FILE - The White House is pictured in Washington D.C.
Chinese state media and pro-Beijing news outlets in Hong Kong have published a series of articles in recent days, accusing the National Endowment for Democracy of funding and advising the protesters
Irina Walker, the third daughter of former Romanian King Michael I, pleaded guilty to hosting cockfights on her Oregon ranch
For second time in little more than a month, man jumps White House fence; intruder apprehended with help of Secret Service dogs
An American arrested and held for nearly six months in North Korea has returned home to the United States to hugs and tears of joy from his family. As VOA correspondent Meredith Buel reports, analysts say it is still too early to tell whether the release is an effort by Pyongyang to improve relations with Washington.
Health systems in the West African countries worst hit by Ebola are struggling to contain the epidemic. A report from a British charity accuses Western countries of recruiting hundreds of doctors and nurses from Africa, severely weakening the frontline health services in the very countries where the disease has taken hold. Henry Ridgwell reports from London.
U.S. citizens of Latin American descent, or Latinos, could play an important role in the midterm elections November 4, when Americans vote for members of the U.S. House of Representatives, a third of the Senate, and other state and local officials around the country. VOA's Mike O’Sullivan reports that in states like California, Latinos are a core constituency for Democrats, but both parties face a challenge in getting their vote.
Pentagon spokesman Colonel Steve Warren says two of 28 bundles dropped by US for Kurds fighting Islamic State militants did not make it to allies
Gold medalists Carl Lewis and Usain Bolt help kick off #TargetEbola campaign
A recent survey shows more than four in 10 Americans are worried they or a relative might catch the Ebola virus. VOA’s Carolyn Presutti takes a look at why Americans are so anxious about a virus that, so far, has led to only three confirmed Ebola cases in the United States.
Attorney representing Michael Brown's family says autopsy offers no insight into why police officer killed teen
As November 4 midterm elections loom, Latino activists, who are mostly Democrats, say they are disappointed and angry with president over immigration reform
Trial focused on the 2007 killings of 14 Iraqis and wounding of 17 others, jury is expected to continue deliberating on other counts
Guinea group's members find strength by encouraging each other, educating broader communities
Pyongyang abruptly released Jeffrey Fowle on Tuesday with no explanation, except to say he was freed following 'repeated requests' from US President Obama
In the final days of the midterm campaign, Democrats and Republicans alike try to tap into what polls suggest is growing anxiety and apprehension
In final days of midterm campaign, Democrats and Republicans alike try to tap into what polls suggest is growing anxiety and apprehension
Armed Forces of Philippines says Private First Class Joseph Scott Pemberton is being held at Camp Aguinaldo, under US custody
Recent opinion surveys reflect an undercurrent of unease among American voters ahead of the November 4 congressional, state and local elections. A Gallup poll says the Ebola virus and the threat posed by Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria are among the top 10 issues Americans consider the most important facing the country. VOA’s Cindy Saine reports from Capitol Hill on the “fear factor” in the 2014 elections.
Polls say the Ebola virus and the threat posed by Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria are among the top 10 issues facing the country