It’s your turn to #AskJen your important foreign policy question! Join a Twitter Q&A with @StateDeptSpox on April 21 at 2:15 PM EDT.
Widespread and gross human rights violations have been and are being committed by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. — UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in North Korea
Have you ever wanted to visit the Red Planet? On April 25, join an out-of-this-world virtual field trip to Mars to learn more about Mars Curiosity Rover, NASA’s mission to Mars, and more!
Your galactic travel agents, the U.S. Department of State, NASA, and Google’s Connected Classrooms, want to inspire young minds and get classrooms excited about STEM. Join students around the world for the field trip of a lifetime!
Mission Mars: Virtual Field Trip launches at 2 pm EDT (6:00 PM GMT), and you can join the conversation on social media by using #MarsFieldTrip.
Did you know that the Department of State uses 3-D printing technology to create models of landmines and military ordnance to train demining technicians on how to safely clear explosive remnants of war in post-conflict countries around the world?
Learn more about the Department of State’s efforts in STEM on DipNote and at www.state.gov/stem.
Guys. The Vice President just joined Instagram. Follow him —> @VP.
Vice President Biden and #SecKerry unveil the #FIFA World Cup trophy during the first U.S. stop of the FIFA World Cup #TrophyTour. #SportsDiplomacy
One year later, even if you were miles from home, no Bostonian will forget this day. Remember the victims, honor the heroes. We are Boston Strong. — Secretary Kerry, April 15, 2014
A moment of silence to honor the victims of last year’s Boston Marathon bombing.
#SecKerry poses for a photo with athletes from local youth #soccer organizations and Sports Envoys Cobi Jones and Tony Sanneh at the @StateDept. #TrophyTour #SportsDiplomacy