The arrest of Rezwan Ferdaus in Boston scores a major victory for U.S. counter-terrorism efforts.
What a decade of war has achieved.
Protests rock the communist nation.
Our supposed “ally” arrests the informants who aided the bin Laden raid — and reveals its overriding allegiance to terror.
Left-wing political leaders reach out hand of solidarity to terror.
If Assad falls and the Muslim Brotherhood rises.
The victory behind the victory of killing Osama bin Laden.
When a tyranny poses a direct danger to Israel, it’s “hands-off” time at the White House.
Are we now assisting the same people who killed our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan?
Why the tyrant staying in power is an unacceptable outcome.
Without Western help, anti-Gaddafi forces stand little chance.
Finally, Obama speaks out in favor of Iranian protesters.
What Egypt’s Islamists learned about grabbing power from their brethren in Lebanon.
President Hu’s visit to Washington prompts speculation on a growing Cold War.
Despite well-publicized arrests, Venezuela remains a major player in the drug trade.
Growing Iranian clout — and America’s silence — leave Israel isolated.
A former military superpower drowns in the welfare state’s red ink.
Is the Korean Peninsula at the point of no return?
Why the White House has gone too far to secure a new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty treaty with Russia.
Even a troubled America is good to have in your corner.
Will a divided Congress lessen the likelihood of confronting Iran?
California’s mysterious contrail reminds us of our vulnerability to surprise attack.
The Venezuelan strongman takes the next step.
China boldly asserts itself in the waters that America has dominated for almost three generations.
U.S. strikes against the Taliban on its home turf may just be the beginning.