The commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt had two direct calls with top Navy aides before his warning about the dire situation on board leaked publicly.
The United States continues sending military aid to Egypt despite its worsening human rights situation. Could the death of a detained American change that?
Request undercuts Trump’s claim that the U.S. has enough tests and medical equipment.
U.N. and relief agencies warn the coronavirus pandemic could leave an even bigger path of destruction in the world’s most vulnerable and conflict-riven countries.
Foreign diplomats claim briefers from the mayor’s office say no specific measures are planned to protect them.
Beijing is using the outbreak to boost its reputation for global cooperation while Washington plays the blame-Beijing game.
A senior lawmaker fears drastically reduced U.S. diplomatic and aid footprint could pave the way for Islamic State comeback.
The appointment of White House aide Sean Doocey could douse hopes of change for a battered and bruised State Department bureau.
Esper already faces an uphill battle in trying to push through potential cuts to Africom. New legislation could make that even tougher.
The Trump administration is upset that too much of it is falling into the hands of Houthi rebels.
The most comprehensive study to date shows that State has in some ways become less diverse than it was in 2002.
The White House plans to divert $3.8 billion from across the Department of Defense to build Trump’s long-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Allegations of mismanagement at the U.S. Embassy in South Africa go unaddressed.