The State Department is hiding a classified report on Palestinian refugees that insiders say could be a game changer in how the United States approaches the situation and allocates millions in taxpayer funds to a key United Nations agency, according to multiple sources briefed on the situation.
A relative of two U.S. citizens imprisoned in Iran is pressing President Trump to increase the administration’s efforts to bring them home after his elderly father was rushed to the hospital this week for the fourth time in the last year.
The State Department touted the work of the Southern Poverty Law Center and George Soros’s Open Society Foundation in announcing a new grant extended to British organizations to create a program teaching high school students about the United States’ tactics in countering hate crimes.
The State Department is advising Americans who plan on traveling to North Korea to write their wills and make funeral plans before entering the communist country.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson addressed department staff on the issue of sexual harassment on Friday, highlighting throughout his remarks that “values matter.”
The State Department waited nearly one year before standing up an independent investigative panel, known as an Accountability Review Board, to probe the unexplained attacks on U.S. personnel working in Cuba and their family members.
The State Department is spending $50,000 for conferences aimed at getting more female bloggers in India.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday compared the actions of Huma Abedin, a longtime aide to two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, to other cases when individuals have been severely punished for mishandling classified materials.
The State Department released emails Friday that investigators found on Anthony Weiner’s laptop which were sent from his estranged wife—former top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin—some of which contained classified information.