US Officials: CIA Concludes Saudi Prince Ordered Journalist’s Killing

The Central Intelligence Agency has concluded that Saudi's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to U.S. officials.

The assessment by the CIA, first …

US Denies Exploring Extradition of Turkish Cleric to Appease Ankara

The U.S. Justice Department denied it was planning to extradite Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen, following a media report suggesting Washington was looking into the extradition in exchange for Ankara's easing …

‘A Private War’ Underscores Risks Journalists Take

Oscar nominee Matthew Heineman has often put his life on the line while filming award-winning documentaries such as Cartel Land, chronicling wars of Mexican drug cartels, and throwing a light …

Denmark opposes ‘European army’

Denmark opposes the creation of a "European army" to defend the E.U. from threats, Defense Minister Claus Hjort Frederiksen said Friday.

Speaking at the meeting of Denmark's 2019-2020 foreign and …

Department Press Briefing

MS NAUERT: Okay. A couple announcements to bring you before I take your questions.

First, I'd like to address a meeting that I was able to have yesterday with some …

3 injured in nation-wide student protests in Colombia

At least three people were injured across Colombia as police used tear gas to break up protesters demanding the government to increase education spending.

Thursday's nation-wide rallies over higher-education budget …