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December 20, 2007

Another day, another set of polls. One says John McCain is now tied with Mitt Romney for the lead in New Hampshire. But that does...

Sidney Lumet's Before the Devil Knows You're Dead isn't so much a heist picture as a post-heist picture, a film about the sad and deadly...

Michael Howard has a fascinating story in today’s Guardian. In his piece, Howard profiles Muhammad Rafiq (not the man's real name): Muhammad is one of the...

At this moment, the monstrous state run by Kim Jong Il is holding over a thousand South Koreans against their will. Approximately 540 of...

On Wednesday, longtime jihad apologist Michel Sabbah, the Latin Patriarch and Archbishop of Jerusalem, lashed out against Israel once again. The Jerusalem Post reports: “If there's...

A Connecting the Dots reader, J.E. Dyer, an extremely well-informed student of intelligence affairs, helps to fill in the picture about the mysterious attack on the South Africa nuclear facility: South...

Which is more bizarre: A rabbi of one religious movement claiming that the "reek of hell wafts" from the synagogues of another—or the latter suing...

Few magazine covers are more iconic than Time’s annual “Person of the Year” issue, which commemorates the individual who has had the greatest impact on...

Gordon Chang's post yesterday reveals the inroads Iran is making with anti-American elements across Latin America. This adds further credence to the belief that Iran...

News from South Africa: Amazingly, at the same time those four men entered Pelindaba from its eastern perimeter, a separate group of intruders failed in an...