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January 4, 2008

Walking away from the Coen Brothers film of No Country for Old Men, you may have a couple of questions. For instance, why is the...

More voters. That's the key detail from Iowa last night. The Republican caucus electorate was 20 percent larger than in 2000 (from 86,000 to 103,000);...

Yesterday, the Foreign Ministry in Beijing announced that Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will begin a three-day visit to China on January 13. There...

Yesterday, when Sam Munson related the sad news of George MacDonald Fraser's death, he pointed readers to the Telegraph's obituaries page. Fraser was memorialized in...

French President Nicolas Sarkozy is showing up the United States, and not just because he has a far better looking girlfriend than any Commander-in-Chief of...

Here are some details from the conference call I just had with Senator John McCain. On last night’s results, the Senator was quick to point...

Japan is one place where Hillary Clinton’s drubbing in Iowa may spark some optimism. During a just-completed visit to that country, high government officials reminded me...

As we noted yesterday, the January 1 deadline for North Korea to turn in a complete accounting of its nuclear-weapons program, as it agreed to...

A few thoughts about last night: 1. The biggest story, by far, is Barack Obama’s victory. He’s going to come out of Iowa like a freight...