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The divorce between Keith Olbermann and MSNBC is no surprise. Mr. Olbermann is a notoriously difficult personality; he left on bad terms with ESPN, FOX...

Christian Ortner, a commentator for the Austrian dailies Wiener Zeitung and Die Presse, picked up a golden journalistic nugget about Leila Trabelsi, the wife of...

Mike Pence’s speech yesterday to the Detroit Economic Club was his third major address on national issues in three months. Combined with his speech at...

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...

Here's how it works in the Middle East. An Israeli security guard travels through a section of the nation's capital (no, dear liberals, East Jerusalem is...

Good advice to conservative pundits from Michael Gerson (in defending Karl Rove): "[A commentator] owes his readers or viewers his best judgment -- which means he cannot simply...

In his excellent memoir, A Journey: My Political Life, Tony Blair writes about his electoral victory in 1997: We were very quickly appreciating the daunting revelation...

Some of those who favor placing Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf's proposal to build a mosque and Islamic center near Ground Zero have used malicious rhetoric...

Helen Thomas's "enlightened" colleagues are sad, oh so very sad, about the departure of their "friend." Chuck Todd and Andrea Mitchell seem to be trying...

The "peace process" is underway, George Mitchell boasts. But the first "achievement" reveals how inane the entire exercise is. This report explains that the State...

Hillary Clinton periodically expresses a spasm of concern that her reputation and legacy are going down the drain with the Obami. She trotted out a...

Shades of Frank Drebin: Gordon Brown may have sunk his chances in Britain’s general election with an unguarded comment into a microphone he didn’t realize...