A new State Department initiative will let American citizens sponsor refugees fleeing danger.
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The State Department's network of consulates are keeping tourists and business travelers in limbo.
The former secretary of state died today at the age of 84 after a long and complicated career in U.S. foreign policy.
The government has had ample time to figure out how to provide standard visa services in the face of COVID-19, but it’s come up short.
Supplying the Ukrainian army hasn’t stopped Putin.
The Government Has Struggled To Resettle Evacuated Afghans. A New Program Will Let Private Citizens Pick Up the Slack.
With tens of thousands of Afghans awaiting assistance, the initiative will capitalize on local knowledge and turn resettlement into a bottom-up process.
Amir Meshal was never charged with a crime.
Both liberals and conservatives could take some lessons from the U.S. State Department's list of cities that it recommends Afghan refugees relocate to.
The entire federal workforce is required to be vaccinated. So why is the federal bureaucracy still operating as if routine public interactions are a public health threat?
Massive passport-processing delays, due to COVID restrictions and staffing shortages, are ruining summer travel plans and prompting fantastical workarounds.
The State Department Fought To Allow 'Ghost Gun' Files and Won. Why Is It Still Trying To Remove Them?
Despite its victory, the State Department is insisting that a court order to allow the files to spread is not yet technically in effect.
President Joe Biden's promised return to normality will unfortunately extend to his administration's foreign policy.
The president-elect's forthcoming nomination of Antony Blinken as the country's top diplomat suggests an appetite for continuing America's role as the globe's policeman.
The Secretary of State places himself among the ranks of Republican officials willing to humor, but not quite endorse, Trump's claims that he in fact won the election.
State Department Demands Spouses of Gay Diplomats, U.N. Staff Get Legally Married to Visit—Even if They Can't
An absurdly petty intersection of anti-gay and anti-foreigner policies.
Pompeo says he's learned a lesson about American interventions in the Middle East, but can he be trusted?
"The president has been very specific, at times, on this," Paul said. "He said 'it is time to get out of Afghanistan.'"
Paul says Mike Pompeo, Trump's pick to be the next secretary of state, will repeat the foreign policy mistakes of the past two decades.
The new "unique identifier" for sex offenders stigmatizes people who pose no threat.
Kurt Volker, the McCain Institute's well-connected executive director, has been appointed special representative for Ukraine negotiations.
But the event's sponsor says its visa approval rate was remarkably high and that no other country could offer such access.
State Department reverses Obama ruling and permits construction of Keystone Pipeline.
The agency already tried to get out of the requirements once.
New Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Asks Staff to Apply Lessons of Changing World Conditions to Domestic Change Too
No other nomination for high-level department positions requiring Senate confirmation has been made yet.
'The top U.S. diplomat responsible for everything from negotiating international climate agreements to resurrecting the Keystone XL Pipeline'
Turns out there's still time for October surprises.
Is plastic gun printer Cody Wilson an 'open source terrorist' or a free speech hero?
Maybe focus on protecting American data, not seeking revenge for Clinton's embarrassment?
The plaintiffs argued that the newly mandated stigma is unconstitutional.
In 3D-Printed Gun Case, Federal Court Permits Speech Censorship in the Name of Alleged National Security
Prior restraint keeps blueprints off the Internet.
The Democratic nominee continues to minimize her email "mistake" at the State Department.
Here's why calling Donald Trump 'reckless' doesn't pack that much of a punch.
Dozens paid lots of money and got meetings.
How does this square with the candidate's stated foreign policies?
The transcript clearly shows otherwise.
The Democratic nominee's proxies argue that she was merely reckless with the facts.
James Comey confirmed that the Democratic nominee has repeatedly misled the public about her State Department emails.
James Comey says justice demands proof of criminal intent, even when the law doesn't.
Why did the FBI recommend against prosecuting her for gross negligence in handling classified material?
Newly revealed emails indicate the former secretary of state was concerned about more than just "convenience."
The Democratic frontrunner is painted as stubborn, self-isolated, and unaccountable in IG's report.