All posts tagged "State Department"
Trump’s budget entails steep cuts for diplomacy, foreign aid
WASHINGTON — U.S. officials say the Trump administration is proposing deep cuts in spending for diplomacy and foreign aid programs to help pay for increased military spending. Officials familiar with the proposal say it calls for slashing...
- Posted February 28, 2017
Senior Diplomat Resignations Accepted as Trump Team Enters
A number of senior career diplomats are leaving the State Department after the Trump administration accepted their resignations from presidentially appointed positions
- Posted January 26, 2017
Clinton’s State Dept. Calendar Missing Scores of Entries
Calendar listed meetings with 124 business leaders, political donors and loyalists, but not 114 others identified by review
- Posted June 24, 2016
US Warns Summer’s Europe-Bound Americans about Terror Risks
Major sporting events, tourist sites, restaurants and shopping centers are possible targets
- Posted May 31, 2016
Origins Of Key Clinton Emails From Report Are A Mystery
Revelation has spawned fresh criticism from presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump
- Posted May 27, 2016
State Dept Suspends Review into ‘Top Secret’ Clinton Emails
WASHINGTON – The State Department has suspended its internal review into whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton or her top aides mishandled emails containing information now deemed ‘top secret.” Spokeswoman Elizabeth Trudeau said Friday the department...
- Posted April 1, 2016
Puerto Rico Gov’t Seeks Commercial Ties with Panama
World Bank Invests About $300M in Projects Annually in Panama
- Posted March 10, 2016
State Department Declares 22 Clinton Emails ‘Top Secret’
WASHINGTON – The Obama administration has confirmed for the first time that Hillary Clinton’s home server contained closely guarded government secrets, censoring 22 emails that contained material requiring one of the highest levels of classification. The revelation...
- Posted January 30, 2016
House Approves Tax Reimbursement Credit Bill
SAN JUAN – The Puerto Rico House of Representatives approved a bill Monday afternoon that would give taxpayers the choice of keeping any tax reimbursements as credit toward the payment of government services, fines or penalties. ...
- Posted January 11, 2016
House set to Strengthen Government Records Law
WASHINGTON – The House moved forward on legislation that would make it easier to obtain government records, as a new congressional report concluded that the freedom of information process under the Obama administration is broken and in...
- Posted January 11, 2016