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December 1, 2010

The aftermath of President Obama's meeting yesterday with the GOP leadership sparked a discussion that recurs with some regularity within conservative circles. (President Obama pronounced...

After winning the prestigious Man Booker prize, British author Howard Jacobson is the toast of the literary world. What’s more, as Jonathan Foreman points out...

Rasmussen has just come out with a new poll of American adults indicating that 36 percent call themselves Republican and 34.7 percent Democrat. This is...

Over at the Debt-Reduction Commission, bipartisanship broke through this morning after all, though the votes necessary to give the recommendations force still aren’t there. Add...

While most around the country breathed a sigh of relief after undercover FBI agents foiled an Islamist extremist bomb plot in Portland, Oregon, this past...

NPR reports: The White House won't allow any new oil drilling in the eastern Gulf of Mexico for at least the next seven years because of...

You'll be hearing a lot today and tomorrow about an issue bubbling over in Washington called "net neutrality." You're probably aware of the concept of...

Finally, Washington is getting some bipartisan cooperation from some congressional leaders -- but it may not be what those who bemoan the lack of bipartisanship...

George W. Bush has written a powerful and elegant op-ed on why AIDS in Africa is America’s fight. The former president argues that it...

According to some media reports, the U.S. government is exaggerating the security threat of the latest WikiLeaks document dump. Take this McClatchy article, for instance....

The call by Democratic senators Chuck Schumer and Carl Levin for AIPAC to back passage of the stalled START treaty with Russia speaks volumes about...