Several politicians have gone against their own COVID-19 restrictions and suggestions in order to host parties, weddings or attend large dinners.
The U.S. is currently in the midst of the worst phase of the pandemic so far. The State Department said it will take "every precaution" to protect guests.
The State Department announced that goods produced in the settlements, which are considered illegal under international law, can be labeled as "Made in Israel."
William Cohen warned that "we’re witnessing the decimation" of democratic institutions as the president refuses to accept defeat.
The secretary of state once asked NPR's Mary Louise Kelly to find Ukraine on a map. She’s calling back that encounter in a very satisfying way.
They're closing out the final days of Donald Trump's presidency the way they began: with total obedience.
"I think that it will not help the president's legacy," the president-elect said.
President-elect Joe Biden says the White House’s refusal to acknowledge the outcome of the 2020 presidential election is “not of much consequence.”
During a press conference, Secretary Mike Pompeo said there would be a “smooth transition to a second Trump administration” and did not mention President-elect Joe Biden.
The secretary of state smirked while responding to a reporter's question about how the State Department will engage with Joe Biden’s transition team.