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US calls for return to civilian government in Zimbabwe
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is calling for a return to civilian rule in Zimbabwe and says the country has a chance to put itself on a "new path" amid signs longtime authoritarian President Robert Mugabe will be forced from power
State Department offering buyouts in move critics say destroys diplomatic corps
A State Department official confirms to ABC News that the department is offering "voluntary buyouts and early retirement incentives" as part of its effort to reduce its own ranks. The Trump administration wants to get rid of 641 employees -- in addition to "normal attrition" -- by the end of 2018,
'The Briefing Room': War from within
ABC News' political team talks Trump's tweets and headlines from Tuesday's White House press briefing.
Sophia Nelson: 'There's something wrong with this party'
Amna Nawaz sits down with Nelson, a conservative African-American attorney who spent years working in the Republican Party before turning her back on it.
'ISIS is clearly responsible for genocide,' Tillerson says
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said today that ISIS has committed genocide . "ISIS is clearly responsible for genocide against Yazidis, Christians and Shia Muslims," Tillerson told reporters gathered in the State Department 's Treaty Room, adding that his statement should "remove any ambiguity
Opposites attract: with Sens. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) and Chris Coons (D-Del.)
Alley wrote in visit opposites attract where bipartisanship is never a dirty word. I'm joined here by senator Crist and Democrat of Delaware senator Johnny Isaacson Republican of Georgia. Senator Isaacson of the nice enough to turn over office that's where we are for this interview. Now the two of
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Where's US leadership in Syria attack, North Korea missile launch?
"The View" co-hosts discuss the lack of foreign policy discussion from the White House.
McMaster needs Senate confirmation because he's a three-star general
The position of National Security Adviser does not require Senate confirmation, but when three-star generals like Trump's pick for the position, H.R. McMaster, change jobs within the service they do need the approval. The rule has nothing to do with the White House, but rather the military: all