Thursday, June 13, 2024

Tag: State Department

U.S. State Department memo exposes Israeli misuse of American military aid...

Leaked memo reveals doubts over Israeli compliance with international law in use of U.S. military aid in Gaza, sparking calls for policy reevaluation.

Uproar as State Department official criticizes UN expert following report on...

Matthew Miller's comments came after Albanese presented a report concluding that actions by Israel in Gaza could be classified as genocide, sparking a fierce debate on the international stage.

Sanders’ resolution challenges US involvement in Gaza crisis

A decisive move by Senator Sanders to confront America's stance in the Gaza humanitarian crisis

Will the Senate confirm coup plotter Nuland?

Victoria Nuland would be a ticking time-bomb in Biden’s State Department, waiting to sabotage his better angels much as she undermined Obama’s second-term diplomacy.

Former State Dept employee sentenced to 7 years in prison for...

“This is a tragedy for you, for your family, for the government."

State Department rewrites climate change web page

Secretary of State Tillerson has maintained that he believes climate science is "not conclusive" so the changes aren't altogether surprising.

The State Department suspends Trump’s Muslim ban

The sudden halt of his immigration order has given Trump his first glance as to the limits of his presidential power.

Hillary Clinton Criticized by the State Department for Improper Email Practices

When concerned were raised officials “instructed the staff never to speak of the secretary’s personal email system again.”

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Supreme Court justices accepted over $6.5 million in gifts, raising ethics concerns

These findings raise significant questions about judicial ethics and the potential influence of such gifts on the highest court in the land.

Sanders and Omar lead congressional push for Global Wealth Tax as Biden faces crucial...

This initiative, led by Brazil, aims to address the glaring disparities in global wealth distribution and strengthen efforts to achieve tax fairness.

120 countries have signed the Safe Schools Declaration. Sadly, the US isn’t one of...

Should the United States join the Safe Schools Declaration and support the global movement to protect education from attack?

UN passes binding ceasefire resolution as Israel intensifies Gaza bombings

Despite the UN Security Council's call for a ceasefire, Israel continues its deadly assault on Gaza, raising questions about the implementation and enforcement of international resolutions.

When Israel burned refugees alive, establishment media called it a ‘tragic accident’

As the world watched on social media and responded in outrage, US corporate media, once again, provided cover for the perpetrators of Israel’s genocide.