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By Associated Press
The United States struggled Thursday to pick up the pace of American and Afghan evacuations at Kabul airport, constrained by obstacles ranging from armed Taliban checkpoints to paperwork problems.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
It recommended that the State Department clarify its policies to better define tasks that are inappropriate for staffers and make it easier to report alleged violations. The department accepted all recommendations in its response to the report.
The U.S. State Department says the latest sanctions against Russian officials send a clear signal that there are consequences for their behavior.
By Ali Rogin
The State Department has so far received less than a quarter of the 315,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses it requested for employees in the United States and worldwide.
"The (People's Republic of China) maintains one of the most controlled, most oppressive, least free information spaces in the world," he said.
By Matthew Lee, Aamer Madhani, Darlene Superville, Associated Press
“America is back. Diplomacy is back,” Biden said in brief remarks to the State Department staff. "You are the center of all that I intend to do. You are the heart of it. We’re going to rebuild our alliances”…
By Nick Schifrin
Up until now, Biden transition officials had shied away from publicly criticizing recent policy changes, but in an exclusive conversation with the PBS NewsHour, a transition official detailed a number of issues with the outgoing administration’s approach, singling out Secretary…
A change to Donald Trump’s bio on the department's website said the president's term ended Monday, raising questions and creating an internet frenzy.
By Laurie Kellman, Associated Press
The State Department on Wednesday rejected Democrats' charges of improperly firing its independent inspector general and defended its weapons sales to Saudi Arabia.
Akard's resignation also comes just two days after Democrats issued subpoenas for several of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's top aides to answer questions about the shakeup in the watchdog's office.
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