On Fox and Friends this morning, State Department Spokesman John Kirby was grilled on which State Department official decided to ask for the chunk of video to be removed from YouTube.
The State Department admitted today that a "deliberate" request was made to delete a portion of a press briefing video in which Fox News correspondent James Rosen asked about secret negotiations between the Obama administration and Iran.
Is the United States to blame for what has taken place in Ukraine? Judge Andrew Napolitano weighed in on Fox and Friends this morning, making the case that the Obama administration is at least partially to blame for the situation that has unfolded.
A top American diplomat was caught cursing the European Union, but it’s how her comments were leaked that is raising questions.
There's an outcry among Republicans after the White House said this morning that former UN Ambassador Susan Rice will replace Tom Donilon as national security adviser.
President Obama has announced plans to promote State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland.
Nuland has been accused by Republicans of helping mislead the public about the attacks that killed four Americans in Benghazi. She’s been nominated to become assistant secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs, a post that requires Senate confirmation.
The White House released 100 pages of emails dealing with the CIA’s talking points on the September 11, 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya. Fox News’ James Rosen reported that the White House succumbed to the demands from GOP lawmakers for the release of White House and State Department emails regarding the CIA's talking points.
The emails contradict Press Secretary Jay Carney’s assertion that the White House’s only edit to the talking points was a stylistic change to the word “consulate.”
The press hounded Press Secretary Jay Carney on Wednesday over the Benghazi emails between the White House and the State Department. Carney held steadfast that the Obama administration has provided testimony and emails pertaining to the September 11, 2012 Benghazi attack. Stephen Hayes, from The Weekly Standard, broke the story of how heavily involved the State Department and White House were involved in the 12 edited versions of the CIA’s talking points.
The Weekly Standard’s Steve Hayes first broke news about the revisions to the Benghazi talking points. Today, a follow-up report by ABC News, revealed that the talking points were changed 12 times before Ambassador Susan Rice when on the Sunday shows.