A precision drone strike on a balcony in Kabul took out a longtime nemesis.
Supply chain disruptions are contributing to crisis for 300 million people.
The US has more shots available than willing arms while those in the developing world are dying.
A new record, but unfortunately it won’t be recognized.
This year’s Nobel Peace Prize Laureate comes from a part of the world that most people almost never think about.
Michelle Obama can’t forgive Donald Trump for his role in spreading the racist birther conspiracy. I can’t say I blame her.
Kofi Annan, who served as Secretary-General of the United Nations at the dawn of the “War On Terror,” has died at the age of 80.
Service members deployed to Algeria, Burundi, Cameroon, Chad, Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Libya, Mali, Niger, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Tunisia, and Uganda qualify.
Some more interesting post-election commentary from Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump’s campaign is apparently finally acknowledging reality, although its claim that birtherism originated with the Clinton campaign in 2008 does not comport with the facts.
A bad day for the Clinton campaign.
Donald Trump canceled his speech at CPAC, but it’s unlikely to harm his campaign at all.
Mitt Romney came out with a blistering speech denouncing Donald Trump, but it’s unlikely to have much of an impact on the race.
Donald Trump is trolling the depths of the Internet’s conspiracy dungeons once again. This time to raise the largely absurd argument that Marco Rubio may not be eligible to serve as President.
Get ready for an expansion of the war against ISIS into Libya, because it’s probably not far away.
An apparent ongoing terrorist attack in Central Africa.
In the wake of the attacks in Paris, some people have argued that American solidarity with France, in contrast to seeming disregard for tragedy elsewhere, is something we should feel bad about. That argument is ridiculous.
The initial responses of the Republican candidates for President to the attacks in Paris are about what you’d expect, but it’s far too early to tell what impact the events of the weekend will have on the race for President here in the United States.
The Justice Department won’t force James Risen to testify in a legal investigation, but faces a new choice in a different case.
Nora Caplan-Bricker contends that, “Mike Huckabee Could Be President—If Only He Wanted It.”
When it comes to the unfolding conflict inside the GOP, Mitch McConnell seems to have fired an opening shot.
We’re almost certainly going to launch punitive strikes against Syria. They’ll almost certainly be ineffective.
Amusing in light of the birther nonsense:Obama half brother Malik seeks Kenya governor’s office.
If you’re a white Southerner who gets most of his information from Fox News and Rush Limbaugh, you probably don’t know a lot of people who voted for Barack Obama.
The official narrative on the Benghazi consulate attack has changed again.
Lindsey Graham: “We’re not generating enough angry white guys to stay in business for the long term.”
Republicans apparently think that re-running the 2008 campaign, just more efficiently or more ruthlessly, will work this time. Here’s why it won’t.
Mitt Romney continues to keep Donald Trump close. It makes no sense, but it isn’t likely to matter in the end.
Newt Gingrich is still getting Secret Service protection at an estimated cost to taxpayers of $44,000 a day.
The question of how the world’s most wanted man could’ve hidden in plain sight in Pakistan continues to be asked.