What does the belief divide mean for civil discourse in the U.S.?
British journalist Alex Thomson says the death of journalists would have been bad publicity for Damascus.
The eminent Financial Times analyst Martin Wolf is getting a lot of attention for a scary column he just published.
I used to think Romney's klutziness was overstated. Then BuzzFeed dug up this clip.
Is there anybody left in al Qaeda to kill?
Several readers are aghast at my criticism of President Obama for covertly deploying the Stuxnet computer virus.
"When warranted, the United States will respond to hostile acts in cyberspace as we would any other threat to our country," which may mean the use of "military force."
If he is a sinner, what is the root of his sin?
Chris Hayes said he was sorry for asking the question. But I think the point he was making deserves its day in court.
I've never been much for hugging people I'm not related to, but it may be time to reconsider.
I found this discussion between two veteran watchers of the Washington foreign policy scene -- Heather Hurlburt and Dan Drezner -- pretty frightening.
There is optimism in the air.
Israeli soldiers look on without intervening.