President Obama blamed social media and the nightly news for creating the sense that “the world is falling apart” during a Friday evening fundraiser.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL or ISIS) sent mixed signals on Twitter this week regarding the fate of captive American journalist Steven Sotloff.
At least 300 Chinese activists were detained or harassed throughout this month’s Summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing—the latest evidence of the communist government’s widening crackdown on dissent, human rights groups say.
A California power substation that was attacked by a sniper in April 2013 was attacked again, this time by thieves, on Wednesday morning, the New York Times reports.
The United States has leveled new sanctions on several individuals and entities found to be abetting Iran’s missile and nuclear programs, as well as its efforts to evade sanctions and support terrorism, the White House and Treasury Department announced early Friday.
To clear up some of the confusion about what is going on in the Middle East with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, Breitbart released a map of where pro-jihadist and anti-jihadist forces are as well as which countries are currently at war.
My must read of the day is “Your strategy was wrong, Mr. President,” by Jeff Jacoby, in the Boston Globe.