FILE - Scars of the early days of the war in 2014 remain fresh, Donetsk region, Ukraine, March 6, 2016. (L. Ramirez/VOA)
'Jazz is perhaps the most honest reflection of who we are as a nation. Because after all, has there ever been any greater improvisation than America itself?,' said President Barack Obama
Pentagon says USS Stennis, its accompanying vessels were refused entry into port
Trump took his presidential campaign to California Friday, bypassing protesters, as he addressed party officials in state that could decide Republican nominee for November election
Latest example of Washington’s quandary played out Friday as US, Russian officials worked to reinforce cease-fires in Latakia and Eastern Ghourta, including talks between US Secretary of State Kerry and Russian FM Lavrov
Federal records show Ching Ning Guey pleaded guilty to disclosing restricted information while working for US government-owned electric utility
Russia will maintain some level of tension with the West for domestic political reasons, one analyst notes, but it's different from friction during the Soviet era
Fear and anger abound as Carrier facility moves jobs to Mexico, but will presidential candidates’ responses factor in as voters go to polls?
On the presidential campaign trail in the Midwest state of Indiana, a top concern is the loss of manufacturing jobs, which many workers blame on trade agreements like the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA. As VOA's Kane Farabaugh reports, while several presidential candidates oppose such accords, they cannot necessarily expect support from workers facing unemployment.
Michael Vannak Khem Misiewicz draws six-plus years in prison, plus a $100K fine; nine others have been charged in connection with scheme
Ask supporters of Democratic front-runner in US presidential campaign, and they’ll tell you Republican presidential candidate is playing a dangerous hand
People often underestimate what young children can learn and handle. One 9-year-old boy in Baltimore, Maryland, has made adults think twice. His passion for 3-D printing got him to the White House, and a meeting with President Barack Obama. VOA's June Soh has more on the boy who has future plans to help and give back to society. Carol Pearson narrates.
At Vatican conference on regenerative medicine, Vice president notes that cancer kills more than 3,000 people each day in US alone
World's third richest man to host annual meeting of shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway Incorporated, which has become known as 'Woodstock of Capitalists'
The number of girls who grow up to be scientists is low compared to boys. A science museum in Denver is working to change that, by giving thousands of girls the chance to meet women in science and be inspired to seek a science career. From Denver's Girls and Science Day, Shelley Schlender reports.
Science museum in US works to catch girls’ interest as early as possible by offering chance to meet women in STEM fields and be inspired to pursue similar careers
Administration statement says 'smart guns' would boast enhanced safety features to make it difficult or impossible for unauthorized users to fire them
US Central Command's Joseph Votel says probe found tragedy was result of 'extraordinarily intense situation' that included multiple equipment failures
Since 1947, ‘mermaids’ have fascinated tourists at central Florida’s Weeki Wachee Springs State Park with their fluid movements and synchronized ballet. Performing underwater has its challenges, including cold temperatures and a steady current, as VOA’s Lin Yang and Joseph Mok report.
President Barack Obama has nominated Lieutenant General Thomas Waldhauser to lead AFRICOM, the US military's Africa Command