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  • Rachel Marsden: Why the West is an inviting target for jihadist propaganda

    PARIS -- One of the most alarming things about Islamic State terrorists is how effective they've become at creating propaganda -- slickly produced videos depicting violent acts against their captives, paired with various denunciations of Western foreign...
  • John Kass: Another Clinton scandal creates a sense of déjà vu

    First, Hillary Clinton must deal with that debilitating email scandal on the road to becoming president of the United States. Then and only then will she be able to claim her true destiny and see her will become law, and her likeness carved into the...
  • Texas' Perry says states should handle energy subsidies

    Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry is telling Iowa Republicans he'd prefer that states, rather than the federal government, handle energy subsidies. Perry spoke at an agricultural policy forum in Des Moines Saturday that drew several 2016 GOP presidential...
  • Hillary vs. Hillary: The email fiasco shows that she's her own worst enemy

    Hillary vs. Hillary: The email fiasco shows that she's her own worst enemy
    — So it turns out Hillary Clinton will face a serious challenger in the primaries, after all. Her name is Hillary Clinton. Last week's revelation that she used only private email to conduct her public business as secretary of state is not a...
  • 2016 Republican race up for grabs, Democrats back Clinton, poll finds

    2016 Republican race up for grabs, Democrats back Clinton, poll finds
    Jeb Bush may be the establishment favorite for the Republican presidential nomination, but he still has a lot of work to do to persuade GOP voters to back him, a new poll finds. By contrast, Democrats seem overwhelmingly willing to support Hillary...
  • Maduro: EEUU asumi la tarea de derrocar a mi gobierno

    Maduro: EEUU asumió la tarea de derrocar a mi gobierno
    El presidente venezolano Nicols Maduro denunci que el gobierno estadounidense decidi el lunes asumir personalmente la tarea de derrocarlo ante la incapacidad de sus opositores locales para desestabilizar a su administracin, plan que segn l fue...
  • Torture report provided rare public accountability for CIA

    In February 2009, the Senate intelligence committee gathered in a soundproof room to learn the stomach-churning details of the brutal interrogations the CIA conducted with its first important al-Qaida prisoners. Committee aides distributed a report based...
  • Hillary hasn't learned a vital lesson about concealment

    During a 2007 appearance at the "Take Back America" conference hosted each year by the progressive advocacy group Campaign for America's Future, Hillary Clinton told her audience that, under President George W. Bush, the "Constitution is being shredded."...
  • Analysis: Hillary Clinton's long, cautious record on women's rights

    The early reviews of Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state were not so unlike the "texts from Hillary" portrait of her as a superhero in sunglasses: There were more good lines to point to than those delivered in an episode of "Downton Abbey" by...
  • Bush cropped out of Selma photo

    Bush cropped out of Selma photo
    I am disappointed that the Associated Press photograph of the Selma bridge march on the front page of the Sunday edition was edited to remove all but a forearm of former President George W. Bush as he marched with President Barack Obama ("President...
  • U.S. should learn from mistakes of Iraq War

    U.S. should learn from mistakes of Iraq War
    On the 12th anniversary of the start of the Iraq War, the Republican Party lusts for more war. This time the GOP should pass a couple of bills before I would support more war in Iraq: •Reinstitute the draft with no exemptions, unless the person...