U.S. needs Libya inquiry
British found problems in 2011 invasion so why hasn't U.S. looked into botched Libya policies?
Brexit's judgment day
Vote to leave European Union looks suspiciously similar to U.S. presidential race — angry and unpredictable
Britain broadens the anti-ISIS coalition in Syria
Britain's entry into the air war in Syria shows the West is capable of presenting a united front against ISIS' terror
Political labels depend on location
Why wasn't Obama at the anti-terrorism rally in France?
Devolving a United Kingdom [Commentary]
Will Britain make good on David Cameron's promise to pass more political power to Scotland?
Is Romney contemplating another run? [Commentary]
As the crystal ball on the 2016 Republican presidential nomination remains cloudy, two-time loser Mitt Romney appears willing at least to entertain the possibility of trying a third time.
Let's trade President Obama for the UK's David Cameron in the World Leader Fantasy League [Letter]
Let's trade President Obama for the UK's David Cameron in the World Leader Fantasy League
ISIS is a national security threat [Commentary]
Just as Japan and Germany were once threats to free people, so are Islamic fanatics by whatever label they wear, writes Cal Thomas
Walking a fine line on Iraq [Commentary]
How far can President Obama involve the U.S. in Iraq without taking ownership of a war he opposed and supposedly ended?
West readies package of sector sanctions on Russia
The tea party lives -- in Europe
Conservative parties with platforms like the tea party's are on the rise in Britain, France and elsewhere in Europe.
Obama poses for 'selfie,' shakes hand; right wing has cow
Putin is the world's most hypocritical leader
First Putin denies Syria's chemical use, now he wants us to trust him on a diplomatic solution?
Things to know for Monday
Government is broken, but there is another way to heal what ails us
In an era of divided and gridlocked government, social welfare organizations may be the answer for solving problems like poverty and drug addiction.
The lady was a champ
Cal Thomas says Margaret Thatcher didn't save Britain, but she encouraged its people to save themselves.
Harold Meyerson: History shows fiscal austerity has perils
Cardin moves human rights forward, but will U.S. eventually retreat?
Maryland senator moves cause of human rights forward but U.S. may yet find opportunities to retreat
Sometimes, you almost want to feel sorry for Mitt Romney
Watching Mitt Romney travel abroad was almost enough to make you feel sorry for him.
Obama and Romney jockey for the Olympic vote
Who cares about the economy — which candidate is gong to win us the most medals?
Different continent, same candidate: Romney can put his foot in his mouth abroad just as well as at home
Mitt Romney traveled overseas in an attempt to look presidential, but he's managed to look foolish instead.
London gears up for Olympics as only the British can
British seem wary of hosting Olympic Games as security and traffic concerns rise
War of 1812 enemies sign 'declaration of peace'
On the 200th anniversary of the U.S. declaration of war on Britain and its colonies, representatives of the former belligerents gathered at Fort McHenry to sign a "declaration of peace."
Doctors group says no junk food for the Obamas
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine doesn't want to see picture of Obama eating bad food
Robert B. Reich: Why Europe's double dip could lead to one here
U.S. must avoid the European austerity mistake
Eurozone crisis: EU could learn a thing or two from Alabama
The supposed harsh measures to prevent EU overspending have no teeth; European leaders should look to Alabama, where public officials can go to jail if they bust the budget.
London looters are following the example of British bankers and members of Parliament
London rioters are the result of dysfunctional society
Crisis in the horn of Africa
Drought and famine in Somalia threaten millions of lives; the U.S. must do whatever it can to help those most in need
In Libya, an unstated mission
Aren't we all in this recession together?
Cameron right about Israel
Conservative elected mayor of London
Lessons from the Tories
Once-unassailable Blair sinks in quicksand of Iraq