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Amnon Rubinstein, a former Knesset member and minister from Israel’s left-wing Meretz Party, made an important point in today’s Jerusalem Post. The uprisings in Tunisia...

Near the end of a long front-page story in the Los Angeles Times regarding the Palestinian “prime minister,” the reporter noted that Salam Fayyad's political...

A new report released by the Pearl Project, based on the group’s three-and-a-half-year investigation into the 2002 murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl,...

“Mr. Obama, if you still remember the pain of the void you had growing up without your dad, maybe you can help my children reunite...

A few years ago, there was a movement afoot calling on American Muslims to boycott US Airways. Six imams -- among them Truthers and Hamas...

As Omri Ceren noted last week, the Goldstone Report on Israel’s war with Hamas in Gaza has already prompted numerous detailed rebuttals. But with the report...

The New York Times yesterday highlighted one of the more unsung good-news stories out of Afghanistan: the success that U.S. troops have been having in...

The New York Times’ pro football blog informed us today that reporter Peter King told a national audience on NBC’s “Football Night in America” yesterday that...

It looks like concerns over al-Qaeda wave attacks throughout Europe during the holiday season were justified. Nine men have been charged in connection to a...

Yesterday I wrote that ABC's Jake Tapper, in leading up to his questions to President Obama regarding the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell ("I...

Lest you thought that you'd heard everything bad you could have heard about Mel Gibson and his views of Jews — from his rant to...

Max Boot recently noted on CONTENTIONS that the New York Times’s decision to publish the WikiLeaks documents was a stark contrast to how newspapers handled...