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.
Few of U.S. Emergency Funds Reaching Iraq
Unrest Could Restrict Voting in Iraq Elections
Rumsfeld Hints Iraqi Voting Could Be Limited
U.S. Quiet as Putin Consolidates Power
U.S. Lifts Terror Sanctions on Libya
U.S. Stance on Iraq Contrasts with Intelligence
State Dept. Intelligence Agency Wins Praise
U.S. Wants to Shift Billions to Iraqi Security
Bush Program for Poor Nations Off to Slow Start
U.S. Med Students Can Finish School in Cuba
Powell: Attacks in Sudan Are 'Genocide'
Senate Will Look Into Abu Ghraib Abuses
Powell's Standing in Bush Administration
U.N. Urges African Peacekeepers for Sudan
Is the Iraq Occupation Fracturing the 'Neo-Con' Movement?