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  • Newly released testimony from military suggests different attackers in twin Benghazi assaults

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Newly released testimony from military suggests different attackers in twin Benghazi assaults.

  • Argentina reaches World Cup final after penalties

    SAO PAULO (AP) — Goalkeeper Sergio Romero saved two penalties Wednesday to send Argentina into the World Cup final with a 4-2 shootout win over the Netherlands after the game finished in a 0-0 stalemate. A day after Germany lit up the World Cup with its clinical 7-1 destruction of host...

  • Border surge overwhelming, officials tell Congress

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Tens of thousands of children streaming from chaotic Central American nations to the U.S. border have overwhelmed the government's ability to respond, senior Obama administration officials testified Wednesday as they urged senators to agree to the president's emergency...

  • How a campaign move on immigration is haunting Obama now

    The border crisis is forcing President Obama to pay the price for a re-election move he made two years ago.

  • Fed sees October end for monthly bond buying

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Reserve officials are in broad agreement that they will likely announce an end to their monthly bond buying program in October, bringing to a close the third round of massive bond purchases the central bank has relied upon to boost economic growth following the Great...

  • Justice Department outlines new immigration strategy

    The Justice Department on Wednesday released a two-pronged strategy to address the surge of illegal immigration on the nation's southwestern border that aims to increase the capacity of American courts to adjudicate immigration cases while assisting Central American governments in ameliorating a...

  • EU to sanction 11 more people over Ukraine

    BRUSSELS (AP) — Ambassadors of the European Union's countries have agreed to add 11 new names to the list of people sanctioned for participating in the pro-Russian insurgency in Ukraine's east, an EU source said Wednesday. The EU has already imposed asset freezes and travel bans on 61 people...

  • Breaking through the myth of 'Islamophobia'

    With an editorial saying Islam "is at the core of some of the Arabs' deep troubles," The Economist has broken through the wall of political correctness that has prevented debate on Islam and its effects.

  • Obama skitters, scampers and scuttles away from failure

    Skitter away from your red line in Syria. Scamper off to a meeting you'd previously nixed with Texas Gov. Rick Perry. Scuttle as much as the Constitution as you can.

  • What Lois Lerner told her IRS colleagues not to say in emails

    The embattled former IRS senior executive cautioned colleagues against including comments in official emails that might be seen by Congress.

  • EU source: 11 more people to face sanctions over actions against Ukraine's government

    BRUSSELS (AP) — EU source: 11 more people to face sanctions over actions against Ukraine's government.

  • President Obama: Republicans aren't terrible people --- they're just wrong

    You poor, misguided Republicans. If only you could get with President Obama's program, everything would be right in America again.

  • Three reasons to impeach President Obama

    Last month, I got my first email calling for the impeachment of President Obama.

  • Germans probe 2nd spy case reportedly involving US

    BERLIN (AP) — German authorities are investigating a second spy case reportedly involving the United States, a week after the arrest of a German intelligence employee cast a new shadow over relations between the two countries. Federal prosecutors said Wednesday that police raided properties...

  • Chicago: A town that won't let you down?

    Frank Sinatra's song about Chicago, "My Kind of Town," "the town that won't let you down," seems dated in light of last weekend's shooting spree that left 16 dead and dozens wounded in 53 separate incidents.

From the Weekly Standard

  • The Man and the Myth

    Urbi et Orbi, the city and the world, Tehran and the globe. In his turban and clerical robe, softly speaking of peace, Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, resembles a spiritual guide more than a...

  • A Vindication of Religious Pluralism

    On June 30, the Supreme Court ruled that the federal government cannot force Americans to abandon their most deeply held convictions as the price of doing business in the United States. Burwell...

  • An Unfolding Fiscal Disaster

    Imagine that it is 1937 and time for the first Social Security payroll taxes to be assessed on workers and their employers. Two years earlier, President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s new program was...