Former Republican Congresswoman Jean Schmidt faces a $2,500 fine for not reporting legal assistance provided by a pro-Turkish group, reported the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Recent graduates looking to start careers in Washington, DC are encouraged to apply to the Fall 2016 session of the ANCA’s Hovig Apo Saghdejian Capital Gateway Program
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) swore in its new Mission Director for Armenia, Deborah Grieser, a veteran of humanitarian and developmental missions across the globe.
Representatives Adam Schiff, Frank Pallone and Robert Dold released a statements Thursday following the German Bundestag’s historic vote to recognize the Armenian Genocide.
The Armenian National Committee of America urged Congressional leaders to redouble their efforts with the Obama Administration to ensure full implementation of the Royce-Engel peace proposals.
Senior House Foreign Affairs Committee member Brad Sherman called on the State Department to conduct a “Leahy Law” investigation of Azerbaijani war crimes
The first Armenian Genealogy Conference was held at the Armenian Cultural and Educational Center (ACEC), in Watertown, Mass., on the weekend of April 9-10.
The Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) released its Senate and House primary endorsements for the states of California and Nevada ahead of the highly anticipated June elections.
Citizens concerned about the safety of Garo Paylan, a member of the Turkish Parliament attacked due to his Armenian identity, can now call upon the State Department, Amnesty International, and Human Rights Watch to speak out in his defense, using the Armenian National Committee of America’s dedicated portal: www.anca.org/Paylan.
The United States has called on Armenia and Azerbaijan to resume negotiations on a peaceful resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict following last month’s upsurge in fighting that threatened to spark a full-scale Armenian-Azerbaijani war.