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The State Department wants to plunk down $400,000 in taxpayer money for a camel sculpture at the new U.S. Embassy being built in Islamabad, Pakistan, according to a report Monday.
U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain Thomas C. Krajeski has engaged in a "seat of the pants" leadership style that has left his employees to fend for themselves and has damaged Washington's reputation in the Persian Gulf island kingdom, the State Department's inspector general says in a new report.
The Keystone XL pipeline has become a holy cause for environmentalists to rebel against, as evidenced by candlelight vigils in 49 states and a parade of protests across the country.
Move over, "Animal House," Hollywood's got nothing on the federal government when it comes to buying booze.
The federal government is buying as much liquor as a college freshmen, spending more than $1 million on drinks last year. The purchases - usually used for diplomatic and social functions - have quadrupled in the past decade.
The State Department says it is teaming with the Miami Heat and coach Erik Spoelstra this week to host 16 players and two coaches from the Philippines, which is still dealing with the aftereffects of the typhoon that struck last fall.
The daring, high-seas seizure of a rogue oil tanker by U.S. Navy SEALs off the coast of Cyprus this week has focused fresh attention on the power struggle that has turned Libya into a political time bomb more than two years after the ouster of strongman Moammar Gadhafi.
A Maple Grove man is at the center of an international custody battle that's left his 4-year-old son in an unsettled place - Ukraine.