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Davi Bernstein

Davi Bernstein

An article in today’s Los Angeles Times reports new, sordid details in the investigation of Nada Nadim Prouty, a Lebanese woman—an illegal immigrant—who was nevertheless...

At the beginning of my sophomore year in college, I decided that a part-time student job at Yale University Press would be a good line-item...

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s claim that “we don’t have homosexuals in Iran” should be taken, like his wish to wipe Israel off the map, as a serious...

Fred Barnes, in the upcoming Weekly Standard, writes in “The Day the Emails Died” that Peter Wehner, through his many White House years, emailed ideas and...

Barack Obama made headlines yesterday with tough talk about terrorism. Andrew Sullivan called his speech a “JFK Strategy,” alluding to the 1960 charge—the infamous “missile...

New York City recently celebrated Restaurant Week, a biannual affair in which the city's "best" restaurants offer discounted—and shrunken—prix fixe meals. The summer slump that...

In his victory speech on election night this past May, Nicolas Sarkozy declared that under his reign, “the pride and the duty of France” will...

“Taking arms against Harry Potter, at this moment, is to emulate Hamlet taking arms against a sea of troubles. By opposing the sea, you won't...

A few months ago, before Nicholas Kristof's appearance in the Tufts University Hillel’s “Moral Voices” lecture series, a Tufts student asked him to define his...

American movies show, with a contrast and vividness perhaps unmatched in any other medium, the depths and the heights of our collective culture. This goes...

Yesterday Rudy Giuliani’s presidential campaign announced the selection of Charles Hill, a career Foreign Service officer who retired from government life to teach diplomacy at...

This week the United States is engaging in its first direct talks with North Korea in over five years—apparently, according to the New York Times,...