State Department News
3 States Say They Denied Russia Request to Monitor Election
Officials in Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana say they've denied a request by Russian officials to be present at polling stations during next month's election
1 Classification Upgrade in New Batch of Clinton Emails
One document in a new batch of Hillary Clinton's emails released Friday by the State Department contains classified information
State Dept. Releases More Clinton Emails
The State Department published 247 additional pages of email from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton 's private server this afternoon as part of court-ordered effort to produce some of her more recently discovered official email correspondence before the Presidential election . The documents
US Top Diplomat Refers to NKorea as 'Illegitimate Regime'
Secretary of State John Kerry has described North Korea's government as "an illegal and illegitimate regime."
Hacked Emails: Clinton Pushed for Charity Meeting in Morocco
Hacked emails reveal internal disagreement among top Clinton aides about her determination to hold a Clinton Foundation summit in Morocco that later drew attention over its reliance on large donations from foreign governments
Hungary Deflects US Concerns About Declining Media Freedoms
A spokesman's for Hungary's foreign ministry says U.S. concerns about press freedoms and media diversity after the suspension of an opposition newspaper are "without any foundation" and cannot be based on trustworthy information
Today in History
Today in History Today is Friday, Oct. 21, the 295th day of 2016. There are 71 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Oct. 21, 1966, 144 people, 116 of them children, were killed when a coal waste landslide engulfed a school and some 20 houses in Aberfan, Wales. On this date: In
Philippine President Announces Separation From US
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced that his country is separating from the U.S. in a speech before a Beijing economic forum
Venezuelan Activist Moves to US After Release From 'Dungeon'
Francisco Marquez speaks of his four-month incarceration in his native Venezuela after reuniting with his parents in Southern California