Post Archive

October 10, 2012

The mystery of what the administration knew and did both before and after the Benghazi attack continues to deepen. A former official in the Bush...

Four months after a Cologne court rattled European Jews with a ruling that banned circumcision, the German government took the first step toward granting the...

The Obama administration’s Benghazi response continued to unravel at the House Oversight Committee hearing today, as State Department officials struggled unsuccessfully to get their stories...

Among the chatter heading into tomorrow night’s vice presidential debate between Paul Ryan and current Vice President Joe Biden, it’s easy to pick up on...

Democrats have long pooh-poohed the idea that President Obama was in any trouble in Pennsylvania this year. The president romped in Pennsylvania four years ago,...

Democrats are now thinking about the vice presidential debate a bit differently than they might have expected just a week ago. Rather than Vice President...

The nominees for the National Book Award in fiction were announced earlier today, and they are truly a bad lot: • Junot Díaz, This Is...

The barbarism of the Taliban is occasionally disguised but never very effectively and never for long. The latest example of them showing their true colors...

It looks like the Obama campaign is forging ahead with its ill-conceived Big Bird ad campaign, despite ridicule from across the political spectrum. On the...

I share the two cheers Max seems to offer for the slight forward march of democracy, especially in Georgia, where longtime American ally Mikheil Saakashvili...

It only took the State Department a month to acknowledge what the rest of us had gathered weeks ago: there was no random protest outside...

The good folks at Germany's Stop the Bomb campaign alerted me to this latest tidbit, which clearly shows what a double game Berlin now plays...