Middle East/North Africa
Iraq's ambassador said Iran has offered “all the help literally to replace America.”
McCain said he is "very pleased" his "friend" Clinton can join this year’s forum.
Jen Psaki said the United States is "disappointed" in the move by the PLO.
The State Department is investigating reports that a toxic chemical was used on a village.
Iran is converting the other half into oxide, which is used to fuel reactors.
An envoy said the U.S. has violated its obligations as the U.N. host country.
"The things that Kerry said...are worrying," a Cabinet minister said.
Members of Congress say Kerry's comments have set back the peace process.
The legislation now heads to President Obama, who is facing a difficult veto decision.
Senate Republicans on Wednesday said they would keep pressing for answers from the Obama...
Legislation to bar Iran's ambassador to the U.N. sets up a political quandary.
"I may fail. I don’t care,” Kerry told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
The president defended the "tireless" work of Kerry on a Middle East peace deal.
Kerry was hoping for a framework deal by next week.
The Obama administration on Tuesday announced that it would partially relax a restriction on...
The strikes come days after a video of a large al Qaeda gathering surfaced.
A host of news outlets and privacy rights groups are urging a federal appeals court to keep the...
The previously undisclosed trip is the second Boehner has made as Speaker.
Paul said those who take a hard-line stance against it are “voting for war.”
Congress has passed legislation to prevent the diplomat from entering the country.
Carter said Hillary did little for peace, and praised John Kerry's tenure at State.
On Tuesday, the secretary of State seemed to blame Israel for a recent impasse.
The Republican Jewish Coalition slammed Kerry for laying the blame on Israel.
Kerry and Power have pushed for the use of military force.