NASA's next manned spaceship will be Orion, a capsule designed to carry astronauts into deep space. It will not be a wholly American project, however. An agreement has been reached for the European Space Agency to build Orion's service module. That contains the guts of the spacecraft-- propulsion, power, etc. ESA will build the module to NASA's standards and specifications.
It's an interesting decision. ESA has yet to be involved in building manned spacecraft, and now it's to deliver a critical part of the ship that will carry America back into space. There's also a political angle. Thousands of American space workers lost their jobs when the space shuttle program ended, yet a good chunk of the next American spaceship program will now go to Europeans. Congress may grumble about that.