U.S. President Barack Obama was preparing to announce Osama bin Laden was dead when word got out and crowds gathered outside the White House in Washington and at Ground Zero in New York City. Derek Henkle reports.
As news of Steve Jobs’ death spreads, VOA’s Derek Henkle reports many people are celebrating a much accomplished life.
President Obama discusses his decision on withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan, and the status of America’s relationships with Pakistan and NATO in this VOA News exclusive interview, edited and produced by Derek Henkle.
The recommendation that healthy people should be able to use an AIDS drug to prevent contracting the HIV virus has many advocates hoping the U.S. goal of an “AIDS-free generation” may actually be more within reach. VOA’s Derek Henkle has more.
As President Obama works to build support for his new jobs plan, VOA’s Derek Henkle tells us about one company — and one family — that are now thriving because of the first round of stimulus spending.
Even in tough economic times, Americans are giving generously to charities that claim to help US troops. But does the money really go to support soldiers? Derek Henkle investigates.
New research in Africa confirms that a once-a-day pill, used to treat patients infected with the virus which causes AIDS, also works to prevent HIV infection in healthy people. Derek Henkle reports from Washington.
As a gang shooting targets mourners, shuttering U Street in Northwest DC, Derek Henkle assists with vision and interviews as part of the team coverage on Fox’s affiliate in the nation’s capital.
A new theatrical effort, aimed at educating Americans about Afghanistan is making its debut in Washington. As Derek Henkle reports, the epic-like saga is raising social awareness about a key area of U.S. foreign policy.
There are newfound concerns that Turkey may be drifting away from the West. As Derek Henkle reports, some just-released numbers also show a marked decline in popularity for President Barack Obama.