The House Oversight Committee says it has subpoenaed John Kerry for Keystone XL pipeline documents.
"It's becoming more than just a coincidence. I think it's now a pattern," he said.
Marie Harf says she had "no knowledge" of the editing.
She needs to shift the discussion to one about cybersecurity.
John Kirby highlighted the "almost xenophobic ideas" in the White House race.
The agency warned that "terrorist groups continue to plan near-term attacks."
Whether the State Dept. labels ISIS violence 'genocide' or not, civilians must be protected.
Clinton seems unfazed, but the sheer volume of emails that were marked classified seems problematic.
The new force is intended to "integrate and harmonize" anti-terrorism efforts.
A bipartisan bill will allow taxpayers to know how and where their dollars are spent.
The work of the Benghazi committee is needed if its findings can help prevent the future killings...
Did her actions at the State Department lead to secret information being exposed to hackers?
The RNC's demands are "very broad and very complex," the State Department claimed.
Jen Psaki attributed the deletion to "incompetence or lack of experience."
The Department admitted the 2013 video was intentionally edited.
But a State Department human rights report has ignited a firestorm of controversy in Morocco.
State must bring an average of 1,500 Syrian a month to meet Obama's goal by September.
Most Defense Department aid programs are opaque, both to US taxpayers and local populations.
Imagine GOP front-runner Trump making every general election debate about Clinton's FBI...
The department wants to delay by a month the final batch of Clinton's emails.
"They just want it all to end. BAD!"
The former secretary of State was nothing short of masterful under 11 hours of grueling testimony.
The Foreign Relations chairman says Kerry isn't responding to lawmaker concerns on Syria.
Gowdy says he's never mentioned Clinton's name in three hearings.