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Normally, I like a hanging judge, and I am certainly a big fan of Michael Mukasey, the esteemed former federal judge and attorney general. He...

Lebanon’s Druze leader Walid Jumblatt now says he “supports” Hezbollah and the ghastly regime in Syria that murdered his father and his friend Rafik Hariri....

Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) has hit the ground running as the new chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. First items on the agenda: cutting...

Assange arrested in London, but extradition to Sweden “could take months,” reports the BBC. Despite the development, a WikiLeaks spokesman says the site will continue...

Could the 2012 GOP presidential primary start closer to 2012? "Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is letting donors know it’ll be a while before he...

Hooray for Newton, Massachusetts!: "Temple Beth Avodah, a Reform Jewish synagogue in Newton, has abruptly canceled an event with the president of J Street, a...

Jonathan Last's must-read piece on Obama eschews exotic or fanciful explanations for the president's mindset and precipitous fall to earth. It's not anti-colonialism that motivates him, or...

Remember the Democratic "comeback"? Well, forget it. Poof, things -- just this weekend -- took a turn for the worse, pronounces Politico: More bad polls. More...

If there were any doubt that politics as usual is out the window this fall, it is confirmed by the latest polls from New York,...

If Barack Obama were running in the November election, the sentence revealed today from the president's interview with Woodward -- "We can absorb a terrorist...

The debate over how the Israeli government will deal with the expiration of its six-month settlement freeze in the West Bank got stranger yesterday when...

Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, head of the Republican Governors Association and making his way onto the list of 2012 presidential contenders, touts the Tea Party–GOP...