Our unilateral concessions to Putin have brought us no reciprocity.
A carpetbagger from Tennessee who works for Merrill Lynch and MSNBC running for the Senate in New York? What could go wrong?
Snubbed by the PA, in trouble on his right flank at home over his settlement policy, Prime Minister Netanyahu walks a tightrope between Washington's desires and Israel's security needs.
The Nobel Peace Prize winner has proved a busted flush from China to Sudan to Iran.
New York's advertising blitz concedes too much to faith and treats atheism as if it were the worldview with something to prove.
HRW's senior military analyst doesn't see anything wrong with being an avid collector of Nazi memorabilia.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's relaxed trade policies have caused a growth spurt in the West Bank.
A vicious Saudi cleric is welcomed with open arms in London.
HRW trolls for funding in Saudi Arabia by trumpeting its anti-Israel credentials.
Protecting and nurturing Iraqi Kurds will be a stabilizing factor after U.S. combat troops are withdrawn.
Allowing the Taliban to impose Islamic law is turning life into a nightmare for residents in a Pakistani province.
Canada was right to deny the British MP entry.
The question isn't "Why aren't more men getting married before age 30?" It's "Why are any?"
Failing to connect Palin to a group few Jews take seriously.
John McCain's shrewd move has already robbed the Democrats of their post-convention afterglow.
What good is satire if you have to explain what you are lampooning?
It's not about combat, Wesley — it's about character.
The NYC mayor substitutes high-priced PR and nanny-statism for good government.
Forget McCain and Lieberman. This would be the ultimate bipartisan match.
A Barack-Hillary fusion would be more like teammates from hell than a dream team. Why would Obama subject himself to a stolen limelight and a neutered presidency?
Which way al-Qaeda? Trotsky or Che? The bitter ideological squabbles of Islamic jihadists are following in the footsteps of the philosophical arguments that fractured Communist comrades.
Back in 1784, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson had to decide whether to appease or stand up to armed Middle Eastern pirates. Sound familiar?