By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
The State Department and the Treasury said 39 Syrian individuals, including Assad and his wife, had been designated for the new sanctions.
Democrats are demanding that the White House hand over all records related to President Donald Trump’s latest firing of a federal watchdog.
By Colleen Slevin, Associated Press
Under a ruling from a federal appeals court, the U.S. State Department is once again being ordered to consider whether to grant an intersex person a passport that does not specify a gender.
By Zoe Rohrich
In a media briefing Wednesday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said China was “the first country to know about the risk to the world from this virus. And they repeatedly delayed sharing that information with the globe."…
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases across the U.S. has surged past 11,000, and officials expect it to rise quickly in the coming days. Meanwhile, the Senate is working on a huge economic aid package, and President Trump is waiving…
In our news wrap Friday, Delta Air Lines is reducing flights by 40 percent since the pandemic has triggered a decline in travel demand. The company is halting all flights to continental Europe for the next 30 days. Also, Iraq…
By Matthew Lee, Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
The investigation determined dozens of people were "culpable" in 91 cases of sending classified information that ended up in Clinton's personal email, according to a letter sent to Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley this week.
The secretary of state's de facto chief of staff, Michael McKinley, announced his retirement after a nearly four-decade career as a diplomat. He did not mention the Ukraine situation that is now at the center of an impeachment probe.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he was on President Trump’s call with the leader of Ukraine and that “it was consistent with what President Trump has been trying to do to take corruption out." Pompeo sat down with Judy…
By Elana Schor, Associated Press
A State Department proposal released Thursday would put a cap on the number of refugees at 18,000 for the fiscal year that starts Oct. 1.
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