State Department blasts Hevron constructionState Department condemns government approval for the planning of new housing for Jews in Hevron as "settlement expansion".
U.S.: Unclear if Russia stopped using Iranian baseState Dept. acknowledges reports that Russia ended its use of an Iranian air base to strike Syria, says it's unclear if they are true.
State Department spokesman grilled on IranState Department spokesman admits public was kept in the dark about side deal that would lift some of the nuclear restrictions on Iran.
State Dept: Don't punish innocent PalestiniansState Department says Israel's response to Tel Aviv attack should take innocent Palestinians into consideration.
Obama admin's Israel-Iran double-standardState Dept. slams 'right-wing' Israeli coalition - but what did it say when anti-US extremist was appointed to Iran's Assembly of Experts?
Did US officials meet with pro-terror Arab MK?MK Hanin Zoabi, under investigation for terror ties, visits Washington. State Dept. rep won't say if she met with US officials.
State Dept. 'aware' of reported chemical attacksState Department spokesman: Washington is aware of reports that chemical weapons were used in Syria, but can't confirm them.
State Department condemns Sha'ar Binyamin attackState Department issues statement condemning attack in which American citizen Tuvia Yanai Weissman was murdered.
'Russian sale of jets to Iran violates arms ban'State Department's Mark Toner denounces reported Russian sale of Sukhoi-30 jets to Iran.
State Department: Judea-Samaria labeling not newState Department's Mark Toner says the reissued guidelines on labeling Judea and Samaria products do not supersede prior rulings.
US indicates Abbas lied about peace talksState Department shoots down Abbas's claims his negotiation attempts were snubbed by Netanyahu, saying it isn't aware of the attempts.
Weak US response to Iran executing AmericanWatch spokesperson give lackluster answer to report Iran executed dual citizen despite US requests, promising only to 'raise concerns.'
Obama to move forward with refugee programState Department says Obama administration is committed to admitting 10,000 Syrian refugees despite refusal by 24 states.
Obama approves of EU labeling of Jewish productsObama administration says labeling 'not a boycott,' because 'settlements aren't part of Israel,' and adds: 'we label too.'
Watch: Obama Can't Blame Palestinians for TerrorSpokesman says demand to 'end incitement' is same for Abbas and Netanyahu, throws in Temple Mount red herring.
US Denies Reports it Threatened IsraelState Dept. says reports that Obama caused Netanyahu to fold on Judea-Samaria construction with veto threat are 'false.'
State Dept. 'Doesn't Need to See' Iran Side DealsSpokesman claims side deal with IAEA that US not allowed to see 'is nothing secretive'; deals have Iran inspect own nuclear weapons sites.
State Dept 'Deeply Concerned' by ConstructionState Department says Israel’s planned construction in Beit El and Jerusalem threatens the two-state solution.
Kerry 'Doesn't Agree' that Russia a ThreatState Department spokesman says Kerry doesn't agree with top general's assessment that Russia is an existential threat.
U.S. Throws its Support Behind Israel"We support Israel’s right to defend itself," says U.S. State Department. Netanyahu thanks Obama.
U.S. Monitoring Iran's Activities in SudanThe United States says it is monitoring a visit by two Iranian warships to a Sudanese port this week.
U.S. Condemns Israel Over Beit El ExpansionU.S. says "Israeli settlement activity undermines peace efforts" after PM Netanyahu announces 300 new homes for Beit El.
US Confident Iran Nuclear Talks Will OccurDespite disagreements over venue, US officials say they are confident nuclear talks between Tehran and the P5+1 will proceed next week.
U.S. Criticizes Approval of Shilo Housing UnitsThe United States criticizes Israel for approving 500 housing units for Shilo: Israel’s “settlement activity” not “constructive”.
Putin: US to Blame for Election ProtestsRussian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has accused the United States of stirring the pot in Moscow over this week's parliamentary vote.