Former Secretary of State, John Kerry, and other counter-terrorism experts say the U.K. hasn't integrated Muslims into society as well as the U.S.
In a speech at Harvard Kenny School of Government, Kerry joked that Russian language skills are now more useful for gaining political power than running for office or getting a good degree.
Veterans of multiple presidential administrations, including John Kerry and Madeleine Albright, write that the revised order reinforces ISIS propaganda to disaffected Muslims.
Under Iran's settlement with the United States, France, Germany, Britain, Russia and China, Tehran agreed to shrink its nuclear program to satisfy the powers that it could not be put to developing atomic bombs.
"I thought frankly it was inappropriate for a president-elect of the United States to be stepping into the politics of other countries in a quite direct manner," Kerry told CNN.
Kerry apologized to hundreds of State Department employees who were fired after the start of the Cold War for being gay in what is known as the "lavender scare."
"Is ours the generation that gives up on the dream of a Jewish-Democratic state of Israel, living in peace and security with its neighbors?"
Russia, Iran and Turkey said last week they were ready to help broker a peace deal after holding talks in Moscow.
The department said the situation with U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen had no bearing on the assassination.
"There is absolutely no justification whatsoever for the indiscriminate and savage brutality against civilians."
Victor Davis Hanson writes that to glimpse our next generation of elites, look at the Goldman Sachs interns and the junior faculty at Harvard.
Clinton could lose the best chance in a generation to turn the Republican Party into pariahs.
Kerry visited the country's top Islamic leader and met with northern governors during his visit.
Kerry met with East African ministers on Monday to discuss possible solutions to the conflict.
"The payment of the $400 million was not done until after the prisoners were released," State Department spokesman John Kirby told reporters.
Air operations were halted while Turkish authorities put down a military coup attempt.
Secretary of state says the U.S. will assist in any legitimate efforts and requests.
More than 150 countries will commit to the pact, which calls for a rapid end to the rise of greenhouse gas emissions.
The former Secretary of State gave a searing assessment of Putin in an interview.
"People need to understand that this is serious business," the U.S. secretary of state said.