Here are some questions that aren't being asked about Israel's restrictions on Gaza's exports.
A time-lapse emotional thermometer of the United States as it endured Hurricane Sandy
Israel hasn't articulated clear conditions under which the blockade would end.
A look at the timeline.
Max Boot enthusiastically defends drone strikes while apparently giving no coherent thought to their long-term implications.
A Rorschach test for the right
The president has House Speaker John Boehner right where he wants him.
There's a kind of liberation that comes from being a lame duck.
Or is this headline just another example of people misunderstanding how statistics work?
Sure, the polls and betting markets look good for Obama. But if you search hard enough for glimmers of gloom, they're out there.
There's actually something kind of charming about losing your electrical power -- for the first 18 hours.
Romney is also more likely to get the American military involved in Syria.
Like Gen. Francisco Franco in 1970s episodes of Saturday Night Live, Mitt Romney's momentum is still dead, but this stasis could get disrupted any day now.
With three days of tracking poll results in, things look, if anything, a bit worse for Romney than they looked yesterday.
With his first-debate bounce gone, he and Obama are in a flat race. On balance, that's probably good news for the president.
Obama is more likely to resist the domestic and international pressures that could push the U.S. into war with Iran.
Romney sounded like a man trying to tread water and just barely succeeding. Obama sounded more self-assured and more in command of the facts.
if we lived in a rational world, a report of direct talks with Tehran would be hailed as validation of Obama's foreign policy.