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March 7, 2011

I’ve never been very good with Hollywood. Flying from Honolulu to Los Angeles yesterday, Courtney Cox was sitting two rows in front of me. Even...

This was predictable, considering the comments from Robert Gates and Eric Holder recently, but it still has to be a bit of an embarrassing moment...

According to press reports, the federal government posted its largest monthly deficit in history in February at $223 billion, according to preliminary numbers the Congressional...

These days, as Michael Rubin suggests, it seems that most new developments serve to indict more than one facet of the Obama foreign policy. Modern...

According to a Quinnipiac poll in which voters rated their feelings about politicians and other national figures, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is “the hottest...

Sen. John Ensign has called a press conference this afternoon to discuss his “political future,” and he’s expected to announce his retirement. Recent polls have shown...

According to the Hill newspaper: “The number of temporary healthcare reform waivers granted by the Obama administration to organizations climbed to more than 1,000, according...

The bad news? Even the authoritarian police state of China -- which is currently imprisoning the latest Nobel Peace Prize laureate -- is enjoying a...

Some open-government proponents are apparently unhappy with the Obama administration’s “aggressive legal offensive” against whistleblowers in the federal government, according to Politico. Since the beginning of...

The New York Times reports on very worrisome happenings in Iraq: "Two political parties that led demonstrations in Baghdad over the past two weeks said...

In case you missed it yesterday morning, Howard Kurtz had Jennifer Rubin and David Frum on Reliable Sources to make the conservative case against Glenn...

The man who is probably the best newspaper columnist that ever was, George F. Will, has a typically tough column about the Republican presidential field...