There has been widespread support in Israel for cutting off funding for UNRWA.
With every outrageous tweet, more Republican intellectuals are rethinking their past positions.
Paul Nehlen is in a long line of anti-Semites who use fake science to prove that Jews are inferior.
Both parties agree that the tax on medical devices harms patients and impedes scientific progress.
The president has a chance to make good on his promise.
Kim Jong Un understands that war would end with his demise and therefore wants to avoid an escalation.
James K. Polk achieved greatness for one main reason: He said he would serve one term...then did. We need that now more than ever.
Washington must drive up the costs of Iran’s military interventions in Syria, Iraq, and Yemen.
When Trump speaks out on the demonstrations he plays into the hands of the regime’s hardliners.
Sea levels rose six times faster than the global average between 2011 and 2015 in the "hot spot."
There are now more journalists imprisoned in Turkey than in any other country in the world.
Three important things to know about China’s burgeoning military policy.
Al Qaeda continues to exploit conflicts in Syria, Yemen and Libya.
The concern surrounds volcanoes in the U.S., Mexico, Japan and elsewhere.
The current estimated price tag is $1.74 trillion over three decades.
Money for treatment for opioid addiction is aimed overwhelmingly at whites.
Is it more profitable for pot producers to stay underground?
With S. Korea hosting the Winter Olympics next month, exploratory diplomacy may be in the cards.
Here are seven sure events that will show whether the world is on course for catastrophe.
A leaked State Dept memo argues that ‘realism’ should take precedence over ‘idealism.’
50 years since the assassinations of MLK and Bobby Kennedy, and other important anniversaries in 2018.
Victor Davis Hanson writes that the ethos of the WW2 generation is fading and hasn't been passed to today’s young adults.
Does Trump have the necessary perseverance and thoroughness to challenge Xi?
Elections galore. But little relief from persecution for the Rohingya.
Eleven important stories that flew under the radar in 2017.
Others are stepping up to take Trump's place, including Germany’s Merkel and China’s Xi.
The only terrible thing that didn’t happen was the Confederacy didn’t make it to Washington in the form of Roy Moore.
Is the paper’s correspondent in Tehran pulling his punches for fear of being expelled?
2017 was a mixed year for women, from #MeToo to Trump’s defunding of women’s health projects. Here are the top ten women's news items.
Twenty campaign promises Trump has broken.