Palestine is applying to be a full member of the United Nations, a move that could finally slow Israel's politicide against it.
Pundits at The New York Times and The Washington Post argue that the U.S. needs troops in Syria.
Predictably, the mainstream media has issued a collective pronouncement about the president's pullout plan that fails to reflect the facts.
Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin cites complaints from the Jewish community, as black activists call for leadership changes and protests.
Against the backdrop of the shutdown and other pressing issues, legislation that opponents say is a free speech violation gets priority.
With little resistance from a friendly White House, Israel has launched a new settlement push in the West Bank since Trump took office.
Only by restructuring the entire legal framework for American war-making can we begin to imagine a more humane foreign policy.
While mainly procedural, the departure represents a major blow to UNESCO, which was established after World War II to foster peace.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called for an early vote in April. Few have examined who's actually allowed to cast a ballot.