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james o'keefe

If you’ve spent more than a half hour on the Internet, you’ve probably encountered a popular series of videos featuring amateur daredevils performing botched stunts,...
donald trump

So, at long last, Donald Trump has unveiled his vaunted foreign policy team. Not a single one of them is a household name — not even...
anti-semitic

On Friday, Carol Morello, diplomatic correspondent for the Washington Post, covered a conference lambasting Israel’s supposed influence over America. The conference was sponsored by the...
Iran

Are journalists more important than other people? The answer to that question should be no. But someone might want to tell that to journalists covering...
Media Bias Hillary

Hillary Clinton’s effort to run among the most anodyne, milquetoast campaigns for the presidency in American history is apparently paying off. A candidate who dares...

Fareed Zakaria has often been criticized in this space for being an inveterate peddler of conventional wisdom about the Middle East and for his tone...

President Obama may be coming under withering criticism from his own former secretaries of defense for his hesitant and uncertain conduct vis-à-vis Syria. But he...

The Washington Post’s former ombudsman, a fellow by the name of Patrick Pexton, wrote an “open letter” to the new owner of the Post, Jeff...

In her column earlier this week Ruth Marcus wrote this: Don Graham’s decision to sell The Washington Post was his reverse Sophie’s Choice moment. She had to decide...

The sale of the Washington Post is big news in the media world. The acquisition of the paper by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos could have...

Last summer television personality and columnist Fareed Zakaria was suspended by both TIME magazine and CNN for committing plagiarism in a piece he wrote for...

It ended almost before it started, but the kerfuffle over Rupert Murdoch’s tweet about the way some publications cover Israel is still worth considering. The...