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I don't want to be profiled at the airport. It has happened before, and I hate it. Volunteering for more isn't what I feel like...

Maureen Dowd -- I know you're shocked I'd think this -- doesn't get it remotely right in her column on the fall from grace of Tiger...

Climategate has claimed its first casualty. The AP is reporting that Phil Jones, the head of the Climate Research Unit at the University of East...

The central problem in foreign press coverage of Israel is the tendency of journalists to rewrite and sensationalize current events or, more commonly, to mischaracterize...

As revealed in Eli Lake's bombshell story, the National Iranian-American Council has often acted as an advocate for the interests of the Iranian regime, especially...

The White House took issue over the weekend with the New York Times's characterization of its position on the GI bill. Hillary Clinton has had...

Two quick notes. 1)  We've changed servers (don't ask, it's too complicated and boring to explain), and if you're having any difficulty dealing with our site, chances...

Israeli President Shimon Peres has announced the impressive list of luminaries who will attend the upcoming conference celebrating Israel's 60th birthday. They include George W....

Even though it has been repeatedly exposed, American cooperation with and assistance to the Chinese police state continues. Former Nanjing University professor Guo Quan is suing...

It didn’t take long for Bill Clinton to get his wish. The media is now bathing Hillary in the delirious adoration of which she’d been...

Iraqi Army soldiers have a terrible reputation for cowardice and corruption – especially in Baghdad – but it’s unfair to write them all off after...

The Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges (1899–1986) was original to a degree that should enchant and intimidate anyone who reads his stories and poems. Many...