If Brandeis cares about its "core values" more than being politically correct it should withdraw its honorary degrees from five famous people.
Obama is considering an early release for Pollard, the former U.S. intelligence officer who’s serving a life sentence for spying for Israel.
Obama needs to re-read his own words and start acting on them.
Obama thinks Abbas is a rare bird who seeks peace, eschews violence, and is ready to compromise.
Here are the major elements of the Times' editorialists’ faux argument.
An unscripted comment from a Secretary of State symbolizes all that’s wrong with America’s foreign policy.
Why is the truth – that Jews have historical ties to the land of Israel that date back 3,500 years – so controversial?
In North Korea again, Dennis Rodman is the latest in a long line of misguided Western dupes who have been used by bloody dictators.
The congressional push for tougher sanctions against Iran in the aftermath of the nuclear deal is understandable.
We see an administration that prefers doing business with brutal dictators rather than pressuring them to end their atrocities.
That a global Human Rights Council can welcome such human rights abusers with open arms not defies logic
Aswany argues that Israel seeks a weak Egypt so it can dominate the region.
The impacts to come from the shutdown, however, could prove even worse
Israel now finds itself more isolated than ever on Iran.
The Iranian regime is likely playing a far more hard-headed game, capitalizing on apparent U.S. desires to avoid military action.
The president and his team had already damaged U.S. credibility through their maneuvering in recent weeks.
Ever wonder about the European Union, a sometimes unwieldy body of 28 nations, each of which sacrifices some measure of its national sovereignty?
The International Criminal Court's probe of Israel strays -- in a big way -- from its obligation to focus on genocide and war crimes.
Of all the challenges on his plate, U.S. Joint Chiefs Chairman Martin Dempsey worries most about something nebulous.
In highlighting Iran’s nuclear pursuit, U.S. policymakers and pundits have cast insufficient light on Tehran’s other activities.