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The Sony hacking story has largely been treated as a juicy showbiz gossip scandal. We’re probably going to regret that. If North Korea is behind the...

On October 19 on Fox News Sunday, with the debate over the U.S. response to the spread of Ebola in full swing, George Will quoted...

Two years ago this month, America was transfixed by one of the most horrific domestic tragedies in recent memory. A mad gunman attacked an elementary...

Given the volatility and sensitivity of “racial profiling” these days, heightened by recent developments in Ferguson, New York, and Cleveland and by brand new law-enforcement...

Yesterday’s congressional oversight hearing on ObamaCare was, to those interested enough to watch, mostly about Jonathan Gruber, the ObamaCare architect who was caught on video...

The recent Bloomberg poll showing that a majority of Americans believe race relations have worsened on President Obama’s watch probably doesn’t have too much to...

Today was a bittersweet day for me. After decreasing the frequency of print newspaper delivery to weekends only, I finally cut the print umbilical cord...

On Wednesday night, Intelligence Squared U.S. held an enlightening debate on genetically modified foods on the Upper West Side of Manhattan (video here). As anyone...

Mike Gallagher is a popular radio talk-show host. I've long had a cordial relationship with him, and I've appeared on his program many times. But...

To read the New York Times today on the tragic death of Eric Garner is to forget, momentarily, the ideological canyon between right and left...

“The future belongs to crowds,” wrote Don DeLillo in his 1991 novel Mao II. Boy, was he right. Today it’s protests in response to a baffling grand...

The so-far inexplicable decision of the grand jury that decided not to hand down an indictment in the case of a New York City police officer who...