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The official government page was updated to tout Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's speech on his faith.
The president appeared to say he has also driven on the wrong side of the road in a foreign country.
Officials blamed the incident on a “training error.”
After 14 years of imprisonment without charge, Abdul Latif Nasser thought he was finally going home. Then Donald Trump won.
The malady resembles a brain injury that affected U.S. personnel in Cuba.
Some have reported experiencing dizziness, headaches, tinnitus, fatigue and cognitive issues.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the State Department has established a task force "to direct a multi-agency response to the unexplained health incidents."
The announcement from the secretary of state comes after two White House employees resigned amid to domestic abuse allegations.
The president maintains he didn't just build on Obama's strategy. Don't fall for it.
U.S. Embassy staff had experienced hearing loss, dizziness, cognitive issues and difficulty sleeping.
Members of Congress pushed for new sanctions to punish Moscow for interference in the election.
The boy's birth certificate lists one parent as a U.S. citizen, which should entitle him to citizenship as well, the lawsuit argues.
The State Department will move to retrofit an existing building, rather than construct an entirely new one.
A draft of the Defense Department's new nuclear strategy says the U.S. could respond to certain “non-nuclear attacks” with nuclear weapons.
John Feeley says he felt "honor bound" to resign.
Trump's immigration crackdown could deport people to Mexican states now deemed as dangerous as Syria or Yemen.
The State Department said Pakistan could receive the funding if it takes decisive action against terrorism.