Peace Corps News
Obama Visits Vietnam, Seeks to Strengthen Ties
President Obama meets with Vietnamese leaders to discuss trade, including the U.S decision to lift its lethal arms embargo against the Southeast Asian country.
President Obama Announces The Peace Corps Coming To Vietnam For First Time
The Peace Corps is officially coming to Vietnam for the first time. In a press conference in Hanoi, President Obama announced the Vietnamese government approved the volunteer organization setting up operations in the country Their group’s main focus will be teaching English to Vietnamese students.
'10% Happier with Dan Harris' and 'Billions' Co-Creator Brian Koppelman
The co-creator of the TV show "Billions" sat down for ABC News' Dan Harris' livesteam podcast to discuss his practice of Transcendental Meditation.
Meet the Youtube Stars That Interviewed President Obama
ABC News' Serena Marshall chats with Swoozie, Ingrid Nilsen, and Destin Sandlin.
Peace Corps Victims' Advocate Claims She Was Pushed Out
The woman hired by the Peace Corps to help fix the way the government agency treats its volunteers who are victims of sexual assault has been pushed out of her position on what she claims were trumped up charges to silence her dissent in the agency, as newly revealed documents indicate the Peace
Hillary Clinton Knew American Killed in Mali, Describes Her as 'Loving Mother'
Hillary Clinton knew Anita Datar, an American woman who died in the violent hostage crisis in Mali , describing her a "loving mother" and the representation of "the best of America's generous spirit." "I knew Anita as the loving mother of a wonderful 7-year-old boy and the former partner of David
Mali Hotel Attack Survivor Barricaded Himself as Gunmen Stormed Grounds
A man who survived an attack on a popular hotel in Mali 's capital described barricading himself in a room with his employees in an effort to avoid the gunmen. Mukesh Chellani, a businessman from Indian, said he and his employees locked themselves in a room at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Mali's
Mali Hotel Attack: US Citizen Among 21 Dead, American Govt. Looking for Others
At least 21 people died Friday -- including a U.S. citizen, the State Department said -- after 170 people were taken hostage at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Mali in West Africa, according to the Mali Ministry of Interior. The attack, conducted by at least two people, began in Mali's capital city of
American Killed in Mali Attacks Was Mother and Peace Corps Volunteer
The American woman who was killed in the Mali hostage situation was a mother and public health worker who once volunteered for the Peace Corps , her devastated family said. Anita Datar, 41, was one of at least 21 killed Friday -- according to the Mali Ministry of Interior -- when gunmen attacked
Pope Francis Addresses Congress at US Capitol
The pontiff touched on immigration, the death penalty, climate change and the refugee crisis.