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Daniel Henninger writes: The only good news out of the Fort Hood massacre is that U.S. electronic surveillance technology was able to pick up Major Hasan's...

J.E. Dyer highlighted Iran's new boldness all across the Middle East -- and if I may weigh in, the Yemen situation looks like classic Iran:...

Iran this week has thrown a one-two diplomatic punch in the matter of Yemen’s insurgency problem. It remains to be seen if the Islamic revolutionary...

Maybe the Obama-inspired tremor that began in Chris Matthews' leg has traveled up to his head and done some damage. Last night on Hardball, Matthews was...

Yesterday on the Today Show, NBC broadcaster Ned Colt offered a disturbing and inaccurate portrait of Osama bin Laden. Colt begins: “Murderous fanatic or hero of...

Over the past few weeks, consensus has continually held that little should be expected from the Annapolis conference, which opens tomorrow. Op-ed after op-ed...

Two weeks ago the New York City Board of Education announced that it would be establishing a new magnet high school to teach Arabic culture...

Tarek Heggy is an Egyptian businessman and intellectual, perhaps the most prolific liberal writer in the Arab world. He is a no-holds-barred advocate of political...