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Pakistani officials say a Filipino militant wanted by the United States was killed in an American drone strike earlier this month. Abdul Basit Usman was reportedly killed on Jan. 14 close to the Afghan border. The State Department's list of most-wanted terrorists identifies Usman as a bomb-making expert with links to the Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf militant group and the Southeast Asian Jemaah Islamiyah network.
Christmas Day underwear bomber should have been handed over to military, says one Senator.
Social media is helping the U.S. government with recovery and relief efforts in Haiti.
The Federal government has jumped into action after yesterday's earthquake in Haiti. The lead agencies for Federal response are USAID, working through the State Department; and the Defense Department.
CNN's Brian Todd brings us the latest.
Foreign language proficiency shortfalls in critical regions, such as the Near East and South and Central Asia, where about 40 percent of officers did not meet requirements, is just one of the staffing issues facing the Foreign Service Office.
Sept. 3, 2009
New allegations have surfaced concerning mismanagement and lewd misconduct among security guards who are supposed to be protecting the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. The charges, leveled by a D.C. based 'good government' group, are prompting new scrutiny of the Armor Group North America diplomatic security contract by the State Department and a Senate oversight committee.