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Carlos Pascual's resignation came amid increased tensions between the United States and Mexico after Pascual's criticism of anti-drug efforts were made public.
The U.S. and its allies struck back against the forces of Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi after his government failed to observe an immediate ceasefire.
Clinton made it perfectly clear once again: She's through with politics after next year and intends to return to private life.
Bowing to precedent -- and perhaps the advice of his 2012 campaign staff -- President Obama finally attended the dinner that has been thrown by Washington journalists for 126 years.
The U.S. invasion of Iraq toppled Saddam Hussein, but it may have robbed Iraqis of eventually pursuing a home-grown victory. With Libya, U.S. officials remember such pitfalls of intervention.
Once Americans were safely out of Libya on Friday, the president quickly cracked down on Gadhafi, imposing economic sanctions and a freeze on $30 billion in assets.
And we sent them an Angry Bird too.
Asked if she'd consider a presidential run, the secretary of state says she has "no thoughts for 2016." Teaching, and hitting the beach, however, are good bets down the road.
The decision to support efforts by Egypt's vice president to forge a compromise with opposition groups was announced by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in Munich.
A tabloid report that the pair is on the rocks -- over when to start a family -- is 'completely false,' a family friend told Politics Daily.
The Egyptian uprising presents the administration with its most serious foreign policy crisis to date. Equally worrisome: will the chaos spread to nearby countries, especially Yemen?
ElBaradei appears in Cairo's Tahrir Square, telling the protesters, "You are the future."
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