Sen John Kerry
U.S. Sen. John Kerry embarked on a farewell tour of Massachusetts on Thursday, a day before he formally steps down from the office he’s held for nearly three decades to become the nation’s next secretary of state.
Former Congressman Barney Frank says he wants to be interim senator if and when Sen. John Kerry leaves office.
The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee says the US-Pakistan relationship is at a critical juncture and both countries need to get it right.
Senator John Kerry is calling on Yale University to follow the lead of Harvard University and welcome the military’s Reserve Officer Training Corps back to campus.
Several U.S. senators including John Kerry and Scott Brown of Massachusetts are appealing to the Senate Appropriations Committee to maintain funding for an alternative engine for the Pentagon’s next-generation warplane.
U.S. Sen. John Kerry promised the Pakistani people Tuesday that a jailed U.S. embassy worker will be subjected to a U.S. criminal investigation if he is released by the Pakistani government.
Sen. John Kerry says the Egyptian people have won the chance for a new beginning, but considerable work lies ahead to assure free and fair elections in that country.
U.S. Senators John Kerry and Scott Brown are taking opposites sides in the fight over whether to repeal the national health care overhaul law backed by President Barack Obama.
Sen. John Kerry is saying publicly what senior U.S. officials have said only privately: Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak should step down.
Sen. John Kerry told CNN Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak needs to create a transition that works for the people, the region and avoids chaos.