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The Hill is reporting that Colorado Senator Cory Gardner is introducing a bill that would require drug companies that produce birth control drugs to apply to the...

Doubtless, there will be some soccer fans who, this morning, are grimacing at the news that fourteen top officials of FIFA, the sport's world governing...

A strikingly candid New York Times dispatch published on Friday has apparently spooked Hillary Clinton’s cadre of supine acolytes. The arch-conservatives at the Times noted...

“Mad Men” is off the air. Personally, I bailed out in the second season and never looked back, no matter how many people told me...

From last summer’s disturbances in Ferguson, Missouri to the more recent riots in Baltimore, the country has been engaged in a debate about police violence...

A bit over a year ago, I wrote here about Greg Lukianoff’s Unlearning Liberty, an expose and study of campus censorship. Lukianoff is, of course,...

Robert Wistrich, the distinguished and gentlemanly historian of anti-Semitism, has died suddenly at the age of 70. His article "Judeophobia and Marxism" appeared in our December...
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Heady optimism, embedded as it is in the American genetic code, was perhaps never more pronounced than in the wake of Barack Obama’s 2008 victory....

Americans have now had more than 48 hours to grieve about Tuesday night’s Amtrak crash outside of Philadelphia that took the lives of eight persons...

Do the names Benjamin Deen and Liquori Tate mean anything to you? Probably not, but they should. Messrs. Deen and Tate, both police officers, were shot...

On Wednesday, the White House responded to the House of Representatives passage of a bill that banned abortions after 20 weeks as another example of...

Yesterday, during a conversation about poverty at the Catholic-Evangelical Summit at Georgetown University, President Obama employed his favorite rhetorical device — a straw man opponent...