The White House seeks a compromise on closing Gitmo
Russia and China are being more helpful than they may realize
Rapprochement with Russia now appears likely
The victory is slight in light of Pakistan and India
What happened, what got reported, and why it was so scary
Why is the White House authorizing the CIA and JSOC to eliminate radical preacher Anwar al-Awlaki?
The plan would leave nukes out of wars with countries that obey the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. But the exceptions to this rule are what matter most.
The military undermined its hard-won trust and transparency in Iraq
A common enemy of Pakistan and the U.S. aligns the two countries against the Taliban
Oil trade partners can be some of our most useful allies
Mixed messages within the ranks
The veteran war reporter is just what the Sunday show needs: someone who can see beyond Beltway politics
As America withers over health care, Iraq unifies despite violence
Why the Internet will overcome cable and change how we consume television.
The Republican general is a torture-banning, gay-protecting, big government liberal
Cartels, like the Taliban in Afghanistan, fight to undermine the government's reach and authority
Despite arresting Taliban leaders, little has changed for Pakistan
The successful election raises the stakes and risks of governing Iraq
By banning earmarks, Dems try to fend of anti-stimulus rhetoric
A savvy assemblyman wants us to know about health risks