The former secretary of state, and probable candidate for president, outlines her foreign-policy doctrine. She says this about President Obama’s: “Great nations need organizing principles, and ‘Don’t do stupid stuff’ is not an organizing principle.”
Conservatives are literally praying that the Texas senator will be the 2016 nominee. The rest of the Republican Party isn’t so sure.
The field is nearly two-thirds female. Is it because of a lack of better options—or is it, in fact, the best possible option?
Understanding what the Muslim Brotherhood’s Gaza branch wants by studying its theology, strategy, and history
Why the question is so effective at silencing American critics of Israel.
Two U.S. doctors with Ebola have improved after receiving an experimental antibody.
There are some understandable reasons for this exaggerated sense of persecution. Globally, Christians face incredible discrimination. In North Korea and many Muslim-governed countries, Christians risk imprisonment and death for their faith. The…
What happens if this conflict comes off the rails?
But respect is called for. For all their blind spots and flaws, reporters on the scene are trying to see, so they can tell, and the photographic and video reporters take greater risks than all the rest, since they must be closer to the action. For…
The mistake involves a series of photos from Khan Younis hospital in Gaza. AP, Reuters, and The New York Times posted images of two blood-covered men. The men were identified as brothers who had just seen their father killed in an Israeli strike. In…
From dating to job prospects, a name has remarkable power over the path of its owner’s life.
So many lawyers want out that there is now a coterie of consultants and coaches ready to guide them through the process of finding a new career path.
It’s impossible to deduce personality traits from a quick glance at a duckface iPhone photo. But a new study finds that, when it comes to first impressions, certain facial features do tend to convey specific personality characteristics to others…
Inside the surreal recruitment process of a legendary club—or something like it—at New York University
Things change, of course—the only constant in the Middle East is sudden and dramatic change—but as I write it seems as if Israel is losing the war in Gaza, even as it wins the battle against Hamas’s rocket arsenal, and even as it destroys the…
Consequently, what follows is not a review but a spoilereview. If you are genuinely considering watching Lucy—and I urgently recommend that you reconsider—you should stop reading now. If, by contrast, you plan to give the movie a pass and would like…
A supporter of Israel’s campaign in Gaza evades a longstanding taboo, using logic uncomfortably close to what’s employed by Palestinian and Al Qaeda terrorists.
A new study looks at the evolutionary psychology behind our ideas of sexual morality.
A former Obama administration official calls attention to unaccountable mass surveillance conducted under a 1981 executive order.
Is it ever acceptable to talk about “Chinamen”?