Vice President Joe Biden claims he might enter the 2016 fray. Biden insisted Wednesday morning the contest is "wide open" for both Democrats and Republicans, despite polls showing former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is by far the front-runner for the Democratic nomination. Show More Summary
Tim Loughton (East Worthing and Shoreham, Conservative) asks the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, what assessment he has made of the effectiveness of the Portable Antiquities Scheme. Hansard source (Citation: HC Deb,Show More Summary
As secretary of state, Hillary Clinton orchestrated peace talks with the Taliban. Here's what else the Taliban were doing during that time.
In the wake of the hideous attack on Charlie Hebdo editors, cartoonists and staff in Paris there has been a vigorous and spirited debate on freedom of speech and, of course, freedom of the press. Today, Secretary of State John Kerry in remarks delivered at the Journalists Security Conference, at the U.S. Department of State [...]Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton, who thought that her stint as Secretary of State would help propel her to the presidency in 2016, may be in for a rude awakening. A Nigerian journalist and MSNBC.com contributor, China Okasi, told Lawrence O’Donnell on Monday that Hillary’s refusal to put Boko Haram on the U.S terrorist list could hurt her […]
"Daily Show" host Jon Stewarttoo time on Monday night's episode to chide Secretary of State John Kerry for his performance during a recent trip to Paris.
The Secretary of State’s Representative for Intervention and Salvage (SOSREP) visited the salvage site of the Hoegh Osaka yesterday to view operations, which according to the U.
Secretary of State John Kerry traveled to Paris, France, where he met with Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius and then with President Francois Hollande to offer condolences after last week's attacks and to reiterate the support of the United States for the French people and our ongoing commitm
Secretary of State John Kerry delivered on his promise to give the French a “big hug” in an extended public expression of sorrow and solidarity over the Islamic terrorist attacks that left 17 dead. Kerry, the highest-ranking U.S. official to visit France since the attacks on a Jewish grocery story and the satirical magazine Charlie […]
Five days after the U.S. was roundly criticized for not sending a high-ranking official to the Paris unity march, Secretary of State John Kerry flew in today to make amends. Not only did he give the French “a big hug,” but Kerry also brought along singer James Taylor, who sang his 45-year-old hit “You’ve got […]
British Prime Minister David Cameron, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Pope Francis have all been abroad these past two days — shaking hands, visiting dignitaries and generally doing everything world leaders tend to do Cameron is in the U.S. Show More Summary
The relationship between John Kerry, the Secretary of State of the United States of America, and Francois Hollande, the president of France, has been on the rocks since Kerry stood up Hollande at the Je Suis Charlie rally in Paris last weekend. Show More Summary
The guest Secretary of State John Kerry brought with him to Paris is garnering more attention than Mr. Kerry himself. Singer James Taylor accompanied the diplomat at Paris's city hall, where he sang a version of "You've Got a Friend" on stage.
Secretary of State John Kerry brought singer-songwriter James Taylor to help sooth tensions in France on Friday after last week's terrorist attack against the Paris headquarters of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Taylor performed a live rendition of "You've Got A Friend" as Kerry stood next to him. Show More Summary
"Secretary of State John Kerry is in Paris after the White House apologized for not sending a high-ranking official to a massive unity rally after the terrorist attacks there," and he's using James Taylor to convey the message "You've Got a Friend."I love James Taylor, so this is really difficult for me. Show More Summary
After the administration's noticeable lack of presence in post-attack Paris events, Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in France this week, bringing with him a "big hug" and a serenade from soft rock singer James Taylor.
Secretary of State John Kerry is visiting Paris, ready to give the country a "big hug" after the White House admitted it should have sent a higher-ranking official to the unity rally following the terrorist attacks on the offices of Charlie Hebdo.
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Speaking in both English and French, U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry expressed America’s solidarity with France in the wake of the worst terrorist attack here in decades, calling it a “living nightmare.”
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said Friday that U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry had “apologized” for not attending a massive rally in Paris after a spate of Islamist attacks, alongside other world leaders. Fabius and Kerry laid wreaths outside the Jewish supermarket and...