How a Saudi crown prince lost U.S. lawmakers.
The "largest women's empowerment program" was supposed to benefit 75,000 women.
Private enterprise helps global economic development in ways besides simple charity.
The heart of the potential for conflicts of interests is not the Trump business empire. It's the presidential power to steer benefits to particular interests.
Bombs shouldn't be taking the place of aid.
With an off-hand remark, the president indicates the status quo of U.S.-supported Israeli occupation is fine with him.
U.S. Military Industrial Complex Gets Huge Subsidy in the Form of Record-Breaking Aid Package for Israel
Israel is fully capable of funding its own defense, but now they'll have billions more to spend on U.S. weaponry.
An experiment in international aid hits a snag.
Ima Matul was a victim of forced labor, or labor trafficking. In the U.S. and around the world, it's as common if not more common than sex trafficking.
South Sudan, described as an "American creation," has been at war almost since its independence in 2011.
In the case of CIA torture, hard hearts mixed with soft minds to further a policy that was not only grotesque, but unwise.
Aid-dependent Liberian leaders neglect the needs of their people to please Western benefactors.
Mythbusting naysayers about third-world development
On top of a previously appropriated $24 million
Over the next three years
Dispute over ban against giving money to institutions working in occupied areas
Reason's science correspondent sends a third dispatch from the U.N. Climate Change Conference
Death toll currently at a little over 2,300
To fight poverty and promote economic growth
Over a decade since U.S.-led invasion