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"Insulting." That's what Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called a reporter's question about why scientific terms, like "verification," a mainstay of arms control treaties,... [Read More]
As I was stealthily gathering government secrets for the 2013 book I wrote about national security, a source of unimpeachable reliability tipped me off to... [Read More]
On Tuesday, President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ended their historic summit in Singapore with a handshake and the joint signing of... [Read More]
Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and... [Read More]
Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and... [Read More]
Here is a picture of a world in which Donald Trump isn't president. It is a world that I can confidently predict the existence of,... [Read More]
A weird syllogism attends to the Russia investigation today, one that is now being ardently pushed by President Trump's defenders. It holds that because the... [Read More]
The never-will-happen-to-suddenly-on-because-President-Trump-wants-a-place-in-history-to-off-because-he-felt-insulted-to-on-again-because-he-feels-re-respected-by-Kim-Jong-Un summit is, as of this writing, still on. Singaporeans are already seeing signs of an unprecedented security apparatus in advance of the June... [Read More]
There's never a dull moment in President Trump's White House. Trump has dramatically shaken up up his frontline national security team just days after... [Read More]
For 70 years, North Korea's Kim dynasty has tried to develop a military deterrent capable of fending off foreign invasion. The goal was always to... [Read More]
It's been four days since the release of Rep. Devin Nunes' (R-Calif.) memo alleging that the FBI demonstrated anti-Republican bias in its handling of its... [Read More]
If you had any doubt that Republicans would try to distance themselves from President Trump's governing nihilism as they head into a daunting midterm election... [Read More]
How does Weinstein happen? Visit a gay bar with me... [Read More]
Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and... [Read More]
In a Thursday morning interview on CNN's New Day, newly minted White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci invited White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus... [Read More]
Watching President Trump attempt to navigate complex political issues reminds me of a crying child wobbling on the pony of a merry-go-round. His parents keep... [Read More]
Fresh takes in the Trump administration have the tendency to quickly curdle, especially as the extraordinary becomes the new ordinary and the media struggles to... [Read More]
Inner-government's parts are not as potent, unified or conspiratorial as some imagine... [Read More]
President Donald Trump and his administration, according to reports, are worried that government employees are allied against him. [Read More]
No, it doesn't evade oversight or leak gratuitously. [Read More]
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