By: Gerard Baker – wsj.com – Januaery 29, 2024 Say this for Tim Scott: At least he understands it’s all-in or nothing at all. There can have been few sadder displays of human abasement than Mr. Scott’s performance last week. The South Carolina senator rightly likes to make much of his family’s ascent from sharecropper to Congress in a couple…
By: The Editorial Board – wsj.com – January 28, 2024 It was bound to happen eventually, as President Biden was warned repeatedly. A drone or missile launched by Iran’s militia proxies would elude U.S. defenses and kill American soldiers. That’s what happened Sunday as three Americans were killed and 25 wounded at a U.S. base in Jordan near the Syrian…
Air defenses failed to intercept an attack drone that killed three U.S. troops in Jordan because the aircraft was mistaken for a friendly drone, officials said.
28% of U.S. adults are religiously unaffiliated, describing themselves as atheists, agnostics or “nothing in particular” when asked about their religion.
A new Harvard analysis finds people across income levels got squeezed by rent hikes during the pandemic. The market has lost millions of low-rent places, and new construction is mostly high-end.
If he were to win, Trump could reshape America more quickly, and in more lasting ways, than he did before. Source: Trump’s election campaign strategy to defeat Biden, dominate GOP race
Neither Argentina’s president nor the Heritage Foundation’s head was at the World Economic Forum to win a popularity contest.
Senators are closing in on a bipartisan deal on the border and immigration. But vocal opposition from the hard right and former President Donald Trump is threatening to topple the compromise.
House Republicans passed two anti-abortion bills reaffirming pregnant student rights and protecting federal funds for pregnancy centers.
The fellows who resigned accused Ackman and Weiss of supporting genocide and called on TED to disinvite them from its conference.