The Biden administration said it has approved the emergency sale of nearly 14,000 rounds of ammunition worth more than $106 million as Israel intensifies its military operations in southern Gaza.
Victor Manuel Rocha was a State Department employee for more than 20 years. Prosecutors say during that time and in the 20 years since, he acted as an illegal agent for Cuba.
Federico Klein joined other Trump supporters in one of the most violent episodes of the Jan. 6 siege — a mob's fight with outnumbered police for control of a Capitol tunnel entrance.
Josh Paul tells NPR why the U.S. response to the Israel-Hamas conflict pushed him to quit the bureau that oversees arms transfers to foreign nations. Experts say it's unlikely to change much.
The five school districts were among school systems located in counties with populations of 35,000 or fewer invited to participate in a series of workshops that guided them through the process of developing innovative programs.
The Bureau of Global Health, Security and Diplomacy, housed in the State Department, will plan for the next pandemic. We interviewed its director, virologist and global health leader John Nkengasong.
Carter was a Mississippi journalist and civil rights activist who as State Department spokesman informed Americans about the Iran hostage crisis and later won awards for his televised documentaries.
He spent Friday and Saturday in Atlanta meeting with the CDC, Mayor Andre Dickens and HBCU leaders. He also gave the commencement address at Georgia Tech.
Passports are in "unprecedented demand," U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said. In 2022, the State Department issued a record 22 million passports — and 2023 is on track to break that record.
The U.S. declaration that Saudi Arabia's crown prince should be considered immune from a lawsuit over his role in the killing of a U.S.-based journalist breaks from Joe Biden's campaign denunciations.
President Biden has issued an executive order to try to improve efforts to free American hostages and detainees, senior administration officials told reporters.
The U.S. announced another series of sanctions against Russia Thursday, which include the world's largest diamond mining company and a Russian warship manufacturer.
The U.S. is also proposing U.N. sanctions in response to North Korea's six ballistic missile launches since September, each of which it says "were in violation of UN Security Council resolutions."
Military hospital ICU resources are at full capacity and the embassy has been forced to "create temporary, on-compound COVID-19 wards," according to a note sent to embassy staff.
The State Department says its updated policy "takes into account the realities of modern families" and advances in reproductive technology.