Up to $1 million is available to anyone with information that can lead to the dismantling of the Laos-based Xaysavang Network.
Former Washington Post writer will head strategic communications for the Middle East Peace Process
Ken Francis Hackett arrives in Rome
The first female secretary of state reveals a secret hobby in her Twitter bio
Secretary of State John Kerry makes a statement about the situation in Syria
Hogan’s Heroes, non-positions and a reporter who won’t give up
Fireworks are in place and set to explode Wednesday on Capitol Hill over whether the U.S. military could have done more to save the four trapped U.S. diplomats who died in Benghazi last September 11.
Amid North Korea’s threats of war, Secretary of State John Kerry is making his first trip to Asia, a place his is less familiar with than Europe or the Middle East.
Secretary of State John Kerry has lost several heavy hitters to his opposing centers of power- the Vice President’s office and the National Security Council.
The Obama White House will be watching Kerry’s words closely in the initial months.
If there’s one thing every incoming U.S. Secretary of State learns fast, it’s that Britannia is a needy and insecure partner, constantly seeking reassurance that America loves and values her.
Freed from any more elections or politics, Kerry’s diving into the State Department like a gleeful kid in a candy shop.
A suicide bomber detonated an explosive device in Ankara, Turkey right outside the U.S. embassy, killing himself and an embassy guard. UPDATE: White House responds, calling it “an act of terror.”