Do's and don'ts for European leaders meeting with Trump later this week... Continue Reading
Rebeccah Heinrichs on President Trump's latest move on Iran...
The former Drug Czar under George W. Bush discusses America's opioid epidemic and how to fight back....
Investors who staked their fortunes to the president's campaign promises should be wary.... Continue Reading
Harold Furchtgott-Roth says the Obama administration's net neutrality rules prevent companies from blocking content they don't like...
Irwin Stelzer assesses last week's surprise trade deal between the US and China on BBC World Business report....
Rebeccah Heinrichs on Cavuto: Coast to Coast...
VOA’s alleged mishandling of a Chinese insider’s interview shouldn’t overshadow work done by it and the other U.S. government-sponsored broadcasters... Continue Reading
The initial report on 1st-quarter Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was weak, but showed encouraging growth in the oil and gas production sector. ... Continue Reading
Former Drug Czar John Walters on A.G. Jeff Sessions' new drug enforcement policies....
John Walters responds to criticisms from former attorney general Eric Holder...
President prepares to meet world leaders in Mideast, Europe...
The US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit denied the request for en banc rehearing in US Telecom v. FCC, better known as the “net neutrality” case.... Continue Reading
Macron’s victory in the French elections brought a sigh of relief in many Western capitals, but analysts warn that the future remains uncertain....
The monetary consequences of the looming largely unfunded mega tax-cutting package will almost certainly trump all others.... Continue Reading
Obama’s deal only delayed a showdown. America and its allies should be using the time to prepare.... Continue Reading
Nobody is sweet on sugar anymore. Influential nutrition advocates have called it Public Enemy No. 1... Continue Reading
A new poll shows that the vast majority of Ukrainians believe their country is moving in the wrong direction.... Continue Reading
ISIS is trying to increase and exploit civilian suffering and death while the United States tries to avoid and protect civilians. ... Continue Reading
The next generation of wireless technology, 5G, will have speeds more than 100 times faster than 4G and latency reduced to a millisecond.... Continue Reading
Richard Weitz on the U.S. Missile Defense System...
On Sunday, Macron won the runoff with Marine Le Pen. David Greene talks to Benjamin Haddad, a research fellow at the conservative Hudson Institute in ...
For now, Fed monetary policy and Trump-administration fiscal policy are weighty matters that will just have to wait... Continue Reading
It began long before the financial crisis, and it has worsened markedly in the past six years.... Continue Reading
Every American knows that Donald Trump is our president, yet when he tells us for the 100th time, it sounds like he is unsure that he is.... Continue Reading
Obama’s ‘deal’ with Assad and Putin was not backed by a credible threat of force. Trump paid attention.... Continue Reading
The European Union must rebalance in favor of that unfashionable but sturdy institution, the nation-state. U.S. diplomacy should assist.... Continue Reading
Walter Russell Mead reviews Democracy: Stories From the Long Road to Freedom By Condoleezza Rice ... Continue Reading
A report in the Financial Times newspaper today said that the EU had raised the Brexit divorce bill to an upfront payment of up to 100 billion Euros. ...
A cool €100 billion is the new estimated Brexit tax that the EU may ask Britain to pay.... Continue Reading
Both Palestinians and Israelis will benefit if we stop rewarding terrorists.... Continue Reading
Hemos llegado a un punto en que nada, o casi nada, nos sorprenden los pronunciamientos internacionales de Trump. El más reciente en esta serie de uca... Continue Reading
Quantum computing will be a huge advantage to whatever nation gets it to work first... Continue Reading
Trump will be successful if he puts U.S. interests first—while still helping to maintain global order.... Continue Reading
Either they will hang together or they will hang separately.... Continue Reading
Basuki Tjahaja Purnama’s (Ahok) case in Indonesia amply illustrates the dangers of blasphemy accusations, and not only to those accused.... Continue Reading
Politico "recently reported (Obama’s hidden Iran deal giveaway)":Obama’s hidden Iran deal giveaway that in 2016 the Obama administration freed ... Continue Reading
Barack Obama thought a 28 percent corporate tax rate is about right. House Republicans think 20 percent would make America competitive again.... Continue Reading
Auch er müsse Trump ein durchschnittliches Zeugnis ausstellen, alle hätten sich mehr erwünscht und erhofft, insbesondere was "Obamacare" betrifft, ...
Trump's latest outburst on THAAD and trade will hardly help shore up U.S.-South Korean relations.... Continue Reading
Nina Shea from the Hudson Institute's Center for Religious Freedom analyzes Pope Francis' visit to Egypt... Continue Reading
North Korea's military arsenal was on full display, but experts are casting doubt on the legitimacy of the showcased weapons...
He should ask them to define and clarify key Islamic terms that terrorist groups use to recruit members.... Continue Reading
Those prophesying apocalyptic doom under President Trump have not come out looking so good.... Continue Reading
This propagandist is known for overtly biased and incorrect journalism.... Continue Reading
During his ongoing whistle-stop tour of the Middle East, U.S. Defense secretary General Jim Mattis, faces the difficult task of building an effective ... Continue Reading
Students are majoring in liberal arts at the lowest rate since 1948—and maybe even since 1900, depending on how you look at things.... Continue Reading
Rachel Martin talks to China expert Michael Pillsbury about the administration's early dealings with China....
We have the technology and the diplomatic muscle. We just need to put them to work.... Continue Reading
Will a win for the "radical center" signal anything more than a slow decline of the status quo toward failure?... Continue Reading
If federalism means anything at all, it means that states and cities should, unless some grave emergency exists, be responsible for their own transit ... Continue Reading
This is Yom HaShoah, the Day of the Shoah – Holocaust Memorial Day – when Israel stops and remembers Adolf Hitler's 6 million Jewish victims.... Continue Reading
The impending end of Donald Trump's break-in period is as good a time as any to see where he will go from here.... Continue Reading
There are three main elements of the Ryan-Brady plan that would give a major boost to the industrial sector.... Continue Reading
Critics of the deal should probably see certification not as a disappointment, but as a delay.... Continue Reading
China and the US retain fundamentally different assumptions about the Kim regime's vulnerability.... Continue Reading
The outrage generated by Trump's gesture is really indicative of the damage Obama did to American Middle East policy.... Continue Reading
Putting an Indian on Pakistan’s death row will easily scuttle momentum for a détente.... Continue Reading
Kim Jong-un, jefe supremo de Corea del Norte, posee una cualidad que es clave para comprender su poder indisputable en el gobierno, las fuerzas armada... Continue Reading
Turks in Europe’s most liberal countries overwhelmingly voted for illiberalism in Turkey’s referendum.... Continue Reading
The environmentalist has no love lost for Canada's Justin Trudeau.... Continue Reading
Southern Europe's economic woes have sent birthrates plummeting, as one crisis begets another.... Continue Reading
Reports of the Secretary of State's isolation have been greatly exaggerated.... Continue Reading
As long as the euro continues to exist it will likely remain a manipulated currency.... Continue Reading
In two weeks Donald Trump will serve his one-hundredth day as President of the United States of America. He approaches that milestone with an approval... Continue Reading
With Russian rapprochement stalled, Trump has embarked on another uphill effort: peeling China away from North Korea.... Continue Reading
Making sense of who did—and did not—support President Trump's airstrikes against Syria, including John Kerry... Continue Reading
ISIS's horrific bombing of an Alexandria Coptic church on Palm Sunday was nothing new; the Copts have been persecuted for thousands of years.... Continue Reading
The military dropped the 'Mother of All Bombs,' its largest non-nuclear bomb on an ISIS tunnel complex in eastern Afghanistan. ...
Trump's pitch to Xi—concessions on trade for cooperation on North Korea—offers key insights into his worldview.... Continue Reading
Christianity was born in pain in the country. An attack on a holy day is another bloody symbol of its beginnings.... Continue Reading
Empower the Pentagon to pursue these homeland defense goals with new flexibility.... Continue Reading
This is the house of cards that the last Administration claimed was a big piece of its green legacy.... Continue Reading
La lluvia de misiles que Estados Unidos lanzó contra una base aérea en la provincia siria de Idlib, el jueves, debió resonar claramente para el dic... Continue Reading
With Yankovych’s takedown from power three years ago in mind, Presidents Lukashenka and Putin are facing growing and widespread domestic resistance... Continue Reading
Actions, as Mr. Xi certainly understands, speak louder than words.... Continue Reading
Desperate African migrants trying to reach Europe are being bought and sold on slave markets in Libya. ... Continue Reading
There’s an emerging Israeli–Sunni alliance against the Damascus–Tehran axis, and the U.S. needs to lead it.... Continue Reading
The new trend of imposing a narrow vision of a Hindu India is only likely to lose India friends and admirers around the world.... Continue Reading
Our decades of work in advancing better policy ideas have now brought us to a new journey, that of reconstituting our political institutions... Continue Reading
The Jewish people are reminded, year in and year out, of their long and painful history as they observe their holy holidays – particularly Passover.... Continue Reading
Nina Shea joins EWTN News Nightly for analysis on the ISIS church bombings in Egypt....
Will the president now work for regime change or was the attack just a one-time incident?... Continue Reading
The primary addressee of the U.S. missile strike on Syrian airfield wasn't Assad, but Russia.... Continue Reading
The American economy added a mere 98,000 jobs last month, less than half the number expected. Not good enough for President Trump.... Continue Reading
After this week, American opponents will sweat a bit more, but there are bigger challenges to come.... Continue Reading
The hardest work is still to come: rebuilding the coalition that can stabilize the Middle East region.... Continue Reading