Another lesson in incompetence in governing from House Republicans.
Leonard Nimoy, the actor who became a household name as Mr. Spock with the “Star Trek” television series and movies, has died at 83.
A fishy tale from the Supreme Court that may give us a clue about bigger cases to come.
Polling indicates that the American public opposes the GOP position on DHS funding, but that’s unlikely to change many minds on Capitol Hill.
As expected, President Obama has vetoed the bill that would have authorized the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Nearly three years to the day after it started, the George Zimmerman case is essentially over.
With three days to go, there are signs the GOP is ready to give up on its showdown over DHS funding.
Do the nonprofit’s foreign donors create a conflict of interest?
For those of us old enough to remember, February 22nd, 1980 marked one of the great moments in sports history.
Aaron Brazell explains why “THE INTERNET IS ABOUT TO BECOME WAY FASTER.”
A new poll of 2016 primary voters shows that even Republicans are coming to accept that gays and lesbians should have the right to get married.
By a wide margin Americans think it was wrong of the GOP to invite Israel’s Prime Minister to speak to Congress.
A Federal Judge has issued a temporary halt to the Obama Administration’s deferred deportation program, but appeals can be expected.
The Atlantic has a fascinating cover story by Graeme Wood titled “What ISIS Really Wants.”
The intrepid foreign correspondent and editor Arnaud de Borchgrave has died, aged 88, of cancer.
There’s no excuse for the former NBC anchor’s lies. But there are reasons.
ISIS apparently now has a foothold in Libya, and is making inroads in Yemen.
Reflecting a growing national trend away from the barbarity of capital punishment, the Governor of Pennsylvania has imposed a moratorium on executions in the Keystone State.
Yet another attack on religious freedom in Europe.
Lest there be any doubt, Barbara Bush wouldn’t mind a third POTUS in the family.
Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown (D) will become the first openly bisexual governor in U.S. history when Gov. John Kitzhaber (D) resigns Wednesday
The Kentucky Senator and medical doctor claims an undergraduate degree he doesn’t have.
Winds gusting to 55 mph took the power out last night around 730 pm and it cycled off and on throughout the night.
One of the pioneers of the Internet warns that we’re in danger of losing entire generations’ worth of history because of digitization.
Daniel Larison is far less ambivalent about our war on ISIL than me.
Explaining my ambivalence around the latest escalation in our intervention.
Justice Ginsburg acknowledges the fact that, over the past nineteen years, same-sex marriage has gone from something that most Americans oppose to something that most Americans are willing to accept.
The last of my four pieces analyzing the revised National Security Strategy has posted at RealClearDefense.
A cease fire deal in Ukraine, but a long term settlement will require compromises from both Moscow and Kiev.
Most in the international relations community are not amused by the president’s National Security Strategy.