Washington on Saturday condemned the deadly suicide bombing in Kabul and offered Afghan authorities help with investigating it, US State Department spokesman John Kirby said in a statement.
Three men from Palm Beach County, Florida have been charged with trying to support Daesh, according to the US Justice Department.
The US Department of Defense is facing a lawsuit for not turning over documents related to plans to close the detention center at Guantanamo Bay.
US State Department Spokesperson John Kirby was surprised to see a reporter playing on his phone while he was talking. Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
Wow. In case you were wondering if Veep is real life… US State Department spokesman John Kirby was engaged in a very serious briefing with the media on Thursday afternoon, discussing the Obama administration's efforts to fight the terrorist group ISIS when a little bit of goofiness entered the equation. Related: These Celebs Are Hooked On Pokémon [...]
We get it. Pokémon Go has officially become a national obsession. Many of us may be struggling to keep a game-life balance in place. But let's all spare a moment to thank our lucky stars that we're not the State Department reporter who got called out for playing the game in what may be the most embarrassing […]
The US Department of Energy extends loan programs to EV chargers, and Honda debuts a ridiculous themed Civic for Comic-Con 2016.
On Thursday a US State Department press briefing was interrupted when spokesman John Kirby stopped to ask a reporter if he was playing Pokemon Go. Kirby stopped mid-sentence to say, "you're playing the Pokemon thing right there, aren't you? Here's the exchange via the State Department transcript: Kirby: ... Show More Summary
The US Justice Department has arrested Artem Vaulin, of Kharkiv, Ukraine in Poland, who is supposedly the ringleader of the world’s biggest online piracy site, Kickass Torrents. The piracy site is charged with letting streaming of $1 billion (approx. Show More Summary
Don’t play Pokemon Go on the job, because you may get busted by a US official. An unnamed reporter who was attending a briefing at the United States State Department, was called out for playing Pokemon Go during the briefing. US State Department spokesman John Kirby, who was talking about the anti-ISIS coalition’s efforts against […]
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) of the US Department of Transportation (USDOT) has released a finding of no significant impact on the Northern New England Intercity Rail Initiative, which allows the states and federal government to invest i…
US State Department spokesman John Kirby was forced to interrupt a briefing due to a journalist playing the popular Pokemon Go game, media reported Friday.
Washington is committed to make further advances on the measures to settle the Syria crisis agreed by US State Secretary John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, US State Department spokesman John Kirby told Sputnik Friday.
US State Department spokesman John Kirby was trying to talk to the press earlier today about the efforts to combat ISIS, but one reporter had more important things to do. Read more...
The Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) has received a Defense Logistics Agency contract to provide logistics support for chemical and petroleum products to the US armed forces, the Department of Defense announced.
The Obama administration has just announced that it will be making $4.5 billion in US Energy Department loan guarantees available for the support of a commercial-scale electric vehicle charging station buildout. The initiative will see...Show More Summary
Despite a recent crackdown by the US Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission on a spate of mergers, the US government has now officially approved the incorporation of these two beer giants.
The United States offered to dispatch a team to Turkey to help Ankara in processing its request to extradite Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen, US Department of State spokesperson John Kirby said in a briefing on Thursday.
Back in April, the US quietly warned citizens of "credible threats" to tourist areas in Turkey, particularly in Istanbul and the southern resort city of Antalya. In retrospect, one historic suicide bombing at the local airport, and one failed and/or staged coup later, the warning had been spot on. Show More Summary
The US Department of State warned the United States citizens currently present in the Saudi city of Jeddah regarding about "potential, imminent threat" to their well-being.