Post Archive

April 26, 2011

It’s official: Katie Couric is stepping down as anchor of the CBS Evening News. A generation ago, this would have been a huge event; today, it’s...

Amnesty International has a history of promoting anti-Israel bigotry, so this report that the NGO is hosting an event with the Hamas-friendly publication Middle East Monitor...

By widespread consensus, even (and maybe especially) among Washington Redskin fans, Dan Snyder is a lousy owner. It turns out he’s an even worse writer....

Of the Jewish writers who dominated American fiction in the mid-1950s, Bernard Malamud, born on this day in Brooklyn in 1914, was perhaps the greatest...

COMMENTARY has just made available  to all online readers Scott W. Atlas's "The Worst Study Ever?" from our April issue. Atlas is a professor of radiology...

There’s a slight logical flaw in the Human Rights Campaign’s crusade against King & Spalding. If the HRC actually believes (as it’s said in the...

Of the potential GOP 2012 candidates, Haley Barbour was the only serious contender who leaned toward isolationism on foreign policy. When he insinuated that the...

The Obama administration has turned a blind eye as the United Nations slow-rolled the UN’s Special Tribunal for Lebanon, which was charged with investigating the...

I rarely find myself in disagreement on foreign policy with the Washington Post’s editorial page, which under the leadership of editor Fred Hiatt and deputy...

The South Korean ambassador to Iran has donated $83,000 to the Imam Khomeini Relief Committee in Tehran. Perhaps his goal was a quid pro quo:...

There is increasing talk of Republicans tying their acquiescence to an increase in the debt ceiling (which could be reached as soon as May 16th)...

President Obama’s campaign manager Jim Messina released a video for supporters yesterday, outlining the president’s reelection strategy. He touched on some key themes that Democrats...