In the backdrop of Russia's war on Ukraine, Power said she will not allow the country to "blame the latest spike in food and fertilizer prices on sanctions and on the United States."
At least 2,207 people have died, 344 are missing, and 12,268 have been injured in the disaster's aftermath.
"We are reviewing USAID public websites and social media to archive content that could pose a risk to certain individuals and groups," USAID told AP.
Democrats in Congress have opened the door to begin funding overseas abortion for the first time in half a century.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov described the hacking claims as "abstract" and said they would not impact the upcoming Biden-Putin summit.
Only eight tons worth of U.S. aid out of 368 provided to Venezuela in 2019 actually reached the nation amid political and economic turmoil in the country that has led to a humanitarian crisis.
President Trump issued a very important, and perhaps under-appreciated, executive order this week on religious liberty.
USAID officials also said it was important to recognize that the U.S. "is not the only donor in the world focusing on the COVID-19 outbreak."
"Violence is a sickness and we always have to give it medicine," says Pastor Arnold Linares.
Tom Price is in the West African country to survey its post-Ebola recovery and offer U.S. support.
The assault on USAID–backed soft-power agencies has been ignored by Trump and Tillerson.
The majority of the deaths from the 7.5-magnitude earthquake occurred in Pakistan.
Millions are at risk of starvation, injury and death in the war-torn country.
The Tarakhil Power Plant provides little electricity to the Kabul grid.
Emerging powers are resorting to mechanisms like the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank to achieve their ends.
"A good education can lift you from the most humble circumstances into a life you never could have imagined."
Die-hard USAID officials undermined a deal that would have freed the American