Cuban Flag Raised In Washington As U.S. And Cuba Officially Restore Diplomatic Relations
Embassies in both nations quietly reopened Monday in the pre-dawn hours as an agreement to restore full diplomatic relations took effect after midnight. John Kerry will travel to Cuba on Aug. 14, the first U.S. secretary of state to visit the island nation since 1945.
State Department Will Reopen 18 Diplomatic Posts That Had Been Closed Due To Terror Threat
"On Sunday, August 11, the Department of State will re-open 18 of the 19 embassies and consulates that were closed recently," the State Department said in a statement. The U.S. Embassy in Sanaa, Yemen and the U.S. Consulate in Lahore, Pakistan will remain closed.
Brutal Ad Hits White House On Libya Timeline Contradictions
Though it runs a little long, the Heritage Foundation's excellently crafted new video is worth a watch for anybody who's a fan of political attack ads — or wondering why the Obama Administration is facing so much criticism in the aftermath of the Benghazi attack.
The Offensive, Laughably Bad Movie That Led To Four People Dying
Here are clips of the awful, inconsequential anti-Islam movie that mind-blowingly triggered riots in Egypt and Libya, leading to the death of a U.S. Ambassador and three embassy workers. If this is all it takes to set off religious extremists, they need to stay away from Reddit.
15 Things You Need To Know About The Blind Chinese Activist Who Became An International Incident
This is the remarkable story of Chen Guangcheng, the blind human rights dissident who has sparked a diplomatic crisis between China and the United States. It's a bizarre and terrifying story that involves everything from daring escapes to Batman.