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Setting Up the Speaker Fight Redux

The Republican conference passes up an opportunity for unity.

Canceling Monsters

Should Western terror apologists suffer professional consequences?

No Amount of ‘Context’ Justifies Killing Babies

Hamas apologists can offer only incoherent arguments in defense of terrorism.

Could Today’s Katalin Karikó Come to America?

The U.S. immigration system makes it too costly and time consuming for highly skilled immigrants to live and work here.

House Republicans to Decide on a Speaker—Probably

Plus: A divide within the New Right on the U.S. response to the attack on Israel.

‘An Act of Sheer Evil’

Western leaders show steadfast support for Israel. Will it last?

‘An Act of Sheer Evil’

Western leaders show steadfast support for Israel. Will it last?

Israel First?

Why MAGA Republicans sound like neocons after Hamas’ attack.

Lawmakers Pledge Israel Support Amid Speakership Uncertainty

While House Republicans decide on a speaker, congressional Democrats spar over Israel.

War of a Generation

Israel stares down a long, difficult conflict.

The Wretched of the Earth

Democrats face an identity crisis after Hamas’ attack on Israel.

Attack on Israel Puts Foreign Affairs on the 2024 Map

Plus: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. says he may spoil the race—for both Biden and Trump.

How to Solve a Problem Like the Problem Solvers Caucus

Plus: Some brief thoughts on the tragic invasion of Israel.

A ‘Black Day’ in Israel

Terrorists from Gaza killed hundreds of Israelis in recent days, but the fight may just be getting started.

Our Best Stuff From a Week of Congressional Chaos

Plus, Hamas launches a new war against Israel.

Indulging Some What-Ifs

A primer on filing deadlines, primary season, and what happens if a nominee is incapacitated.