Denying media reports, senior State Department official dismissed talk of U.S.-brokered normalization as 'just another Israeli leak'
Michael Richard Pompeo was born December 30, 1963. He is a former three-term U.S. congressman from Kansas, and became the director of the Central Intelligence Agency and is now the 70th U.S. secretary of state under President Donald Trump.
Pompeo was born and raised in Southern California. He attended the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and spent five years in active duty. He graduated at Harvard Law School and ran two businesses before turning to politics.
Pompeo has stated that he opposes same-sex marriage and that abortions should only be allowed if necessary to save the life of the mother. He also opposed the Affordable Care Act.
Mike and his wife are affiliated with the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, teaching Sunday school and serving as a church deacon.
The PM and state secretary discussed 'developments in the region,' but the meeting did not yield any concrete steps
The PM and state secretary are set to discuss 'developments in the region,' after planned meeting on the sidelines of NATO summit was called off over 'logistics'
Sources say Merkel and Macron hadn’t responded to attempts to arrange meetings in London with the Israeli leader, who was set to meet with Pompeo
One man moderately wounded by live fire, two lightly injured by rubber bullets and 28 by tear gas in clashes with Israeli security forces in cities across the West Bank
Rallies and marches expected Tuesday to protest Trump administration’s decision to no longer define Israeli settlements in the West Bank as illegal under international law
In a letter sent to Mike Pompeo, more than 100 members of Congress say this will corrode the U.S.'s position as a honest broker between Israelis, Palestinians
Labor leader Amir Peretz joined the chorus of critics ignoring the history of his own party and the importance of the settlement project
Israel envoy vindicated by Washington's decision tells Europeans to back off ■ Israeli human rights activist argues there can be no peace without advocating for Palestinian and Israeli well-being equally
Analysis After Jerusalem and the Golan Heights, the Latest Trump Statement Isn't Going to Make Settlements Legal
With both Trump and Netanyahu facing political troubles at home, timing of U.S. policy shift is surprising, as Secretary Pompeo insists all his administration is trying to do is 'advance peace'
Israelis Laud 'Historic' U.S. Policy Shift on Settlements; Palestinians Call for International Rebuke
The EU stresses following the announcement, made by Secretary Pompeo, that 'all settlement activity erodes the prospects for a lasting peace'
Meeting takes place after Pompeo, U.S. Vice President Pence broker cease-fire between Turkey and Kurdish forces in northeast Syria
The visit will take place amid ongoing Ankara's offensive in Syria
U.S. secretary of state defended the Trump administration's approach to Ukraine, which is driving an impeachment inquiry in Congress
'I was on the call,' secretary of state says as Democrats look into Trump's request from Ukrainian president to investigate Joe Biden
Iran, which has denied involvement in the incident, warned the U.S. it will retaliate immediately if it is targeted
Pompeo says Iran launched 'unprecedented attack on the world’s energy supply' after attacks that raise concerns about global oil supply
Chances for European efforts at renewed U.S.-Iran talks increasingly under strain as Mike Pompeo says 'reliable information' shows tanker headed to Syrian port
Lebanese sources say Pompeo 'stressed the need to avoid any escalation and work with all concerned parties to prevent any form of deterioration'
'Many on the Hill aren't willing to join in curbing wasteful spending,' senior administration official says
United States has issued a warrant to seize the tanker on the grounds that it had links to Iran's Revolutionary Guards, which it designates as a terrorist organization
State Secretary and Khamenei trade barbs on Twitter on Jewish, Muslim holidays
Called 'Operation Sentinel,' the American plan has thus far attracted few commitments from other nations
U.S. Secretary of State also dismisses in Fox interview Iran's claims that is has captured 17 spies working for the CIA
Pompeo said Chinese government officials sought to discourage countries from attending a U.S.-hosted conference on religious freedom
Deal is expected to be based on an American promise to withdraw its troops in exchange for a Taliban promise not to use Afghanistan as a base for terrorism