Post Archive

July 30, 2013

If you were in the mood for a fast-food meal yesterday or today in several parts of the country, you were in for a surprise:...

For a press corps that can’t wait to start covering the 2016 horse race, the exchanges this past week between New Jersey Governor Chris Christie...

There’s an increasingly contentious debate within the GOP over whether Republicans should oppose any bill to fund the government or increase the debt limit that...

One of the sources of frustration for many of the participants in popular uprisings over the last couple of years is that the same qualities...

While Secretary of State John Kerry is spending most of his time in office desperately trying to revive peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians,...

Confirmation that Hugo Chavez's allies knew all along that the late Venezuelan president was suffering from terminal cancer, despite their protestations to the contrary, has...

For misleading headlines, it’s hard to beat this one from the AP yesterday: “Exclusive: 4 in 5 in US Face Near-Poverty, No Work.” Sounds like...

There has been a lot cheerleading in the media the last few days for Secretary of State John Kerry and the new Middle East peace...

There are few aspects of the peace process on which all serious observers can agree, but one of the closest areas of unanimity is this:...

The chairman of the Federal Reserve is, arguably, the second most powerful office in Washington. So who gets to occupy that office is always subject...

While in Cairo yesterday to meet with Egypt’s new leaders, Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas let drop a few remarks about the peace negotiations with...

Fresh off one overhyped "achievement"--forcing a restart of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks that have scant chance of success--Secretary of State John Kerry is apparently eager to...