Michele Kelemen A former NPR Moscow bureau chief, Michele Kelemen now covers the State Department. Her reports can be heard on all NPR News programs — from Morning Edition to All Things Considered.
Clinton Takes Charge; Special Envoys Named
Official Reflects On Foreign Aid Triumphs, Challenges
Obama's U.N. Pick Pledges To Work For Reform
No Stumbling Block Expected At Clinton Hearing
Obama To Discuss Trade, Drug War With Calderon
Rice Says Successor Hillary Clinton Will 'Do Great'
Report: WMD Attack Likely By 2013
U.N. Envoy Nominee Rice Known As Smart, Tough
Clinton, Obama Need A Unified Front
Experts Urge Obama To Engage Early On Middle East
Eight Isn't Enough: G-20 Countries To Meet In D.C.
Syria Agitates Over U.S. Raid
New President To Redefine Democracy-Spreading
G-7 Leaders: We'll Tackle Crisis Together