Judge Orders New Federal Review Of Keystone XL PipelineA federal judge has ordered the U.S. State Department to conduct a more thorough review of the Keystone XL pipeline's proposed pathway.
Attorneys: Forced Labor Accusations Against N. Texas Couple Are 'Lies'The attorney for Densise Cros-Toure said, "We believe this complaint is riddled with salacious allegations, fabrications and lies."
5 Mexican States Get Highest US 'Do Not Travel' WarningFive states in Mexico now have the sternest "do not travel" advisories under a revamped U.S. State Department system unveiled Wednesday.
Mexico: 8 Americans Killed In Tour Bus CrashEight Americans, two Swedes and one Canadian were among the fatalities of a bus crash in eastern Mexico, state officials said Wednesday.
US Takes Steps To Make It Harder For Americans To Visit Cuba The Trump administration is imposing travel and commerce restrictions on Cuba that will make it harder for Americans to visit the island nation.
Child Sex Offenders To Be Identified On U.S. PassportsThe State Department said this week it will revoke existing passports of registered child sex offenders and require them to apply for a new one that carries a notice saying the bearer "was convicted of a sex offense against a minor."
U.S. Travel Warning Troubles Cuba's Small BusinessesA U.S. State Department travel warning for Cuba following mysterious attacks that harmed nearly two dozen American diplomats has come like a bucket of cold water for the aspirations of thousands of private entrepreneurs on the island.
State Department Issues Mexico Travel Warning About Tainted AlcoholThe U.S. State Department is now warning Americans to consume alcohol in moderation while visiting Mexico, and to get medical help if they feel sick while drinking in the country. 
U.S. To Ban American Citizens From Travel To North KoreaA senior Trump administration official has confirmed to CBS News that starting in late August the U.S. government will ban American citizens from traveling to North Korea.
US Says $400M Payment Was Contingent On Release Of PrisonersThe State Department says a $400 million cash payment to Iran was contingent on the release of American prisoners.
Ex-State Dept. Worker To Be Sentenced For 'Sextortion' SchemeSitting at a desk in the American embassy in London, a former U.S. State Department employee used his government-issued computer to prey on vulnerable young women and manipulate them into sharing nude photos.