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WASHINGTON — In an inspiring display of unity and enthusiasm, activists from across the United States met with elected officials on Capitol Hill to bring attention to critical issues facing[...]

By Tracey Tully and Benjamin Weiser NEW YORK (New York Times) — It had been a busy Thursday for Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey. He was in Washington presiding[...]

After he took office, President Joe Biden declared, “Diplomacy is back.” Top aides Secretary of State Antony Blinken and national security adviser Jake Sullivan repeated the mantra. Their implication? The Trump era’s[...]

WASHINGTON — Mesrop Mashtots created not only the Armenian alphabet, but also composed Armenian church music called sharagans (Armenian hymns or liturgical chants). This is known to Armenian clerics, but not to the[...]

By Kenneth P. Vogel WASHINGTON (New York Times) — As tensions flared over disputed territory in the Caucasus region in the summer of 2020, Azerbaijan’s squadron of high-priced Washington lobbyists[...]

WASHINGTON — A bipartisan and bicameral group of lawmakers led by Rep. Dina Titus (D-NV) is planning to introduce the first-ever Azerbaijan Sanctions Review Act this week, Azerbaijani media’s Washington[...]

WASHINGTON — The 109th commemoration of the Armenian Genocide took place on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, April 17, at the Capitol Visitors Center, in a bipartisan event in collaboration with[...]

WASHINGTON — The Armenian Assembly of America recently welcomed two new Board of Trustees Members, Armine Afeyan and Seta Kiremidjian, who join the following Board Members re-elected for another term:[...]

WASHINGTON — Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian has been named the 2023 Sheriff of the Year by the Major County Sheriffs of America (MCSA). The award was presented to Sheriff[...]

WASHINGTON (Public Radio of Armenia) — The Armenian Embassy in the US in January hosted a reception on the occasion of the 32nd anniversary of formation of the Armenian Armed[...]