anything, they plan to do in response. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports from Washington.
After talks on Syria with Turkish President Erdogan, US vice president concludes visit by meeting with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew
President urges Republicans to pass legislation if they dislike executive orders he issued to address status of millions of illegals in US
Hailed for early accomplishemnts in office, Barry made international headlines when caught in 1990 smoking crack cocaine in DC hotel room
Situation in Ferguson hinges on whether white police officer will be indicted for August shooting death of unarmed black teen; decision could come Monday
Approval came after US officials said President Barack Obama had issued new guidelines expanding the US military's ability to respond to militants
At Vienna P5+1 meeting with Iran, US Secretary of State Kerry reportedly suggests pushing negotiations beyond self-imposed November 24 deadline
Muhammed Murdi Issa al-Zahrani, who spent 12 years there, deemed no longer a threat to US interests
Sergei Lavrov says Western leaders seek sanctions that will ruin Russia's economy, incite protests
Seventh high-level probe finds no intelligence failure, no bid to block rescue attempt by the CIA
Melinda Gates, co-founder of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, has been awarded the annual Chatham House Prize for making the most significant contribution to improved international relations. VOA's Henry Ridgwell reports from London.