Collecting out-of-context banalities (and the occasional profundity) can help make a line move.
Mr. Greenwood would like you to know that he is: a) Lee Greenwood; and b) proud to ignore conventional rules of grammar.
Achieving a nuclear deal with Tehran is hugely important. But stopping Iran from slaughtering innocent Syrians is a worthy goal.
The Conservative politician agrees with Obama: America's opening will help transform the island.
If the restoration of diplomatic ties leads to greater openness, then the president's bold move will be justified.
President Obama did what needed to be done: Alan Gross is home, and the U.S. has reversed its 50-year hostility toward Havana.
It wasn't the CIA that created the atmosphere that allowed torture to happen.
The military option isn't much of an option. But diplomacy could inadvertently pave the way to a nuclear Iran.
Understanding the true genocidal nature of the Muslim Brotherhood's Palestinian branch
Remembering a time when Islamist extremists wanted to persuade reporters, not kill them
A preeminent expert on the making of American foreign and national-security policy grades the administration.
Who wants a nuclear deal more: the Iranians, or the Obama administration?
An editorial in the leading American Jewish newspaper should be read by Prime Minister Netanyahu as a serious warning.
The Obama administration's anger is "red-hot" over Israel's settlement policies, and the Netanyahu government openly expresses contempt for Obama's understanding of the Middle East. Profound changes in the relationship may be coming.
In a very optimistic book published at a very pessimistic moment, Walter Isaacson explains how a group of oddballs and savants collaborated to create the world we live in today.
Or, we live in remarkable times
On the Turkish border, the world stands idly by as ISIS threatens a massacre in a Syrian town.
In a sermon, a rabbi does a deceptively simple thing to help explain the nature of the Middle East conflict.
Obama names and shames Russia; buries the myth of Middle East 'linkage'; and promises to lead the fight against barbarism, in a temperamentally different sort of speech.
Four early observations about a new phase of the Syria conflict