Department of State
VICE News spoke to career diplomat Tom Shannon in his first interview since retiring from the agency.
Diplomats from the rogue nation have reportedly racked up more than 1,300 tickets and haven't paid a cent.
Even if the president doesn't believe in science, he can't stop progress altogether—or so attendees of the COP22 conference hope.
The plans come amid a renewed hike in children and families reaching the US from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala. They include a deal in which Costa Rica has agreed to act as a kind of holding nation for asylum seekers in urgent need of relocation
The watchdog found that Clinton did not comply with State Department policies on records in her use of private email, and she also declined to be interviewed for an investigation.
In the span of a couple decades, email has gone from being a novelty to an innovation to a convenience to a necessity to a nuisance. Let's just get rid of it.