In the United States, why do we limit free speech and protest for minorities more than we limit guns?
Russia's U.N. Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia reacts by saying a humanitarian cease-fire is "not realistic" because "the terrorists" are keeping up attacks.
The “Muslim ban” has been addressed under a time-honored scrutiny. But with the president’s team sending mixed signals, the question is: Has the administration learned anything?
There are serious questions about the story extremist-turned-FBI-informant Jesse Morton told reporters.
Obama faces criticism over civilian deaths caused by the drone program, which is being denounced as having little oversight, a mounting death toll and results that can be seen as war crimes.
The second part of The New York Times' investigation into the U.S. approach in Libya is a scathing indictment of the former secretary of state's push for military intervention in the North African country five years ago.
"Surely this time," the Republican establishment chorus cries with joy, "Donald Trump has gone too far!" Don't bet on it.
If the candidate's foreign policy record is any guide, a Hillary Clinton presidency would perpetuate and bolster some of our most hateful national characteristics.
As Paris mourns its dead, critics of President Obama's caution in the fight against Islamic State are full of sound and fury But those who throw around such words as "weak" and "feckless" should tell us if they support the logical alternative: sending in tens of thousands of US troops.