Carol Morello The Washington Post


'Carol Morello The Washington Post' - 27 News Result(s)

  • US Secretary Of State Gets Math Wrong On When Americans Freed By Iran

    US Secretary Of State Gets Math Wrong On When Americans Freed By Iran

    There is no country Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blasts more than Iran, by speech or by tweet. But his point got lost Sunday in a shower of blowback after he incorrectly calculated the date that American diplomats held hostage in Iran were released from the U.S. Embassy in Tehran.

  • "He Was Dumb As A Rock": Trump After Ex-State Secretary Criticises Him

    "He Was Dumb As A Rock": Trump After Ex-State Secretary Criticises Him

    Absence does not make the heart grow fonder when it comes to President Donald Trump and his first secretary of state, Rex Tillerson.

  • Saudi's Attempt To Keep Prince From Khashoggi Case Hasn't Quieted Uproar

    Saudi's Attempt To Keep Prince From Khashoggi Case Hasn't Quieted Uproar

    Saudi Arabia's foreign minister denied on Sunday that the nation's powerful young crown prince ordered Jamal Khashoggi's killing, but the attempt to distance Mohammed bin Salman from the journalist's demise did little to blunt an international uproar that could test Saudi Arabia's status as a regional power.

  • Iran Leading State Sponsor Of Terrorism With "Near-Global Reach": US

    Iran Leading State Sponsor Of Terrorism With "Near-Global Reach": US

    The State Department released a report Wednesday identifying Iran as the leading state sponsor of terrorism with a "near-global reach" and accusing it of sending suspected operatives to the United States.

  • US To Add Sanctions On Russia As Punishment For Nerve Agent Attack In UK

    US To Add Sanctions On Russia As Punishment For Nerve Agent Attack In UK

    The Trump administration said on Wednesday it would impose extensive new sanctions against Russia, banning a wide range of exports and other measures, as punishment for its use of a nerve agent in an attempt in March to assassinate British citizen and ex-Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter.

  • Trump Warns Iran's Rouhani Of Consequences "Few...Have Ever Suffered"

    Trump Warns Iran's Rouhani Of Consequences "Few...Have Ever Suffered"

    President Donald Trump, in a tweet in capital letters late Sunday night, warned Iranian President Hassan Rouhani that if Iran threatened the United States again, it would face severe consequences, as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the United States would step up broadcasts into Iran that could destabilize the country's theocratic rulers.

  • North Korea Contradicts US, Calls Its Approach To Talks "Gangster-Like"

    North Korea Contradicts US, Calls Its Approach To Talks "Gangster-Like"

    In a sharp signal that denuclearization negotiations with North Korea will be drawn out and difficult, Pyongyang on Saturday lambasted the U.S. stance as regrettable, gangster-like and cancerous, directly contradicting Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's rosy assessment that his two days of talks had been "productive."

  • Mystery Illness Continues To Trouble US Embassy Employees In Cuba

    Mystery Illness Continues To Trouble US Embassy Employees In Cuba

    Another US Embassy employee in Cuba has come down with mysterious health symptoms consistent with those suffered by at least two dozen workers at the Havana compound.

  • US Withdraws From UN Human Rights Council, Cites Bias Against Israel

    US Withdraws From  UN Human Rights Council, Cites Bias Against Israel

    The Trump administration withdrew from the United Nations Human Rights Council on Tuesday in protest of what it perceives as an entrenched bias against Israel and a willingness to allow notorious human rights abusers as members.

  • Trump, Kim Put Aside Years Of Broken Promises In Singapore Meet

    Trump, Kim Put Aside Years Of Broken Promises In Singapore Meet

    President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un put aside years of broken promises and threats of nuclear warfare as they sat down to begin discussions that could open the door to denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula

  • A Journey To North Korea With The Secretary Of State

    A Journey To North Korea With The Secretary Of State

    The State Department normally craves elaborate planning and procedures for everything. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's 13-hour visit to North Korea had little of that.

  • In The End, No One Was More Surprised That Tillerson Was Fired Than Tillerson

    In The End, No One Was More Surprised That Tillerson Was Fired Than Tillerson

    Rex Wayne Tillerson spent a tumultuous year at the helm of the State Department, frequently undercut by the president he disagreed with on key foreign policy issues and derided by many of his employees who blamed him for marginalizing their role and diplomacy itself.

  • US Cuts Military Aid To Pakistan As Feud, Fuelled By Trump Tweet, Flares Up

    US Cuts Military Aid To Pakistan As Feud, Fuelled By Trump Tweet, Flares Up

    The United States will suspend most of its security assistance to Pakistan, the State Department said Thursday, signaling the Trump administration's intent to force the country to eliminate militant safe havens.

  • US Slashes Embassy Staff In Cuba Over Apparent Sonic 'Attacks'

    US Slashes Embassy Staff In Cuba Over Apparent Sonic 'Attacks'

    The United States is yanking more than half its diplomatic personnel from the embassy in Havana and warning Americans not to visit Cuba, saying Friday it is for their own safety until investigators determine what caused a mysterious string of attacks that have harmed at least 21 Americans stationed there.

  • North Korea Accuses Donald Trump Of Declaring 'War'; 'Absurd,' Says US

    North Korea Accuses Donald Trump Of Declaring 'War'; 'Absurd,' Says US

    North Korea threatened on Monday to shoot down U.S. military planes, even if they are not in the country's airspace, arguing that President Donald Trump's bellicose tweets amount to a declaration of war.

'Carol Morello The Washington Post' - 27 News Result(s)

  • US Secretary Of State Gets Math Wrong On When Americans Freed By Iran

    US Secretary Of State Gets Math Wrong On When Americans Freed By Iran

    There is no country Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blasts more than Iran, by speech or by tweet. But his point got lost Sunday in a shower of blowback after he incorrectly calculated the date that American diplomats held hostage in Iran were released from the U.S. Embassy in Tehran.

  • "He Was Dumb As A Rock": Trump After Ex-State Secretary Criticises Him

    "He Was Dumb As A Rock": Trump After Ex-State Secretary Criticises Him

    Absence does not make the heart grow fonder when it comes to President Donald Trump and his first secretary of state, Rex Tillerson.

  • Saudi's Attempt To Keep Prince From Khashoggi Case Hasn't Quieted Uproar

    Saudi's Attempt To Keep Prince From Khashoggi Case Hasn't Quieted Uproar

    Saudi Arabia's foreign minister denied on Sunday that the nation's powerful young crown prince ordered Jamal Khashoggi's killing, but the attempt to distance Mohammed bin Salman from the journalist's demise did little to blunt an international uproar that could test Saudi Arabia's status as a regional power.

  • Iran Leading State Sponsor Of Terrorism With "Near-Global Reach": US

    Iran Leading State Sponsor Of Terrorism With "Near-Global Reach": US

    The State Department released a report Wednesday identifying Iran as the leading state sponsor of terrorism with a "near-global reach" and accusing it of sending suspected operatives to the United States.

  • US To Add Sanctions On Russia As Punishment For Nerve Agent Attack In UK

    US To Add Sanctions On Russia As Punishment For Nerve Agent Attack In UK

    The Trump administration said on Wednesday it would impose extensive new sanctions against Russia, banning a wide range of exports and other measures, as punishment for its use of a nerve agent in an attempt in March to assassinate British citizen and ex-Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter.

  • Trump Warns Iran's Rouhani Of Consequences "Few...Have Ever Suffered"

    Trump Warns Iran's Rouhani Of Consequences "Few...Have Ever Suffered"

    President Donald Trump, in a tweet in capital letters late Sunday night, warned Iranian President Hassan Rouhani that if Iran threatened the United States again, it would face severe consequences, as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the United States would step up broadcasts into Iran that could destabilize the country's theocratic rulers.

  • North Korea Contradicts US, Calls Its Approach To Talks "Gangster-Like"

    North Korea Contradicts US, Calls Its Approach To Talks "Gangster-Like"

    In a sharp signal that denuclearization negotiations with North Korea will be drawn out and difficult, Pyongyang on Saturday lambasted the U.S. stance as regrettable, gangster-like and cancerous, directly contradicting Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's rosy assessment that his two days of talks had been "productive."

  • Mystery Illness Continues To Trouble US Embassy Employees In Cuba

    Mystery Illness Continues To Trouble US Embassy Employees In Cuba

    Another US Embassy employee in Cuba has come down with mysterious health symptoms consistent with those suffered by at least two dozen workers at the Havana compound.

  • US Withdraws From UN Human Rights Council, Cites Bias Against Israel

    US Withdraws From  UN Human Rights Council, Cites Bias Against Israel

    The Trump administration withdrew from the United Nations Human Rights Council on Tuesday in protest of what it perceives as an entrenched bias against Israel and a willingness to allow notorious human rights abusers as members.

  • Trump, Kim Put Aside Years Of Broken Promises In Singapore Meet

    Trump, Kim Put Aside Years Of Broken Promises In Singapore Meet

    President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un put aside years of broken promises and threats of nuclear warfare as they sat down to begin discussions that could open the door to denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula

  • A Journey To North Korea With The Secretary Of State

    A Journey To North Korea With The Secretary Of State

    The State Department normally craves elaborate planning and procedures for everything. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's 13-hour visit to North Korea had little of that.

  • In The End, No One Was More Surprised That Tillerson Was Fired Than Tillerson

    In The End, No One Was More Surprised That Tillerson Was Fired Than Tillerson

    Rex Wayne Tillerson spent a tumultuous year at the helm of the State Department, frequently undercut by the president he disagreed with on key foreign policy issues and derided by many of his employees who blamed him for marginalizing their role and diplomacy itself.

  • US Cuts Military Aid To Pakistan As Feud, Fuelled By Trump Tweet, Flares Up

    US Cuts Military Aid To Pakistan As Feud, Fuelled By Trump Tweet, Flares Up

    The United States will suspend most of its security assistance to Pakistan, the State Department said Thursday, signaling the Trump administration's intent to force the country to eliminate militant safe havens.

  • US Slashes Embassy Staff In Cuba Over Apparent Sonic 'Attacks'

    US Slashes Embassy Staff In Cuba Over Apparent Sonic 'Attacks'

    The United States is yanking more than half its diplomatic personnel from the embassy in Havana and warning Americans not to visit Cuba, saying Friday it is for their own safety until investigators determine what caused a mysterious string of attacks that have harmed at least 21 Americans stationed there.

  • North Korea Accuses Donald Trump Of Declaring 'War'; 'Absurd,' Says US

    North Korea Accuses Donald Trump Of Declaring 'War'; 'Absurd,' Says US

    North Korea threatened on Monday to shoot down U.S. military planes, even if they are not in the country's airspace, arguing that President Donald Trump's bellicose tweets amount to a declaration of war.

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