"Top-level leadership must take responsibility for nearly running the organization into ruin."
State Dept. Responds to Benghazi Attack by Sinking ‘Huge Amount’ Into Security in Netherlands, Norway
House committee also postpones hearing with one of the State Department scapegoats until September.
Admiral argues to skeptical lawmakers that the intercept tests "all the way up to the point of failure did everything they needed to do."
Egyptian general reportedly had to explain to State Department's Burns why the Muslim Brotherhood was bad and leading the country on the road to ruin.
“Shamefully, veterans who served our country return from deployment and too often struggle to find a job or a place to call home."
Between their 2016-style addresses, Rendell says "Republicans have to get out of this idea that it's evil to raise revenue."
Administration says the pact is about national security, but the Emirates called the shots in a way that could seriously wound U.S. airlines and jobs.
Not only did Rosoboronexport just sell an anti-aircraft system to Syria that could be used against us, but Afghans will have trouble using and maintaining what we bought them.
Directs a review to consider suspending aid to new Egyptian government -- something the administration didn't budge on during Morsi regime.
"Shame on President Kirchner," Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen tells PJM after relentless AMIA bombing prosecutor not allowed to come to Washington.
Does the White House understand why protesters hate the administration? What about that military aid Kerry just delivered? And will Iran's new prez enjoy legitimacy?
Obama urged "to send a clear message to Correa that his ill-considered actions will not go without consequences" as Correa calls off trade deal, offers us human-rights training grant.
Right after administration tries to evade court-ordered payments to tribes and before half a million Indians are expected to face ObamaCare penalties.
Jarrett Keynotes Pentagon’s Gay Pride Event, Touting Obama’s ‘Most Significant Civil-Rights Accomplishment’
Similar gay-pride events were being held at other U.S. installations including Kandahar and Bagram air bases in Afghanistan.
Negotiated whats? Russia and China all too happy to show the world that they hold the cards, not Washington.
"These things seem to be compounded by time — that's what happened with Watergate," he said in an interview. "This is the drip, drip, drip, drip."
Senate Appropriations Committee throws some money at the problem on day Concerned Veterans for America event delves into a more complex solution.
Senators remind Kerry that Obama's intent "to seek negotiated cuts with Russia to move beyond Cold War nuclear postures" may run afoul of the Constitution.
No decision made on women SEALs or Rangers, but leader warns "a decision made by a single service can have rippled effects across the SOCOM enterprise."
Because bases continue to sell Playboy and Maxim, Morality in Media argued to the Defense secretary, "now our military is reaping what it has sown."
"There has been a constant drift of constitutional interpretation in Washington, and that drift has only gone in one direction."
Is Obama moving a loyalist next to Brennan to mold the agency back to pre-9/11 policy or is he trying to wipe his slate of scandals?
Agency director to critical senators: "I do think what we're doing does protect American civil liberties and privacy."
Snowden's leaks to the media follow another contractor in Hawaii, for the Defense Department, who leaked secrets to China.
Privacy stalwarts peel away from White House on the left while on the right Rand Paul sees his signature issue ascend.