#US

  • Article: We Need to Tackle Poverty and Inequality to End the HIV Epidemic in the US
    OpinionHealth

    We Need to Tackle Poverty and Inequality to End the HIV Epidemic in the US

    Feb. 14, 2019

    Rates of HIV diagnoses have remained stable — but not among all groups. Read more

  • Article: Western Governments Are Selling Arms That Reach 'War Crime' Militia Groups in Yemen, Warns Amnesty
    Citizenship

    Western Governments Are Selling Arms That Reach 'War Crime' Militia Groups in Yemen, Warns Amnesty

    By Imogen Calderwood|Feb. 8, 2019

    Amnesty International claims “out-of-control” militias are getting their hands on the weapons. Read more

  • Article: Activists Launch the First Anti-FGM Network in the US
    Girls & Women

    Activists Launch the First Anti-FGM Network in the US

    By Daniele Selby|Feb. 7, 2019

    Approximately 500,000 girls are at risk. Read more

  • Article: Former White House Chef Will Use Lottery Prize to Feed the Homeless
    Food & Hunger

    Former White House Chef Will Use Lottery Prize to Feed the Homeless

    By Jerica Deck|Jan. 31, 2019

    The chances of him winning were one in 1.4 million. Read more

  • Article: The World Is Investing in Ending Neglected Diseases More Than Ever Before
    Health

    The World Is Investing in Ending Neglected Diseases More Than Ever Before

    By Imogen Calderwood|Jan. 30, 2019

    And the US and the UK are the world’s biggest investors. Read more

  • Article: This Program Empowers the World's Girls by Bringing Health Classes to Their Communities
    Water & Sanitation

    This Program Empowers the World's Girls by Bringing Health Classes to Their Communities

    By Joe McCarthy|Jan. 18, 2019

    “We’re arming girls and young women to make decisions for themselves.” Read more

  • Article: How the Government Shutdown Could Hit America’s Poor the Hardest
    Food & Hunger

    How the Government Shutdown Could Hit America’s Poor the Hardest

    By Daniele Selby|Jan. 11, 2019

    The future of crucial assistance programs like food stamps are uncertain. Read more

  • Article: Expensive US Health Care Isn't Adequate for Women, Study Finds
    Health

    Expensive US Health Care Isn't Adequate for Women, Study Finds

    By Jerica Deck|Dec. 20, 2018

    The US had higher maternal mortality rates and more women with chronic health issues. Read more