- Madeleine Albright, First Woman to Serve as Secretary of State, Dies
- U.S. Accuses Russia of War Crimes in Ukraine
- Trump Withdraws Endorsement of Mo Brooks in Alabama Senate Race
- Supreme Court Rejects GOP Challenge to Wisconsin Congressional Districts
- WSJ News Exclusive | University of Southern California Pulls Out of Education-School Rankings, Citing Data Errors
As the nation’s top diplomat during the Clinton administration, she presided over U.S. diplomacy in the aftermath of the Cold War, renegotiating the nation’s relationship with Russia and advocating the enlargement of NATO by including former Soviet states.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken makes official declaration of U.S. assessment of actions by Russian forces.
The House member who appeared at the Jan. 6 rally outside the Capitol has struggled in the GOP Senate primary to succeed Richard Shelby.
The order leaves the state’s Democratic governor’s proposed map in place, but the court agrees with Republican-controlled state legislature in ordering state district maps reconsidered.
The University of Southern California has pulled its Rossier School of Education from U.S. News & World Report’s soon-to-be-released rankings of graduate education schools, citing data errors