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.
Released Activist Recounts Plight in China
Bush Names John Bolton as U.N. Ambassador
U.S. Considers Incentives to Combat Iran Nuclear Production
Washington Anticipates Bush Trip to Russia
Bush Downscales Millennium Challenge Funds in Budget
Activists Maintain Focus on Sudan Crisis
Rice Assumes State Department Post
Heated Senate Debate Slows Rice Confirmation
Condoleezza Rice Faces Tough Questioning on Iraq
Rice Says She'll Work to Improve Ties with Allies
Bush Ups Aid Commitment to Tsunami Victims
U.N.'s Annan Meets with Powell, Rice
Hopes Rest on Ambassador Bruton of the E.U.
Congress Offers Sudan $300 Million Aid Package
Scowcroft: Bush Should Back U.N. Changes