Vivek Ramaswamy’s national coming out party was, well, interesting.
Xi’s government is taking a drastically different approach to the slowdown.
The US intelligence community and Silicon Valley are warning of a major threat.
United States and People’s Republic of China forces are playing a dangerous game.
Eighteen HIMARS and what do you get? Years older and deeper in debt.
The President is getting hammered from all sides for stating the obvious.
What once seemed to be ‘saying the quiet part out loud’ is now administration policy.
After decades of exporting American jobs, corporations are bringing them home.
A 2020 blowout has long been presumed. But maybe it won’t happen.
The Speaker’s trip was reckless, needlessly escalating an already tense situation.
They’re stealing our secrets and working to undermine our elections.
The President continues his recent penchant for saying the quiet part out loud.
The Biden Administration is constantly bragging about its actions against Russia. Is that wise?
Vladimir Putin is banning commodity exports.
Pundits like Thomas Friedman struggle with premature prognostication.
American cheese will henceforth be known as liberté cheese. And not because of the metric system.
An exceptional choice that breaks the recent tradition of politicos in the post.
We are truly exceptional in how we choose the president.
Beijing is warning protesters in Hong Kong that it’s restraint in the face of protests is not without limit. However, it has few realistic options when it comes to how far it can go.
Andrew Yang has been a relatively unknown candidate for the Democratic nomination, but he’s slowly risen in the polls and raised more money in the second quarter than several experienced politicians.
Not content with taking a wrecking ball to America’s trans-Atlantic alliances, the President is attacking our trans-Pacific allies as well.
If Hong Kong’s leaders thought protesters would be satisfied with relatively minor concessions, they have significantly miscalculated the situation.
In the wake of massive protests, Hong Kong’s government begins to back away from support for a controversial extradition bill.
Expanding on events that have been going on for months, two oil tankers were attacked today near the entrance to the Persian Gulf