Maliz Beams quit after three months on the job, a spokesperson tells BuzzFeed News. The departure comes as Rex Tillerson's overhaul of the department faces stiff opposition in Congress.
The president’s advisers are telling him “peace” can be achieved in eastern Ukraine through a provision of anti-tank missiles – and that Kiev will finance it.
Trump drew fire for earlier saying he believes the Russian president's denials about interfering in the 2016 election.
The president’s masterplan requires a series of bilateral trade deals – but no one’s interested in signing one.
Trump officials cited "scheduling conflicts," but diplomatic sources say the US side wanted Moscow to agree to certain conditions on the substance of a meeting in Vietnam.
The president abandoned his usual anti-China rhetoric during a trip to Beijing, in a bid for cooperation on the North Korean nuclear issue.
The two leaders are set to meet on the sidelines of an Asian economic summit in Vietnam.
Paul Manafort isn't the first person to lobby for a foreign government without registering. In Washington, it's a multi-billion dollar industry.
The rare about-face comes as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson tries to unify the Trump administration’s fractious policy toward the Gulf.
In a memo obtained by BuzzFeed News, Brookings President Strobe Talbott says Leon Wieseltier’s behavior “runs counter to the policies, culture, and values that are central to our enterprise.”
Tillerson is trying to resolve a conflict among US allies in the Persian Gulf. Bannon is working to stoke it.
The president labeled the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps as terrorists in a move that risks bringing US and Iranian forces into open conflict in Iraq and Syria.
Former CIA director James Woolsey's signature appears on a form disclosing that his wife is lobbying for the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The secretary of state disputed a report that he called Trump a "moron" and told reporters he's not leaving Foggy Bottom anytime soon.
The move comes days after the US ordered about a third of its diplomats to leave Cuba over what US officials say is Havana's failure to ensure their health.
After Trump's Twitter rebuke, a State Department official explains that the secretary of state's weekend comments on North Korea were misunderstood.
The State Department also is warning American tourists about travel to Cuba, though there are no reports of tourists being affected.
The White House is concerned about reports of ill health among staff at the US Embassy in Havana. US diplomats tell BuzzFeed News they've dealt with worse.
A behind-the-scenes effort by US and Russian diplomats may have preempted a new wave of tit-for-tat retaliations.
"It's not true," White House deputy press secretary told BuzzFeed News.