Post Archive

October 11, 2011

The most telling moment in tonight’s Republican presidential debate came at the start of the second hour when the candidates were given the opportunity to...

Romney concludes the evening with yet another small stumble but without anyone having laid a glove on him. He leaves the stage the way he...

We’re only moments away from the start of tonight’s Republican presidential debate. Mitt Romney comes in as the frontrunner with momentum earned from a lead...

According to Reuters, “Four years ago, Senator Claire McCaskill was one of Barack Obama's biggest boosters in his presidential campaign. But when he recently visited...

I hate the death penalty and always have, so I do not say this lightly, but it’s high time even opponents of capital punishment start...

I agree with Michael Rubin the Obama administration “projecting weakness” gave Iran the impression it could carry out a terror attack this brazen without serious consequences....

I understand the appeal of Herman Cain, who seems like a likeable and engaging man. He’s someone who has an impressive business history. He can...

Max is right that the prisoner exchange Israel is about to conclude with Hamas is an enormous victory for terrorism and a blow to Israeli security....

Join us tonight as senior online editor Jonathan S. Tobin live blogs the latest Republican presidential debate from New Hampshire. So tune in to Bloomberg...

Israel has a well-earned reputation for being tough on terrorism—witness its punitive raids and targeted killings of terrorists going back to the 1950s and beyond....

The Iran Human Rights Documentation Center has put together a formidable list of all the Iranian assassinations targeting Iranian dissidents outside Iran. Alas, one of the...

ABC News is reporting U.S. officials have disrupted an Iranian plot to bomb the Israeli and Saudi embassies in Washington, and assassinate the Saudi ambassador to...