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There's no sign Kim has agreed to "denuclearize" yet. [Read More]
Israeli teens learn to be paramedics through a volunteer program called United Hatzalah. It's establishing a presence here. [Read More]
Albright denounces fascism but not its precondition. [Read More]
Irwin M. Stelzer is a contributing editor at The Weekly Standard. [Read More]
Never say Never. That's what some of the Never Trumpers are saying, and even more are thinking. Both in private. They are afflicted with a... [Read More]
Did the former FBI director try to give himself an advantage with the way he categorized his material? [Read More]
Tom Perez and the DNC file suit against Donald Trump, the Russian government, and Wikileaks. [Read More]
Hosted by Charlie Sykes. [Read More]
Whatever you're doing right now you should stop it and go read Kevin Williamson's long essay in the Wall Street Journal about what, exactly, happened... [Read More]
Marijuana sellers have cute ways to get around D.C.'s legal loopholes, but trying to bank their cash becomes money laundering in the eyes of the... [Read More]
Also: Download 16,016 BBC sound effects. [Read More]
The former FBI director explains himself to a Manhattan audience that wants to like him but can't forget his handling of Hillary's emails. [Read More]
There remains a divide within the Trump administration about the goals and aims of the planned tariffs on Chinese imports. In the new issue of... [Read More]
The former speaker is just the most prominent Republican to speak out. [Read More]
Turmoil, generations, and starpower in the 1956 film classic starring Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, and James Dean... [Read More]
Seeking redemption in subtle, everyday quiet. [Read More]
The darkest show on TV—Netflix's tech-dystopian 'Black Mirror'—is itself a sign of hope for a human future. [Read More]
Even the headline of the short essay in the New Yorker was meant to offend, and it did: "Chick-fil-A's Creepy Infiltration of New York City."... [Read More]
Colleges foster smugness on the left and resentment on the right. [Read More]
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