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It looks like HSBC may be doing a bit of damage control in Foggy Bottom after its pro-Iran ad campaign sparked criticism from the media...

Some Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions groups are going to have to find a new way to bankroll their important anti-Israel endeavors (hummus boycotts, costume parties,...

As is always the case, it seems, Time magazine's selection of Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg as Person of the Year is generating scorn...

As I observed yesterday, the debt commission came out with a preliminary report that was better than expected from the perspective of conservatives and an...

As I previously noted, NPR's perennial claim that only a sliver of its funding comes from the taxpayers is misleading. Now CEO Vivian Schiller comes clean: “If defunding...

Vivian Schiller, NPR's CEO, who will be remembered for her firing of Juan Williams and her slander of him thereafter, has apologized. Sort of. Not...

Awkward. Charles Krauthammer vs. Tina Totenberg. Unsurprising. "The knives are out for Christiane Amanpour at ABC News' DC bureau." The only people happy about NPR's firing...

There's an understatement: "Juan Williams said Friday morning that NPR fired him this week because the radio network had become 'vindictive' over his appearances on...

Larry Summers is heading back to Harvard. His tenure as head of the National Economic Council was marked by escalating unemployment, a flood of red...

The Washington Jewish Week reveals just how far off the path J Street has wandered from its ostensible purpose: J Street -- the self-professed "pro-Israel, pro-peace"...

Not even Dana Milbank can make excuses for Imam Abdul Rauf: "He claims he wishes to improve the standing of Muslims in the United States,...

I don't often agree with Mark Halperin's political take, which is often indistinguishable from the Democratic talking points of the day. But it's hard to...