Today's meeting between Obama and Muhammadu Buhari is an opportunity for a reset.
On this week's Africa Day, African countries can learn much from one another.
Here are four things the US needs to do to further support Nigeria in the wake of elections.
The US has to figure out how to make the trade agreement work.
War is already raging, right now, all over the world.
Secretary of State John Kerry said political interference is unacceptable.
Worldwide, we see that young people are not being protected by their governments.
Obama said there would be "setbacks" in the fight but defended his overall strategy.
The U.S. cannot afford to intercede in each global conflict.
This week's summit offers an essential opportunity to advance LGBT rights.
The U.S. is helping the search for 300 schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram.
We need to rethink our assumptions about counterterrorism assistance.
In a continent with many "presidents for life," Nigeria shows the way forward.
The Nigerian military says scores of Boko Haram terrorists were killed.
The peaceful transition promised by Nigeria's outgoing president is a milestone.
The country holds elections on Saturday, and the stakes have never been higher.
The country faces both an upcoming election and Boko Haram.
It is high time the US and its allies give this burgeoning problem the attention it deserves.
Senegal and Nigeria reacted quickly to Ebola and now both are free of the disease.
Twin statements came on six-month anniversary of kidnapping of hundreds of girls.
How do we help young people take a positive turn, rather than the path to violence?
A high-level security source confirmed the escape, AFP reports.
The Nigerian government signed a contract worth more than $1.2M with a Washington PR firm.
Military means are proving less than adequate in the fight against Islamic extremism.