The Secretary of State returns from an overseas trip to drum up support in Congress for the fight against ISIS
A confidante to Israel's prime minister says the U.S. Secretary of State's controversial comments were kosher
Kerry said he would travel on Thursday and be in Paris for part of the day on Friday
The Secretary of State was fined $50
The secretary of state’s trip to the country comes a month after the Peshawar school massacre
In the past two weeks, Secretary of State John Kerry has emerged as the Obama administration's chief public advocate for punitive strikes against Syria. In a...
Secretary of State talks military action against ISIS with the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
(SEOUL, South Korea) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Asia on Thursday on a mission aimed largely at easing tensions between China and its smaller...
"No decent country can support the horrors perpetrated by ISIS"
Top U.S. diplomat heralds 'a profound sense of optimism'
“What we are doing is engaging in a very significant counter-terrorism operation, and it's going to go on for some period of time"
Persuading would-be jihadists that ISIS distorts Islam “probably far more important than the military,” Secretary of State says
Surveillance activities sometimes happened on 'autopilot' says U.S. Secretary of State
(AMMAN, Jordan) — Plunging back into the decades-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry held a four-hour meeting and fish dinner...
'There are still some things on the table that are unresolved'
Moshe Yaalon's interview calling Kerry "obsessive" and "messianic" sparked a diplomatic row with the U.S.
John Kerry's week began on a high note, with the resumption of Middle East peace talks after months of dogged effort on the Secretary of State's part. But it's...
(BAGHDAD) — With a new Iraqi government finally in place and a growing Mideast consensus on defeating insurgent threats, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry...
The Secretary of State comes up short for now, but that doesn't mean he's failed
The U.S. Secretary of State made the unexpected televised plea ahead of next week's Geneva 2 conference