The Massachusetts senator sees her Native heritage as a point of pride, while the president treats it as a punchline. We can't let him.
Unsafe procedures are killing women at high rates, and U.S. policy is part of the problem.
The nation could see its first peaceful transfer of power since its independence in 1960, but observers worry about election irregularities.
Dec. 1 marks the 30th World AIDS Day—and despite leaps forward in medicine and awareness in affluent parts of the world, it’s still a big problem elsewhere.
Donald Trump maintains that weapons manufacturers generate 1 million jobs. A new Reuters report suggests that number is wildly overstated.
Forced into early marriages, teenage girls drop out of school and endure domestic violence, early pregnancy and exposure to HIV.
Seyni Malick Diagne is one of dozens of Mauritanians forced out of the U.S. despite calls from human rights organizations.