“We would put our record against any record around the world,” says State spokeswoman.
Gen. Dempsey's and Jen Psaki's statements about Israel are not hard to reconcile.
Kiev called it a "direct invasion" and NATO warned of Russian "combat troops."
The White House, by contrast, does not see the group currently threatening the U.S.
State expresses concern over access to wreckage in eastern Ukraine.
His spokeswoman has come under fire over comments on Ukraine and Russia.
A State Department spokesperson said martial law is permitted by the Thai constitution.
The State Department pushed back against a story quoting John Kerry behind closed doors.
Putin responded on Tuesday morning, blaming a coup in Ukraine for causing instability, fear.
Israel's defense minister allegedly called Kerry "messianic."
“We, of course, welcome the announcement ... that an initial amount of priority chemical materials...
The comments came despite controversial comments from that country's foreign minister.
Representative from 60 countries will meet in Brussels on Wednesday.
Kerry's meeting comes amid a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.
Spokeswoman said it's “premature” to say whether the agreement will require Senate’s OK.
Netanyahu reportedly admonished U.S. "not to ever second guess me again."
The State Department’s facilities in Iraq are currently operating on a “normal status.”
Cantor slammed a unity government with Hamas that was sworn in Monday.
The schoolgirls were kidnapped by Boko Haram, an extremist group.
Sergey Lavrov had implied the U.S. was pulling the strings in Ukraine.
“We remain deeply concerned about the ongoing lack of freedom of expression and press freedom in...
“We're not working with, we are not coordinating with Iran," said a State official.
In a letter to Congress, Obama said he could take further action to protect Americans.
“It's not about blame – this is a challenging, difficult, complicated issue,” said State...