Depressed about the economy? Concerned about education in the US? Then you don’t want to check out this chart from the New York Times. It’s
International policy concerns aside, who isn’t thrilled with what the Egyptian people have accomplished? Who could have imagined their massive demonstrations against Pres. Mubarak would
Cable news has been fixated on events in Egypt for more than a week now. The citizens are demonstrating; they want their president of thirty
The world is watching and rejoicing this evening as 33 Chilean miners are being pulled one by one from their underground prison of 69 days.
Today is the 9th anniversary of the beginning of the U.S. war in Afghanistan. Nine years of spending U.S. blood and treasure in an unwinnable
In today’s Washington Post, Ted Koppell writes convincingly that it’s time we stop playing into bin Laden’s hands. We have, in so many ways, exceeded
An editorial cartoon of the Mexican flag has stirred up a hornet’s nest in Mexico — with a lot of help from Mexican newspapers that
The Obama administration, in a report to the United Nations Human Rights Council, has included the Arizona immigration law controversy. What possible justification is there