Many young, progressive Jews are feeling unwelcome in young, progressive circles.
The United States is withdrawing its small force from Northern Syria, clearing the way for a Turkish invasion that will likely
aim to wipeout the Kurdish forces in the region.
Benjamin Netanyahu named a town that doesn’t exist, and most probably will never exist, after the President of the United States.
Amusing results, and a history lesson, in a new poll
John Walker Lindh, the so-called “American Taliban,” has been released from prison but the war in which he was captured goes merrily along.
The evidence against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the murder of Jamal Khashoggi continues to mount. Will the Trump Administration care?
National Security Adviser John Bolton offered an utterly absurd explanation for why he had not listened to the tape of Jamal Khashoggi’s murder.
The Saudi Arabian Government is finally acknowledging that Jamal Khashoggi is dead. Their explanation for his death, though, is too absurd to be believed.
Jamal Khashoggi’s final column includes a message that should resonate far beyond the Arab world it was addressed to.
The evidence against Saudi Arabia in the disappearance and apparent death of Jamal Khashoggi appears to be overwhelming.
A well-meaning journalist brushes off critiques by experts in the field. He owes it to his readers to keep learning.
A month that was highlighted by the capture of the ISIS capital city of Raqqa ends with an apparent lone wolf ISIS-inspired attack in New York City
Progress in Saudi Arabia, but there’s still a long way for this backward, discriminatory society to go.
At least thirteen dead in an apparent terrorist attack in Spain.
The situation in the Middle East just potentially became much more complicated.
An explosion that ended up injuring 29 people interrupted an otherwise quiet Saturday evening in the Chelsea neighborhood in New York City.
Multiple victims, and possibly multiple shooters, reported in San Bernardino, California.
Another European capital is on edge over fears of a terror attack.
An apparent ongoing terrorist attack in Central Africa.
The news that at least some of the men who were involved in the terrorist attacks in Paris were among the refugees who have arrived in Europe since the summer is likely to complicate an already complicated situation.
France’s President blames ISIS, vows response, as death toll from Paris terror attacks stands at at least 127.
Was Man Haron Monis a terrorist, or just a lone nut who had latched on to the rhetoric of ISIS to justify his own delusions? In the end, it hardly matters.
A hostage crisis has been unfolding overnight at a cafe in Sydney, Australia that has apparent links to international terrorism.
Massive US intervention has for now liberated Amerli, averting humanitarian disaster. Another crisis looms.
The two sides in Gaza keep extending the humanitarian cease fire, but remain miles apart on the major issues dividing them.
More than any other language, English words are being adopted, and transformed, by other languages.
The justice system works, there’s no need to scrap it.
Was Arafat poisoned? A new report raises some questions, but answers none of them conclusively.
The events of the last week in Egypt raise a whole host of questions.
Shutting down media that the government doesn’t like is unlikely to solve the sectarian problems in Iraq.
Arab news giant Al-Jazeera is buying Al Gore’s failing Current TV network, hoping to get a bigger presence in the US cable market.