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The EPA goes head-to-head with the State Department over Keystone XL.
State Department officials turned the spaceballs over to NASA for examination.
A diplomatic report-card that rewards things like 'leading from behind' and 'preserving the relationship' is no way for the U.S. to lead globally.
Charles Woods supports a house resolution for a special committee on Benghazi.
The State Department could give soon the go ahead - or the ax - to the Keystone pipeline.
New kind of search could be fruitless as notorious leader might be dead, expert says.
Diplomacy between the U.S. and Egypt can't be done in 140 characters.
A new book shows just how well Hillary Clinton played the diplomacy game.
PARIS (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry headed for home Wednesday after making clandestine journeys to Iraq and Afghanistan, where he delivered a stern warning to Iraqi leaders about Syria and sought to patch up differences with Afghanistan's president.
A press eager to cheer on the troops got played in the march to war.