While world attention focuses on Palestinian vs. Israeli tensions, the real story is a behind-the-scenes battle between army and politicians.
Trump, Netanyahu and their defenders keep shifting the goalpoasts when arguing how we should respond to Iran. Why? Because they want war.
There’s much that we don’t know about the bonds that tie Donald Trump, his campaign or his family to Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin.
America isn’t playing its century-old role as the chief manager of the global economy and leader of the world community.
Naftali Bennett, and perhaps Benjamin Netanyahu, appear to be petrified at the prospect that Israelis actually want what they say they do — peace.
The government suspended plans to build a mixed-prayer section at the Western Wall due to Haredi political pressure — but things might be shifting.
The disintegration of discourse has many causes, from political extremism to a feature of globalization that few consider — shipping containers.
These are Republicans trying to discredit the legendary lawman, trying to show that the feds manufactured a case without evidence.
Which explanation you choose to emphasize tells as much about you as it does the Qatar crisis.
Trump’s withdrawal from the climate change pact isn’t the first time the U.S. has joined forces with unsavory outliers to defy global consensus.