State Department welcomes Assad 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 Department: We take North 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 Department 'aware' of reports of Syria 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 private email probeFederal judge rules that aides to former Secretary of State should be questioned under oath.
Who rejected United States-North Korea peace 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.
State Department: Russian sale of jets to Iran violates arms banState 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.
American official '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 insists new 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.
Watch: State Dept. spox loses patience with anti-Israel reporterJohn Kirby refused to let Arab reporter Said Arikat corral him into condemning slain Border Policewoman as 'occupier.'
State Dept. Spokesman: Judea-Samaria labeling not a new policyState Department's Mark Toner says the reissued guidelines on labeling Judea and Samaria products do not supersede prior rulings.
Washington urges Syria rebels to drop demands for joining talksUnited States says Syrian opposition should attend peace talks and drop its demands for aid to besieged areas.
Global condemnation floods in for 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 criticism of IsraelState Department spokesman says there was "nothing new" in Ambassador Shapiro's critique of Israeli policy in Judea and Samaria.
State Department condemns 'horrific' terrorism against IsraelisState Department spokesman condemns murder of Dafna Meir and wounding of Michal Froman, urges steps to restore calm.
US confirms Americans were abducted in BaghdadEmbassy, State Department reveal efforts to locate missing civilians, with Iraqi official saying they were kidnapped at interpreter's home.
State Department: Concrete poured into Arak nuclear reactorState Department confirms that concrete has been poured into the core of Iran's heavy water nuclear reactor.
US tongue-lashes Israel for its strategic 'new settlement'State Department slams 'illegitimate' expansion of Gush Etzion with key new compound, saying it 'undermines two state solution.'
State Department discussing Iran sanctions over missile testState Department in discussions with other agencies on imposing sanctions against Iran for an October 10 ballistic missile test.
State Department: Saudi Arabia execution may worsen tensionsUnited States expresses concern after Saudi Arabia executes prominent Shiite cleric, triggering condemnation and protests.
Newly released Clinton emails reveal 'reckless' security riskState Department releases new batch of private emails including 275 classified ones, exposing her confusion and faulty devices.
State Department: Russian strikes in Syria killing civiliansState Department spokesman says Russia's indiscriminate air strikes in Syria have killed hundreds of civilians.
State Department rejects call to close down PLO officeState Department rejects calls by 32 lawmakers to close the PLO's Washington office, says doing so is detrimental to peace efforts.
See something, say something—unless a Palestinian is involvedThe State Department website encouraging tipsters to inform on terrorist fugitives is strangely remiss on Palestinian terrorists.
State Department updates travel warning to IsraelAmericans in Israel encouraged to avoid visiting Judea and Samaria and use public transit.
State Department denies calling out Abbas on incitementJohn Kirby insists Kerry did not blame PA leadership for incitement, attacks Israel's 'illegitimate' presence in Judea-Samaria.
US rejects Russian charge that Turkey buys ISIS oilState Department spokesperson says US sees 'no evidence' to support Russian accusation Turkey 'in league with' ISIS.
State Dept. gives weak response to Iran executing AmericanWatch spokesperson give lackluster answer to report Iran executed dual citizen despite US requests, promising only to 'raise concerns.'
US 'troubled' by Russian ban on Soros fundOpen Society Foundations threaten state security, says Russian Prosecutor-General. In Israel, they operate more freely.
USA terror alert – this is not a testNu? How afraid do you want us to be? And of what?
State Department issues worldwide travel alertState Department warns terrorist groups continue to plan terrorist attacks in multiple regions, urges Americans to be vigilant.
Days later, US condemns Ezra Schwartz's murderUS State Department, embassy condemn 18 year-old's murder in terror attack - but White House still silent.
United States offers $5 million for info on ISIS smugglerState Department announces reward for information leading to the location or identification of key ISIS leader Muhammad al-Shimali.
State Dept. says 'PA has no right to join the ICC'Spokesperson condemns Abbas's unilateral move in meeting with International Criminal Court, but says Kerry 'still believes in progress.'
United States cutting PA's economic aidUnited States cutting economic aid for the Palestinian Authority because of 'unhelpful actions' by the Palestinians, says American diplomat.
Trump: How Can Israel Be Happy with the US?In TV interview Republican candidate slams State Dept. for criticizing Israeli 'excessive force,' saying 'we're not taking care of Israel.'
How 'NGO Distortion' Shapes US Condemnation of IsraelNew report reveals anti-Israeli NGO actions to delegitimize Israeli self-defense, which has led to US and UN 'excessive force' claims.
State Dept. Backtracks: No Violation of Temple Mount Status QuoAfter blaming Israel for Arab terror, State Dept. spokesman John Kirby says he 'did not intend to suggest' Temple Mount status quo broken.
'Nonsense'; Yaalon Slams State Dept. 'Excessive Force' ClaimIncredulous Defense Min. asks State Dept.: How is neutralizing someone 'wielding a knife and killing people' excessive?
Erdan: State Dept. Has 'Always Been Hostile' to UsInternal Security Minister blasts US State Dept. for 'accepting lies' about Israel's use of force without proper investigation.
State Department Backtracks on Kerry's 'Settlements' CommentState Department spokesman insists Kerry not trying to assign blame when he linked "settlements" with Arab terror wave.
Kerry Plans Middle East Trip 'Soon', Says SpokesmanState Department spokesman John Kirby confirms Kerry planning a trip aimed at calming violence, won't provide more details.
State Dept.: Most Russian Airstrikes Not Directed at ISISState Department spokesman says more than 90% of Russia's airstrikes in Syria have targeted so-called moderate rebels.
Priceless: US State Dept. Can't Explain Israel Double-StandardsState Dept. official left speechless when questioned why US army doesn't live up to the high standards it sets for Israeli forces.
State Department Urges Calm Following Stabbing AttackState Department condemns stabbing attack in Jerusalem, urges all sides to avoid escalating the situation.
Watch: State Department Claims Parchin 'Isn't a Nuclear Site'Responding to IAEA report on suspected nuclear detonator site extension, spokesperson claims Parchin 'a conventional military site.'
State Department: Iran 'In No Way' Inspecting its Own SitesState Department spokesman John Kirby rejects AP report that Iran will inspect the Parchin site on its own.
State Dept.: Too Soon to Tell if Bangkok Explosion Was TerrorismState Department spokesman says it is too soon to tell if a blast at a shrine in Bangkok that killed at least 16 was a terrorist attack.
State Department Condemns 'Vicious' Attack on Arab VillageUnited States condemns attack in Duma as a "vicious terrorist attack", calls on both sides to "avoid escalating tensions".
State Department 'Deeply Concerned' by Israeli ConstructionState Department says Israel’s planned construction in Beit El and Jerusalem threatens the two-state solution.
Kerry to Visit Middle East - but Not IsraelKerry will visit Egypt and Qatar, but Israel will not be on the itinerary because it's "not part of the parameters of the visit".
Clinton: I Did Not Send Nor Receive Classified MaterialHillary Clinton denies she used a private email account to send or receive classified information while she was secretary of state.
Clinton Sent At Least Four Emails with Classified InformationInternal government review finds that former Secretary of State sent at least four emails with classified information.
Kerry 'Doesn't Agree' that Russia is an Existential ThreatState Department spokesman says Kerry doesn't agree with top general's assessment that Russia is an existential threat.