State Dept. to release Clinton emails on Sept. 13Federal judge orders the State Department to start releasing 15,000 additional Clinton emails starting on September 13.
State Department blasts Hevron constructionState Department condemns government approval for the planning of new housing for Jews in Hevron as "settlement expansion".
US to citizens: Get out of GazaThe US State Department has issued a warning to its citizens to leave Gaza, as Israel continues to defend itself from Gaza rockets.
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 Dept. to review thousands of Clinton emailsJudge orders the State Department to review and determine the potential release of 14,900 documents in Clinton's private email saga.
US State Dept sought to buy from Clinton donorJust a few weeks after Hillary Clinton stepped down as Secretary of State, the State Department made overtures to one of her largest donors.
US 'deeply concerned' by plans to relocate AmonaUS rips possible Israeli plan to relocate Samarian town to nearby site.
US sued over aid to IsraelA lawsuit claims that US aid to Israel is illegal, since Israel won't sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
'Criticism on construction lacks factual basis'Foreign Ministry rejects criticism of planned construction in Gilo, says the real obstacle to peace is Palestinian rejection of Israel.
State Dept blasts 'corrosive' Israeli constructionState Department spokesman issues scathing condemnation of Israeli plans to build new homes in Jerusalem neighborhood of Gilo.
Pokemon invades US State Department briefingIt seems not even the State Department can get away from the wildfire game PokemonGo.
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.
US denies intentionally funding anti-Bibi campaignUS State Department acknowledges giving money to activist group but claims had no idea group would then turn to partisan politics.
State Dept. funds aided anti-Likud campaignState Department grants for Arab-Israeli peace used for infrastructure later used by Israeli left during 2015 Knesset election.
State Department reopens Clinton email probeState Department reopening internal investigation into whether Clinton and her top aides mishandled classified information.
ZOA: U.S. condemnations biased against IsraelZOA compares official U.S. condemnations of terrorism around the world to be blatantly biased against Israel.
State Department blasts Israeli 'land seizures'State Department uses unusually strong language in condemning Israel's plans to build in Maale Adumim and in Jerusalem.
Brexit restored sovereignty to the UK - now it must be Israel’s turn.The intellect of so many in Israel’s governments have led them along the dead end path of the peace process, forcing them to taste the bitter fruits of appeasement.
Benghazi report: Surprise allies, security snafusSacrificed for politics: 4 Americans die as State Department worries about offending Libya. The rest rescued by Qhaddafi supporters.
Kerry meets diplomats who urged Syria strikesSecretary of State John Kerry meets American diplomats behind the so-called "dissent channel" cable.
United States blacklists Syrian jihadist groupState Department declares the Yarmuk Martyr's Brigade a global terrorist threat.
State Dept: Don't punish innocent PalestiniansState Department says Israel's response to Tel Aviv attack should take innocent Palestinians into consideration.
State Department condemns 'cowardly' attackState Department spokesman offers condolences to Israel following shooting attack in Tel Aviv.
Those old State Department Arabists just won't retireThey seem to crave the publicity, because there is no other logical reason for their behavior.
State Department: Iran still top terror sponsorNew report reveals Tehran remains leading global terror sponsor despite nuclear deal, ISIS is the largest single threat in the world.
State Dept.: ISIS the greatest terror threatAnnual report finds ISIS remains the greatest worldwide terrorist threat, while Iran is still the leading state sponsor of terrorism.
State Dept admits deleting parts of Iran briefingState Department admits parts of footage from a 2013 press briefing on talks with Iran were intentionally deleted.
US State Department issues Europe travel advisoryCatholic gathering in Poland and Euro 2016 cup in France both likely terror targets, State Dept. warns.
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?
Testimony in Clinton saga to remain sealedFederal judge backs request by Clinton aide to prevent video of her testimony in email saga from being released to the public.
US voices concern over new Israeli coalition'Most right-wing coalition in Israel's history raises legitimate questions', says State Department spokesman.
'PA envoy likening soldiers to Nazis concerning'State Department: PA UN envoy’s likening of Israeli soldiers confronting stone throwers to Nazis is concerning.
Revealed: State Department delayed Benghazi unitDocuments exposed by Fox News show State Dept. missed its own date for investigation of scandal clouding Clinton's run.
U.S. 'doesn't consider Golan a part of Israel'State Department spokesperson rejects Netanyahu's comments that the Golan will forever remain under Israeli sovereignty.
Washington 'keeps options open' on PA resolutionState Department spokesman won't say whether the United States will support anti-Israeli resolution, but also rules nothing out.
US criticized for backing illegal EU constructionRegavim: 'State Department should condemn EU for blatant disregard of international law, creating illegal facts on ground.'
'State Dept. causing Palestinians to avoid talks'MK Michael Oren says American criticism of Israel weakens the confidence of Israelis and also causes the PA to avoid peace talks.
US protests demolition of illegal Arab buildingsUS State Department criticizes Israel for enforcing building laws on Arabs in Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria.
US 'appalled' by Syrian regime's breach of truceState Department slams airstrikes on a school and hospital near Damascus that killed over 30 people, including 12 children.
State Dept. condemns UNHRC 'blacklist' decisionUnited States condemns resolution calling for a blacklist of businesses operating in Judea and Samaria, says UNHRC is biased against Israel.
State Department welcomes recapture of PalmyraUnited States welcomes the victory of Syrian President over ISIS in historic city of Palmyra, despite concern over his brutal record.
US State Department webpage erases IsraelUS visa application website lists other countries by name including Iran, but avoids any mention of Israel.
Washington condemns 'outrageous' attack in YafoState Department condemns Jaffa attack in which American tourist was killed. Victim identified as Taylor Allen Force.
State Dept: We take N. Korea's threats seriouslyState Department calls on North Korea to stop its provocations, after it threatens a nuclear attack on the United States and South Korea.
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.
Clinton aides to be questioned in email probeFederal judge rules that aides to former Secretary of State should be questioned under oath.
Who rejected United States-North Korea talks?Wall Street Journal reports North Korea rejected American offer for peace treaty. State Department says the opposite happened.
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.
Two classified Clinton e-mails deal with IsraelState Department releases two e-mails on Israel as part of latest batch of former Secretary of State's messages.
America 'unsure' where Iran's uranium was storedState Department official says Washington doesn't know the precise location of the uranium Iran shipped out to Russia.
US: Bid for Israeli-Arab peace not on the agendaUS State Dept. denies reports John Kerry traveling soon to Israel to broker new peace talks with Palestinians.
State Dept. spox loses patience with Arab reporterJohn Kirby refused to let Arab reporter Said Arikat corral him into condemning slain Border Policewoman as 'occupier.'
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.
Washington urges rebels to drop demands for talksUnited States says Syrian opposition should attend peace talks and drop its demands for aid to besieged areas.
State Department slams Jericho land demarcationUS State Dept. says Israeli acquisition of 15 dunams 'calls into question' its commitment to two states; UN's Ban says he is 'worried.'
State Department backs Shapiro's criticismState Department spokesman says there was "nothing new" in Ambassador Shapiro's critique of Israeli policy in Judea and Samaria.