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Just prior to the vote, the U.S. unsuccessfully pressured the Kurdistan Regional Government to cancel the referendum. [Read More]
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After heading the Department of Homeland Security for four years, Janet Napolitano announced she will depart in September. Wishing her well, U.S. President Barack Obama... [Read More]
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The only thing more difficult than attempting to stop a rogue nation from acquiring nuclear weapons is attempting to stop two rogue nations. [Read More]
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When Donald Trump and Pope Francis met, the former became the thirteenth serving U.S. president to officially meet with a serving pontiff. [Read More]
As unpredictable as North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has become, two aspects of his personality are easy to measure: his increasing girth and bravado. [Read More]
The British-built de Havilland Comet was the world's first commercial jetliner, placed in service in 1949. But in the early 1950s, several of the planes... [Read More]
France: Where an Age of Enlightenment Once Flourished, Turbidity Now Reigns. [Read More]
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi compared mounting tensions around North Korea to "two accelerating trains. [Read More]
One of Joe Biden's last official acts as vice president was to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. [Read More]
With his last minute pardons, commutation of prison sentences and prison releases, Barack Obama is proving to be an equal opportunity president. [Read More]
After President-elect Donald Trump is sworn into office, can a once-great nation recover the greatness it has surrendered? [Read More]
It is interesting that President Barack Obama, who during eight years in office has, historically, been slow to act on international challenges, has moved quickly... [Read More]
In a February 2002 news conference, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld was asked about evidence linking Iraq to weapons of mass destruction. [Read More]
During a press conference last month with German leader Angela Merkel in Berlin, President Barack Obama provided us with a "Jesse Jackson moment." [Read More]
A safety practice used in the early days of coal mining involved the use of canaries. Since these birds were susceptible to the ill effects... [Read More]
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