Secretary of State John Kerry — who recently made international headlines for inventing a country — has again drawn attention for questionable remarks, this time to a group of German students.
Newly minted Secretary of State John Kerry is sweeping through Europe and the Middle East on a nine-nation tour, meeting with top global heads to forge diplomatic relations — and, apparently, even creating new countries.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry opened his first official trip abroad with a Monday meeting in London with British leaders to affirm one key allied principle: Iran cannot be allowed to develop nuclear weapons.
A group of 18 former military and national security officials wrote to President Barack Obama on Friday urging the administration to cancel plans for further cuts in United States nuclear warheads, warning that new arms reductions would undermine U.S. security.
John Kerry’s first trip as secretary of state provides a good opportunity to look at how we evaluate our secretaries. Most recent secretaries have considered travel to be the measure of their terms. When Hillary Clinton returned to work from hospitalization, her staff gave her a football jersey with “112” on it – reflecting the number of countries she had visited. Republicans retorted that Condoleezza Rice still held the record for most miles logged.
President Obama on Thursday seemed to suggest that the tie that binds in the Republican Party is love of money.
Secretary of State John Kerry heads off next week for his first overseas trip — a nine-nation journey, that nonetheless skips Israel.
Fox News Channel is hiring former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown as a contributor, and the Republican is making his debut in prime time on Wednesday.
One of newly appointed Secretary of State John Kerry's first moves is to free up an estimated $700 million in U.S. aid to the Palestinians, according to a spokeswoman for the department.