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Culture & Civilization

Delta and Bank of America have pulled out of sponsoring the New York Public Theaters’s production of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” in Central Park because the...
ISIS

On Wednesday, at least 12 were killed and 39 wounded when a team of gunmen and suicide bombers executed a simultaneous strike on two sites...
midway

On June 4th, 1942, 75 years ago yesterday, the American and Japanese navies met west of Midway Island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean....
civil war

I deeply disagree with Max Boot regarding the removal of statues and the renaming of military bases to expunge from public view the national memory of the Civil...
World War I

A hundred years ago today, the United States declared war on the German Empire, entering the First World War on the side of Britain and...
canada

Last Thursday, the Canadian Parliament voted overwhelmingly for a motion to condemn Islamophobia, as proposed by rookie Liberal MP Iqra Khalid. A reflection of Parliament’s moral...

In the post-November 8 universe, one man’s fake news is another man’s vitally important scoop. The third-most emailed article in today’s New York Times is surely...
New York Times

The New York Times this morning had a story splashed across its front page with the ominous headline, “Earth Sets a Temperature Record for Third Straight Year.” Its first...
Richard Nixon

John A. Farrell, a former newspaperman who is the author of a new Nixon biography, has generated lots of attention with his claim to have...
Azerbaijan

The boycott of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations Chanukah party is growing. The event is being held at the Trump International...
Azerbaijan

It may be just another holiday party, but the decision whether to attend it may be more than a matter of scheduling. By boycotting the...
Pearl Harbor

Seventy-five years ago today, Japanese carrier-based airplanes swept over the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor and inflicted upon the American Navy the worst defeat...