State Department to North Korea: Refrain from provocationsState Department warns North Korea against provocations, after the country’s leader says they are close to a test launch on an ICBM.
White House: report of meetings with PA officials 'fabrications'US officials deny reports John Kerry met with PA officials to plan anti-Israel UN resolution
American ambassador asks to stay in IsraelAmerican ambassador Dan Shapiro has asked the State Department to let him stay in Israel until the end of the school year.
Trump: I haven't chosen Secretary of State yetPresident-elect rejects claims Exxon CEO has been selected for Secretary of State, says Mitt Romney still in the running.
State Department: Regulation Law is 'profoundly damaging'State Department spokesman blasts Regulation Law, says Washington is deeply concerned about it.
'Time to dump the anti-Israel crowd in the State Department'Chairman of Republican Party in Israel tells Arutz Sheva State Department officials actively preventing moving of US embassy to Jerusalem.
Israel and the American-Indian questionAs State Department condemns Jewish "settlements", embittered American Indians see Thanksgiving as glorifying American "settlements."
US State Department "concerned" over Amona LawUS State Department speaks out against bill to save Amona from destruction.
Iran to ship out excess heavy waterState Department says Iran is taking steps to ship out heavy water produced in excess of limit set under its nuclear deal.
Kerry tells State Department staff to cooperate with TrumpSecretary of State instructs State Department officials to fully cooperate with President-elect and ensure peaceful transfer of power.
State Department releases more Clinton emailsState Department releases 357 of the 15,000 Clinton emails uncovered by the FBI.
State Department blasts new Jerusalem constructionState Department says U.S. is strongly opposed to "settlement activity" after Israel approves new homes in Jerusalem's Gilo neighborhood.
What is Obama planning for Israel in his final months?Report suggests White House preparing possible last-ditch attempt at achieving two-state solution before Obama's term ends next January.
Did Clinton steal State Department furniture?Former Clinton security agent tells FBI that Democratic nominee took government furniture to her private residence.
Washington 'grateful' to B'tselemWhile Israel condemned the willingness of B’tselem to speak against Israel last week at the UN, Washington took a different approach.
Israel rejects State Department criticismForeign Ministry clarifies that construction of homes in Shilo is not "new settlements".
Washington ‘deeply troubled’ by possibility of new 'settlement'The Obama administration has “strongly condemned" Israel for plans to construct housing on land in Judea and Samaria
State Dept. to run 2 sessions on anti-Semitism in EuropeState Department including two sessions at a conference on religion on how best to combat anti-Semitism throughout Europe.
State Department blacklists senior Hamas memberUnited States adds former Hamas interior minister Fathi Hammad to its "global terrorist" list.
State Department on Netanyahu's video: 'Inappropriate'United States unhappy with Netanyahu's use of the term "ethnic cleansing" in video on the PA's desire to have no Jews in its future state.
State Dept. ordered to release Clinton emails on September 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.: It's unclear if Russia has stopped using Iranian air 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 ordered 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 Department 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 Israel's 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.
Israel: Criticism of 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 Department blasts 'corrosive' Israeli constructionState Department spokesman issues scathing condemnation of Israeli plans to build new homes in Jerusalem neighborhood of Gilo.
Watch: Pokemon invades US State Department briefingIt seems not even the State Department can get away from the wildfire game PokemonGo.
Watch: State Department spokesman admits to secret Iran documentState Department spokesman admits public was kept in the dark about side deal that would lift some of the nuclear restrictions on Iran.
State Department 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.
US State Dept. funds aided Israeli left's election 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 of terror biased against IsraelZOA compares official U.S. condemnations of terrorism around the world to be blatantly biased against Israel.
State Department blasts Israeli 'systematic 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 revealed: 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 Department: Israel shouldn't punish innocent PalestiniansState Department says Israel's response to Tel Aviv attack should take innocent Palestinians into consideration.
State Department condemns 'cowardly' Tel Aviv 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 world's top terror sponsorNew report reveals Tehran remains leading global terror sponsor despite nuclear deal, ISIS is the largest single threat in the world.
State Department: ISIS is 'greatest terror threat in the world'Annual report finds ISIS remains the greatest worldwide terrorist threat, while Iran is still the leading state sponsor of terrorism.
State Department admits deleting parts of briefing on Iran dealState Department admits parts of footage from a 2013 press briefing on talks with Iran were intentionally deleted.
US State Department issues Europe-wide travel warningCatholic gathering in Poland and Euro 2016 cup in France both likely terror targets, State Dept. warns.
Obama admin's breathtaking 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?
Judge orders 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 Israeli soldiers to Nazis deeply concerning'State Department: PA UN envoy’s likening of Israeli soldiers confronting stone throwers to Nazis is concerning.
Revealed: State Department delayed special Benghazi unitDocuments exposed by Fox News show State Dept. missed its own date for investigation of scandal clouding Clinton's run.
United States 'doesn't consider the 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's 'settlement' resolutionState Department spokesman won't say whether the United States will support anti-Israeli resolution, but also rules nothing out.
US criticized over backing illegal EU building for PalestiniansRegavim: 'State Department should condemn EU for blatant disregard of international law, creating illegal facts on ground.'
MK: State Dept. criticism causes Palestinians to avoid talksMK Michael Oren says American criticism of Israel weakens the confidence of Israelis and also causes the PA to avoid peace talks.