sprayer marks a house after completion. Indoor residual spraying of homes with insecticides kills malaria-carrying mosquitoes and other pests.

This year, malaria will kill more than 400,000 people around the world. The vast majority will be kids in sub-Saharan Africa.

Teacher stands before students learning English as a second language at a high school in Lancaster, PA.

Success in teaching English depends a great deal on our ability to tap into advances in learning and technology.

Tour guide Sheldon Aires Nhantumbo with Jasmin Dawson and Jeffrey Richardson on a walking tour of Maputo in front of the the Cathedral de Nossa Senhora da Imaculada Conceição. (U.S. Department of State)

There are numerous challenges to maintaining professional outlets to stay connected to one’s career, skill set, and passions as an “Eligible Family Member” of a...

From the “Here” series — Esmarkbreen Glacier and Ymerbukta Bay in Oscar II Land, Spitsbergen, Svalbard, Norway, 2015 [Photo courtesy of Megan Berner]

Happy Earth Day! It’s always exciting to celebrate occasions that unite Americans with people around the world and help draw our attention to important causes....

Ambassador Glyn T. Davies and U.S. Embassy Bangkok host the Eco-Capitals Forum for a ribbon-cutting for their new solar array. [U.S. Department of State]

This Earth Day, we invite you to learn about how U.S. embassies and consulates are using American innovation to power eco-diplomacy around the world. Here in...

Chief Petty Officer Powers helps install concertina wire to secure an area, December 2010.

Today the State Department commemorates its 51-year partnership with the U.S. Navy Seabees. A Memorandum of Understanding, signed between the Department and U.S....

Picture of US Department of State seal

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