Johns Hopkins graduate killed in bomb blast in Afghanistan
Anne Smedinghoff, 25, young diplomat who had attended Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore was among five Americans killed Saturday during a car bomb blast in Afghanistan.
Foreign Service welcomes Kerry to Foggy Bottom
In greeting new Secretary of State John Kerry last week, members of the Foreign Service were welcoming one of their own.
Hillary leaves office stronger than ever
The hearings on the Benghazi attacks only strengthened Hillary Clinton's stature as a possible 2016 presidential contender.
U.S. should rethink role in North Africa
Propping up countries created by European colonists is not the right path for U.S.
Letter: Still no answers on Benghazi
Clinton's stonewalling shows we'll never get answers to what happened in Benghazi
Clinton's stonewalling shows we'll never get answers to what lay behind the Benghazi attack
Jules Witcover says the parting blast from Republicans probably won't do much to dim Secretary Clinton's star.
Gun violence isn't the only threat the Obama administration needs to address
Let's change the subject
Skeptics notwithstanding, Clinton will accept responsibility for ambassador's death
Since when does it take a political campaign to become secretary of state?
Once upon a time, the order of presidential succession was changed because the secretary of state was an unelected official; now it looks like it takes a political campaign to get that job, too.
Republicans' condemnation of Susan Rice is a political sideshow
Obama's Susan Rice conundrum
Senate Republicans have put President Obama in a no-win situation on his nomination for secretary of state; he should pick who he thinks is best and let the politics fall where they may.
Republicans right to seek answers about Benghazi
Obama has failed the nation
President Obama has failed the nation and should not be returned to office
Obama ducks tough questions on Benghazi
President avoids tough questions about Benghazi attack he likely witnessed
Obama foreign policy a disaster
Obama foreign policy has been a disaster — and can only get worse
Jim Lee: Play with fire, expect to get burned
There was nothing 'spontaneous' about the attack on our consulate
There was nothing 'spontaneous' about the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi
Benghazi attack: Time for an honest accounting
Despite election-year politics, the Obama administration needs to acknowledge mistakes at the U.S. consulate in Libya and learn from them
Libya crisis the latest chapter in Obama's foreign policy follies
Jonah Goldberg says the Libya crisis is just the latest flashpoint in the administration's failures abroad
Obama-Romney: It's not over yet
Polls may be trending President Obama's way, but much can happen in the final five weeks
Obama missteps facilitated Libyan attack
Obama administration missteps in Middle East facilitated Libyan attack
Where are the moderate Muslims decrying the embassy attacks?
Where are the peace-loving Muslim clerics to decry the violence against American embassies?
Romney's bizarre neo-con dalliance
The Romney campaign's effort to double-down on his criticism of President Obama's handling of last week's attacks in Libya distracted from his core strength: the economy.
Libya attack a direct result of Obama foreign policy weakness
President Obama's weak, left-wing foreign policy lead to the attack in Libya.
Childish behavior, deadly consequences
Leonard Pitts says extremist violence is more offensive than a stupid movie
On Libya attacks, Romney has a point
The Obama administration wasn't sympathizing with those who attacked our embassy in Libya, and it isn't apologizing to the world. But Mitt Romney is right that its response to the attacks fails to explain and defend a key American value.