Limited nuclear reductions won't embolden America's adversaries.
Why many Americans could be forced to repay their Affordable Care Act subsidy.
Private tech companies with big budgets are learning they aren't always the best in the business.
The history behind Raul Castro's prominent billing at Mandela's funeral.
As Obama enters the fifth year of his presidency, the broad outlines of a distinct worldview, if not an Obama Doctrine, have come into focus.
"An agreement with Iran on its nuclear program may become the foreign policy equivalent of Obamacare."
"The fact that we avoided such a trigger-happy commander-in-chief is the one silver lining behind the 2008 presidential election."
What seems most to have disturbed Gates – and the trauma he tries to reconcile and exorcise in his memoir – is the pettiness of the fights and dysfunction in Washington when so much was at stake.
American liberals have a potential new hero in Bill de Blasio. Can he deliver?
The declinists are wrong—but so are many of their critics.
Where does our current President stand?
The Manning and Snowden revelations have provoked a necessary conversation about liberty and security. But their mass disclosures harm America's intelligence partnerships and the trust of potential sources.
Few American stories of personal fellowship are as poignant as the Roosevelt-Taft friendship—and its brutal disintegration.
Was it a success or failure?
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