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U.S., Chinese officials hint at what's really bothering them at new bilateral summit.
The suspects 'look like they were hired by someone,' says law firm partner.
Kerry brouhaha shows difficulty of enjoying private life while in public office.
'Americans have been demanding answers' on Benghazi, the group says.
Lawmakers, advocacy groups worry nations were upgraded in the past to avoid diplomatic tension.
The Justice Department is holding its annual pride event; Secretary Kerry will address LGBT personnel issues.
National security aide has enemies on Capitol Hill.
The jobs of four State Department employees were put in limbo after the Benghazi attack.
Shooting comes two months after Venezuela expelled two other U.S. military attaches.
The U.S. needs to do more to ease the international adoption process.