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November 22, 2011

Tonight’s Republican presidential debate on foreign policy managed to touch on a number of important issues, including Iran’s nuclear threat and the prospect of defense...

Debate ends. Winner: Romney. Loser: Gingrich who, despite strong performance, gives Romney big opening to savage him on amnesty for illegals. As for the others:...

As we've seen from the string of flavor-of-the-week GOP candidates, the race is still unpredictable, and a single debate can make a big difference. In...

Here’s a report filled with good news. According to the United Nations’ annual report on the global AIDS epidemic, released yesterday, more people than ever are...

Mitt Romney comes off as the kind of person whose idea of a crazy time is wearing linen after Labor Day. So his People magazine interview...

The congressional supercommittee’s failure to bridge the vast divide between the two parties on taxes and spending is being attributed by many in the mainstream...

In the wake of the collapse of the so-called supercommittee, President Obama said, “There are still too many Republicans in Congress who have refused to...

Liberals often derided the Bush administration for what they claimed was the poor quality of its judicial nominees who were widely declared by the media...

Join us tonight as senior online editor Jonathan S. Tobin live blogs the latest Republican presidential debate from Washington, D.C. sponsored by the American Enterprise...

Tonight’s latest installment of America’s most popular political reality show will give us another chance to evaluate the Republican presidential candidates' foreign policy credentials. But while...

You have to give French President Nicolas Sarkozy credit: So far, he’s the only international leader to demand the world put its money where its...

This certainly isn’t the first terror case handled by the NYPD that’s sparked concern over entrapment. Back during the Herald Square bomb case, the claims...