Foregrounding religion on a political trip abroad was a surprising choice. What’s even more surprising is that it seemed to work.
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The British home secretary says she has “been very clear with our friends” about the release of information related to the Manchester attack.
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For the past 10 days in Baku, Azerbaijan, 6,000 athletes from 54 nations competed in 21 sports during the fourth iteration of the Islamic Solidarity Games.
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Once, for five days, I found out.
The president’s speech in Riyadh represented a welcome shift from his former rhetoric. The question is what actions will follow.
After a run of 146 years, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, known as “The Greatest Show on Earth,” has come to an end.
The president’s assertion he didn’t reveal Israel as the source of intelligence he shared with Russia gives his critics ammunition.
The nuclear deal was not enough.