Discrediting two movements at once.
Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthis attack commercial vessels and Western interests.
Plus: ‘Sandwich shop monopolies’ and some thoughts on the Constitution.
The Gulf monarchy’s longtime links to Hamas make it a questionable, but perhaps vital, middleman.
The Democratic rift over Israel is deepening.
A news story relied on one unnamed source and the Israeli police have disputed it.
Plus: A look at the presidential election in Argentina.
Israel’s war on Hamas, Sam Altman and artificial general intelligence, and more.
Moral relativism not only obfuscates right from wrong—it’s unable to respond to today’s radical ideologies.
The U.S. can aid Ukraine and Israel at the same time—for now. But the long-term outlook is less certain.
One year from now, progressives might be more worried about Donald Trump than angry with the president.
‘Israel’s campaign isn’t a police action to arrest criminals—it is war.’
Plus: Joe Biden has a challenger and Nikki Haley is on the rise.
A 1,600-year-old church in Gaza illustrates the plight of people of faith in the entire region.
Whether something is true on social media matters less than whether it gets eyeballs.
Plus: The Democratic schism over Israel.