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By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
Multiple American citizens were killed and injured in the Taliban's 13-hour siege of an upscale hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan, the State Department said Tuesday.
By PBS NewsHour
Haitian Ambassador Paul Altidor says he is surprised and disappointed to hear reports that the U.S. president targeted his country with vulgar language in a policy discussion about immigration with members of Congress. Altidor sits down with Judy Woodruff to…
By Associated Press
The State Department has released emails from Huma Abedin, a top aide to Hillary Clinton, that were found by the FBI on her husband's laptop.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
The Trump administration on Friday recognized the results of Honduras' disputed presidential election despite opposition complaints.
At the UN on Friday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson backed off comments he made this week about open talks with North Korea -- a marked shift in tone after months of tough statements from President Trump and others. William…
What do officials know about the attempted morning attack of a New York subway and the motives of the alleged bomber? Nicholas Rasmussen, outgoing director of the National Counterterrorism Center, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the difficulties of preventing such…
President Donald Trump says media speculation that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will leave his job soon is “fake news.”…
By Jill Colvin and Josh Lederman, Associated Press
U.S. officials and individuals familiar with White House plans have spoken about the possibility of a broad shakeup in President Donald Trump's national security team. But the timing of such a change is unclear.
Top-level foreign service personnel cuts at the State Department is the subject of pointed new criticism by a former U.S. ambassador. In a letter written for the Foreign Service Journal, Barbara Stephenson of the American Foreign Service Association railed against…
Two more U.S. government workers have been confirmed to be victims of invisible attacks in Cuba, the United States said Friday, raising the total to 24.
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