Federico Klein, a Trump appointee who was still employed at Foggy Bottom on Jan. 6, is the first member of the Trump administration to face charges from the attempted insurrection.
Ned Price just became the first out-gay spokesperson for the State Department. Tim Teeman surveys his career in intelligence—and how coming out helped unlock a powerful gay voice.
The transition team tells The Daily Beast that the former assistant secretary of state for Asia will return to government service in an expansive White House role.
Prosecutors hit Brian Jeffrey Raymond with two new charges related to women he allegedly drugged, sexually assaulted, and photographed or videotaped.
The FBI is trying to hunt down alleged victims of an embassy worker who allegedly drugged his dates, sexually assaulted them and made sickening videos.
Democratic heavyweights Tony Blinken, Lloyd Austin, and Michele Flournoy all have equity in a firm investing in government contractors. One watchdog calls the practice “gross.”
Biden will quarterback his own team, working with superb picks who are at once a symbolic rebuke to Trump and capable of the tough work of repairing the damage that Trump has done.