U.S. State Department
Ebola, terrorism and political unrest can make a traveler think twice about booking a trip.
Thousands of Jewish artifacts found in Iraq a decade ago have been restored and are now on public display — but not for long.
The Indian consulate in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, was struck by a suicide bomber overnight – amid warnings against American targets and travel warnings for American citizens.
A man who went on a rant about national security on a flight from Hong Kong to Newark-Liberty International Airport Monday once worked for the U.S. State Department.
In a bizarre twist, the Hall of Famer is expected to arrive in St. Peter’s Square on Wednesday in a makeshift popemobile as he campaigns for Cardinal Peter Turkson of Ghana to become the church’s first black pope.
People have been fired at the State Department in the wake of a damning report on the lack of security at the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that led to the death of the ambassador and three other Americans.
An Elizabeth, N.J. girl is in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant. Her sister Giselles is the only available donor, she has been denied a travel visa to the United States.
Columbia University students eyeing careers in diplomacy are being warned to avoid linking to or posting comments about secret U.S. documents released by the WikiLeaks website.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly traveled to Haiti Monday to discuss the upcoming assignment of six NYPD officers to the country.