On Ukraine and the treason of the nationalists.
The Republican House has no truck for the deal brokered by Senate negotiators.
The United Nations arm will weigh in on claims of genocide.
Can the career of Israel’s longest-serving prime minister survive this war?
A viral post is wildly inaccurate.
Flare-ups across the Middle East can be traced back to Tehran.
‘All of my life I built a home, a place where I can be safe. But now I know that I don’t have that anymore.’
One year from now, progressives might be more worried about Donald Trump than angry with the president.
A sincere question for those who think Israel shouldn’t respond to Hamas.
‘This is our family. They’re our mishpacha. It runs through our veins.’
New words and ideas can’t sanitize very old facts.
Investigations into the alleged practice were inconclusive.
Plus: Atheism needs better defenders.
Evangelicals’ support for Israel is historical. But it’s also broader than current political alliances.
Populist contradictions in Mike Johnson’s first major bill.
Expect a drawn-out battle with high casualty counts—and frightening global implications.