The President continues his recent penchant for saying the quiet part out loud.
The combination of a horrendous rollout and a social media onslaught was disastrous.
Strikes near the Polish border show the real possibility of escalation.
Kimberly Webb Joyner, my first wife and the mother of my children, has been gone a decade.
The flagship of the centrist Navy is both a throwback and a sign of what’s wrong with the Senate.
Losing viewers to fringe networks, the Fair and Balanced team is joining them.
Jon Huntsman has resigned as Ambassador to Russia ahead of an anticipated bid to return as Utah’s Governor, a position he held 11 years ago.
Evidence appears to clearly established that Russia used many of the same social media efforts it used in the United States in 2016 to interfere in the recent European Parliament elections.
Many are calling for the UK Prime Minister’s ouster. But the problem is Brexit itself, not any one leader.
British authorities have charged two members of Russian military intelligence in connection with a poisoning attack on British attack.
Andy Bitter has taken a new job but his former employer thinks it owns his social media account.
President Trump and the President of the European Commission announced an agreement late yesterday on trade issues, but it’s long on promises and short on results.
Dan Coates, the Director of National Intelligence, has issued a strong warning that has received little attention.
61 percent of Americans have a favorable impression of a man who left office a failed president.
A day after burying his wife of 73 years, the 41st President was hospitalized for an infection that had spread to his blood.
Not unexpectedly, Russia has retaliated for Great Britain’s retaliation for Russia’s apparent assassination attempt on British history.
Theresa May has expelled 23 Russian diplomats and convened the North Atlantic Council.
The British prime minister and outgoing US Secretary of State declared a red line crossed. There’s no reason to think this White House will follow through.
Donald Trump’s dereliction of duty in response to clear evidence of Russian interference in the 2016 election is a staggering and flagrant dereliction of the duties he agreed to take on when he took the Oath Of Office more than a year ago.
Damon Linker writes, “Millions of people disagree with your political views. That doesn’t make them moral monsters.”
A revered Republican foreign policy guru has endorsed the Democratic nominee for president.
Gravity announced a minimum annual salary of $70,000. Almost everyone is unhappy.
The NYT paints the longshot senator as a happy warrior trying to win the White House by doing it his way.
A well-founded fear of ISIS seems to be drawing many of the former Soviet Republics in Central Asia closer to Moscow.
The intrepid foreign correspondent and editor Arnaud de Borchgrave has died, aged 88, of cancer.
The abrupt departure of Chuck Hagel says much more about Administration policy than it does about Chuck Hagel.
The burgeoning science of additive manufacturing is on the verge of being able to print functioning human organs.
Retired Marine lawyer Butch Bracknell and I tackle the subject for The Hill.
The President’s well-intentioned campaign against military sex crimes has backfired.
Benjamin Wallace-Wells wonders with some irritation “Why Henry Kissinger Never Goes Away.”