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  • Ann McFeatters: Obama's 'apology' administration

    WASHINGTON � This week we consider White House apologies. You're probably thinking we will be finished rather quickly. There has been great excitement in your nation's capital about the White House's sort-of apology because President Obama did...
  • Small religious paper in Israel cuts German chancellor from Paris march photo for modesty

    A small Jewish ultra-Orthodox newspaper in Israel is making waves internationally for removing German Chancellor Angela Merkel from a photo of this week's Paris march out of modesty. World leaders had linked arms to march in Paris against terrorism after...
  • Why wasn't Obama at the anti-terrorism rally in France?

    The heads of Great Britain, Germany and Israel were there. But President Barack Obama didn't attend the massive anti-terrorism rally in Paris Sunday, days after the deadly attack on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. The secretary of state, John...
  • It can happen here -- and has

    The headlines all over on Sunday's front page gave hope that France, which has practiced just about every form of appeasement over its checkered history, glorious and inglorious, was coming fully awake to the danger that now threatened it -- and all the...
  • Jon Stewart criticizes Obama's no-show in Paris

    Jon Stewart criticizes Obama's no-show in Paris
    On Monday's "Daily Show," Jon Stewart had just one thing to say about the lack of high-level American officials at the giant unity rally held in Paris on Sunday: "Je suis to be kidding me." The rally, which has been described as the largest public...
  • As Paris attack shows, freedom's often messy but worth defending

     As Paris attack shows, freedom's often messy but worth defending
    There are many profound inscriptions on the lobby walls of the Chicago Tribune, from great poets, philosophers, justices, each celebrating liberty and the mind of Western man. But with the news out of Paris that Islamic terrorists killed at least a...
  • French president comforts nation amid attacks; prime minister takes combative stance

    French President Francois Hollande comforted and united his nation during its worst terrorist attacks in decades, transforming himself from the most unpopular leader of modern France into the "father of the nation" and a statesman who brought world...
  • Obama's inexcusable snub of our oldest ally

    In Paris on Sunday, the United States really led from behind — so far behind that President Barack Obama and other important U.S. officials stayed stateside as 40 other world leaders joined about 1.5 million Frenchmen in a stirring riposte to...
  • German anti-Islam rally draws record crowd after Paris terror attacks

    Chancellor Angela Merkel will join a vigil in support of tolerance after a German group opposing Islam's influence in Europe drew a record crowd for one of its rallies, as both sides hardened their stance over Muslims in the country. Merkel, Vice...
  • A massive show of solidarity in France

    The following editorial appeared in The Dallas Morning News on Monday, Jan. 12: The international community joined hands on the streets of France on Sunday in an overwhelming show of support for free expression. The sheer numbers millions across French...
  • White House says it erred in not sending a higher-level official to Paris anti-terror march

    In a rare admission of error, the White House said Monday that President Barack Obama or another high-level representative should have joined dozens of world leaders at an anti-terror rally in Paris. While leaders from Europe, the Middle East and...