Islamist militants staged twin suicide car bombings on an army base and a French-run uranium mine in Niger on Thursday, killing at least 20 people.
CNN Foreign Affairs Correspondent Elise Labott slammed Deputy Spokesman Patrick Ventrell for saying that the State Department hasn't had access to transcripts of interviews with upcoming witnesses in the Benghazi hearing scheduled for Wednesday.
In Boston, former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords briefly addressed the crowd when received the "Profile in Courage" award from Caroline Kennedy for her continuing fight for gun control legislation.
At least one person died and several people were injured on Sunday, after hardline Islamic activists calling for the enactment of an anti-blasphemy law clashed with Bangladesh police, in the capital Dhaka.
Nearly eight months after the Sept. 11 attack on a United States Consulate in Libya, a career diplomat is raising new questions about a possible cover-up.
Israeli warplanes have carried out strikes in Syria twice in the last three days, and now Israel is deploying two batteries of its Iron Dome rocket defense system to the north of the country.
Seven American soldiers were killed in Afghanistan, including two by an Afghan soldier who opened fire on them. This coincides with the start of the Taliban's spring offensive.
Obama says that as commander in chief he doesn't like to rule things out, but he doesn't foresee a scenario in which American boots on the ground would be good for the U.S. or good for Syria.
Disgraced former Gov. Bill Richardson (D.-N.M.) had some sharp words for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz today on an interview with This Week with ABC News, saying that he doesn't think Sen. Cruz "should be defined as a Hispanic."
Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., says the administration's talking points on the Benghazi attacks were harmful to the FBI's investigation into the attack.
Multiple reporters pressed State Department Deputy Spokesman Patrick Ventrell on Tuesday about reports of the CIA giving Afghan President Karzai bags of cash for "various purposes" in addition to other U.S. aid. "Doesn't this fuel corruption?" one reporter asked.
Jan Crawford speaks to a Los Angeles small business owner that says he is unsure how the new health care law will affect him and that the federal government has offered little guidance about how to implement it.
The State Department has had a "Free Press" campaign for the past two weeks. Each day the Department highlights an imprisoned activist or journalist facing unreasonable conditions and imprisonment from countries around the world.
The United States is taking a fresh look at whether to provide weapons to Syria's rebels after having rejected the idea previously, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Thursday.
Liberal Chick is back and wants Leftist to sign a petition banning pressure cookers banned in light of the Boston Terrorist Attack. The sad thing is she finds dozens of college students ready to outlaw them.
Female soldiers stationed in Afghanistan have been able to connect with the women living there who are not allowed any contact with men outside their families.
Thousands of demonstrators joined May Day rallies from San Francisco to Los Angeles Wednesday, demanding an overhaul of immigration laws Wednesday in an annual, nationwide event.
An American citizen has been sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in N. Korea, a sentence that may be a negotiating ploy to entice U.S. diplomats.