In a case that took seven months to decide, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Presidency’s broad authority in foreign affairs, and inserted itself just a little bit in the thorny politics of the Middle East.
FIFA’s President surprised everyone today by resigning, but he’s likely to stay in power for as long as another ten months.
Republicans could learn a few things from the Tory victory in the recent British elections, but they are in danger of drawing the wrong conclusions.
Pollsters on both sides of the Atlantic have been trying to figure out why the polls released right up until the eve of the British General Election were so wrong. Here’s one theory, and it’s very compelling.
Fresh off an election victory, British Prime Minister David Cameron is set to propose a series of new measures to crackdown on extremism that raise serious civil liberties concerns.
With the election behind him, David Cameron’s biggest problems may be yet to come.
It didn’t take the N.F.L. long to lower the hammer on Tom Brady and the Patriots.
A plan to distribute migrants from the conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa across the entire European Union seems destined to cause political conflict.
The just-concluded British General Election was also a clash between two former top advisers to President Obama.
After weeks of polls predicting a political stalemate or worse, British voters delivered a strong win for David Cameron and the Tories.
The political outlook in the United Kingdom is as uncertain as it has ever been.
A report prepared for the N.F.L. regarding the so-called ‘DeflateGate’ scandal doesn’t have very good news for the Patriots or their star quarterback.
Nicola Sturgeon, leader of the Scottish National Party, could hold the key to the future of Britain in her hands after the election ends on May 7th.
Great Britain heads to the polls in less than a week, and it remains unclear just what’s going to happen.
Conditioning an Iranian nuclear deal on recognition of Israel is foolish, unrealistic, and very bad diplomacy.
Democrats like New York Senator Chuck Schumer could end up being the ones that scuttle the Iranian nuclear deal.
The debate over whether kids need to be vaccinated against communicable diseases baffles me.
A new Patriots cheating scandal, or much ado about nothing?
Once again, a Federal Judge has barred New Jersey’s effort to legalize sports betting based on Federal law. it’s time for the Federal Government to get out of the way on this issue.
Mike Huckabee seems to be making the moves necessary to run for President again, For reasons only he can understand.
The Supreme Court will decide if Congress can override American foreign policy when it comes to declaring who has dominion over Jerusalem.
All of the major sports leagues are trying to stop New Jersey’s efforts to legalize sports gambling. They should not be allowed to succeed.
The N.F.L. and the British Government are both behind the idea of a franchise in London, but the idea doesn’t really make sense for the league, or the game.
To a large degree, the Democratic Party’s supposed advantage among women voters appears to not exist this year.
Once again, there’s speculation that something is up in the world’s most closed society.
After a disappointing August, the jobs report for September showed the same good numbers we’ve seen for much of 2014.
The streets of Hong Kong have been filled with protesters upset over China’s efforts to control the city’s political future.
After success in Scotland, it may be time to consider allowing at least some teenagers to vote.
Now on to solving the complex puzzle of the post-referendum UK.
The United Kingdom will stay united, but it may never be the same again.
The thought they’d win big and silence the Scottish separatists. They were wrong.
It’s all over but the voting in Scotland.
Despite the President’s assurances of an international coalition, the rest of the world doesn’t seem all that interested in joining the fight.