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Humorlessness and self-seriousness can be a difficult combination of traits for a national politician to overcome. But Barack Obama managed to do so in part...

Various news outlets are reporting that Saudi Arabia is seeking to end anonymity for twitter users. At first glance, the Saudi move appears to be...

The Independent’s Los Angeles correspondent Guy Adams -- an outspoken critic of NBC’s Olympic coverage -- is claiming he was unfairly censored after he had...

Following the Supreme Court's decision on ObamaCare, a degree of celebration was expected. Many in the pundit class have said the Court's decision could be the...

The New York Times was right. It's not very often we say that. Two days ago, the newspaper began a story about the country of...

Say what you will about John McCain, he has an unerring instinct in a foreign crisis. He was right about the surge in Iraq. He...

The administration's handling of the Egypt crisis — as typified by the bizarre set of mixed messages sent by Secretary of State Clinton yesterday as...

Not content with restricting Internet and cell-phone use, this morning the Mubarak regime attempted to shut down the Al Jazeera Cairo bureau, which has been...

I've been watching TV and reading the news and following everything I can about Egypt today. And what's clear is ... nothing. Changing channels and...

Of Obama's partial spending freeze, the former GE chief writes on Twitter: "Increasing expenses 10-20 percent over a couple of years and then promising to...

You wouldn’t expect Al-Jazeera and the Guardian newspaper in Britain to do anything but spin the “Palestine Papers” — the leaked transcripts of late Bush...

Since Keith Olbermann’s abrupt departure from MSNBC on Friday, there’s been a lot of speculation about where the liberal commentator will go next. Though it seems...