The Saudi Foreign Minister expanded on his nation’s utterly implausible explanation for the death of Jamal Khashoggi
Despite campaign promises, President Trump appears to be putting off any immediate decision on the location of the U.S. Embassy to Israel.
The wave of Ramadan attacks continues, including a strike near the second holiest site in Islam.
Donald Trump responded to the attack on the Pulse nightclub by renewing his call to ban members of an entire religion from coming to the United States.
The execution of a prominent Shi’ite cleric has led to a rapid deterioration of the relationship between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
The probability that the shootings in San Bernardino were at least inspired by ISIS and/or other Jihadist terror networks is increasing.
The suspects in the San Bernardino shootings are dead, but that’s about all we know so far this morning.
The Supreme Court is now considering a case that deals with the problem of overly broad civil asset forfeiture laws and a Defendant’s right to counsel under the Sixth Amendment.
A big change in an important nation in the most volatile part of the world.
To borrow a phrase from Stephen Colbert, if you want to understand how Congress works, you better know a District.
We treat violence by lone individuals differently than organized violence. Race, religion, and national origin have nothing to do with that.
David Chan has eaten at more than 6000 Chinese restaurants. He says the best are all in California and most opened in the last decade.
Sports Illustrated is trying to force subscribers to pay for a bundle of web and print services. Bad idea.
The tragic shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and 19 others in Arizona has started another debate about political rhetoric. It’s a stupid debate, and it’s utterly pointless.
If everything you know about Islam comes from Pam Geller and Christianity from Christopher Hitchens, you’re doing yourself a grave disservice.
Some of our politicians and commentators are looking to odd places for guidance over the application of fundamental American values.
The GOP is playing a dangerous game with the anti-Islamic rhetoric that it seems to be courting these days.
If it was called the “Burlington Coat Factory community center” would anyone care about Cordoba House?
Newt Gingrich says that because there are no churches in Riyadh, we shouldn’t allow a mosque in New York.