The far-reaching ambitions of Egypt’s rising Islamists.
A new study confirms F. Scott Fitzgerald’s observation that the rich really are different.
At an arts festival in Zimbabwe, the show must go on—even when the main event has been banned by the police.
What the Spanish-American War can tell us about the ideological core of the original Tarzan story:
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The Daily Caller Obama bombshell is a big fat nothingburger. But it does raise an important point about the government's Katrina response.
What Obama should do to reduce the deficit.
The Supreme Court this week took a position at odds with it's Citizens United holding: corporations aren't persons when they aid and abet torture.
A 1995 review by Eugene Genovese of Eric Hobsbawm’s history of the 20th century.
Fourteen years into his term of office, an ailing Hugo Chávez faces his most competitive race yet. What happens if he loses?