President Barack Obama, Aug. 28, 2014.
As many as 100 Americans, 900 Europeans thought to have traveled to Iraq and Syria to join groups like the Islamic State
Iranian state broadcasts allowed to air on European satellites for additional six months
Grand juries are among the most mysterious and secretive of US judicial institutions, little understood by most Americans, much less foreigners
Financial institution disclosed investigation after FBI said Wednesday it was investigating media reports that several US financial companies have been victims of recent attacks
Widespread infestation by Asian insect called psyllid again highlights danger of transferring non-native species to American soil officials say
Florida's citrus fruit industry is facing a serious threat from a bacteria carried by the Asian insect called psyllid. The widespread infestation again highlights the danger of transferring non-native species to American soil. VOA’s George Putic reports.
Commerce Department report says second-quarter growth is faster than previously thought
On Monday, a district court ruled against a request by the Iraqi government for US authorities to seize a disputed shipment of Kurdish oil
Actors wed in small private ceremony Saturday in France
President spoke to reporters at White House Thursday, moments before meeting with his national security team on crises in Iraq and Syria
US aircraft conducted three more strikes Wednesday against IS targets in the vicinity of Irbil and the Mosul Dam
Asylum applicants must prove that the government in their home country was involved in their persecution, or was unable or unwilling to stop it.
Hama Amadou is one of country's leading opposition members
Four defendants allegedly killed 14 Iraqis and wounded 18 at a traffic circle in Baghdad in 2007
Cmdr. Kevin Stephens says personnel on small boat dispatched from US Coast Guard patrol boat fired single shot when it saw crew on nearby Iranian dhow aiming one of its two .50-caliber machine guns at them
Instructor Charles Vacca was standing next to the girl Monday at a shooting range in Mohave County, south of Las Vegas, when she squeezed the trigger
NASA estimates it could spend almost $12 billion developing initial rocket, and potentially billions more to build and fly heavier-lift next-generation boosters
Three young entrepreneurs are hoping to revolutionize the high-end sock industry by introducing all-American creations of their own. And they’re doing most of it the old-fashioned way. VOA’s Julie Taboh recently caught up with them to learn what goes into making their one-of-a-kind socks.
Small company makes luxury American dress socks at knitting mill in North Carolina