Two House Democrats have come forward with whistleblower claims that administration officials sought to ouster career employees they believed weren’t loyal to the president’s foreign policy goals.
President Donald Trump’s pick to be the next director of the CIA is a career spymaster who oversaw torture at a secret prison during one of the darkest chapters in the agency’s history
Trump fires Tillerson as secretary of state, plans to name CIA’s Pompeo to replace him
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has announced his plans for another restructuring within the State Department’s cybersecurity offices, but lawmakers are pushing back and moving forward with a bill they say would better structure the agency.
Thomas Hill of the Brookings Institution says the State Department’s re-org plan looks like a lot of earlier ones, ambitious language but few specifics.
New diversity efforts include requiring any open ambassador position to include at least one minority candidate.
In today’s Federal Newscast, after being asked to review 27 nationally designated monuments, Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke presents his ideas to the president.
More than 35,000 State Department employees voiced concerns to management about some of the changes being proposed under its agency reorganization.
The State Department quietly launched a new Cyber and Technology Security (CTS) directorate, which falls within the Diplomatic Security Service, to address threats and vulnerabilities for embassies, consulates and foreign affairs officers.
If you want to get an inkling of why the federal budget process takes so long, just watch a typical budget hearing.