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This section reports on reporting. Our writers Olivia Moore and Julia Radke explore the different angles various outlets use to report on the United Nations, the State Department, and the White House. They repost one article/day from another outlet, to be approved by their editor Ziva Juneja. Each week, they produce an article that either synthesizes these perspectives or emphasizes a particular story that has dominated the news cycle.
(CNN) US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, addressing the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference in Washington, accused the United Nations of "bullying" Israel in a speech supporting the nation.
Washington (CNN)It's been six months since President Donald Trump moved to end a program that protected young undocumented immigrants from deportation, and Washington seems to be no closer to a resolution on the day everything was supposed to be solved by.
The State Department declared Friday that reduced staffing levels at the U.S. Embassy in Havana would be “permanent,” a designation that underscores the difficulty U.S. officials have had in determining what and who caused injuries to 24 embassy staffers.
A man has shot and killed himself outside the White House in Washington, the Secret Service says.
An award-winning U.S. diplomat who was seen as a rising star at the State Department has issued a scathing resignation letter, accusing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and the Donald Trump administration of undercutting the State Department and damaging America’s influence in the world.
“Israel will always ensure freedom of worship for Jews, Christians and Muslims alike. Jerusalem is not, and never will be, an obstacle to peace for those who want peace.”
Haley: “Women who accuse anyone should be heard. They should be heard and they should be dealt with. I think we heard from them prior to the election. And I think any woman who has felt violated or felt ms treated in any way, they have every right to speak up.”
A week ago, former national security advisor Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to a felony count of lying to the FBI about conversations he had with former a Russian ambassador. Now, however, new reports have come to light that some say might discredit the Special Counsel's findings.