Richard Painter suggested the Secretary of State was in a tough spot after Gordon Sondland said he was "in the loop" on the alleged quid pro quo with Ukraine.
Congressman Eliot Engel, who chairs the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said in a statement that the inspector general's report "confirms what we feared."
"More and more I found myself in a defensive stance, struggling to explain to foreign peoples the blatant contradictions at home," the Foreign Service veteran wrote.
Hamza bin Laden, an emerging leader in Al Qaeda, was labeled a "specially designated global terrorist" in January 2017.
The State Department asks that you "reconsider travel" to Turkey and explicitly warns "do not travel" to certain areas of the country.
A State Department transcript of a Mike Pompeo briefing said it was delivered in "Singapore, Malaysia."
An employee at the U.S. Consulate in Guangzhou and his family left China on Wednesday after hearing strange noises and experiencing excruciating headaches.
The U.S., Iran and Syria all have complicated relationships with Turkey, which sees the Syrian civil war as an opportunity to tackle Kurdish groups.
The chief prosecutor of a war crimes court investigating atrocities in Kosovo has said state department is making him leave his job at short notice and with no successor.
Archaeologists in their 80s have been coming out of retirement to help with this stunning development.
Senators have called Tillerson's reorganization plan "very unsatisfactory."
Funding to fight Russian misinformation would also be used to combat ISIS propaganda.
There is still "plenty of work to do" to restructure the State Department, Tillerson's spokesman says.
The U.S. Secretary of State lost it over interference in hiring of staffers.
The State Department's Stuart Jones appeared took a 20-second-long silent pause when a reporter asked him about U.S.' backing of democracy and Saudi Arabia
Foreign embassies report widespread anger and condemnation as a result of Donald Trump's executive order.
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."
American diplomats documented some of Rex Tillerson's global dealings in State Department cables leaked to WikiLeaks in 2010.