A Londoner has been identified as part of an Islamic State cell—along with the late Mohammed Emwazi (aka "Jihadi John" )—that oversaw the beheadings of Western hostages in Syria, per a joint investigation by the Washington Post and BuzzFeed. Emwazi and Alexanda Kotey, 32, were part of a...
Aaron L. Connelly Diplomacy, Southeast Asia In inviting the collective leadership of ASEAN to Sunnylands, the U.S. strengthens regional institutions and supports the liberal international order. The Washington Post editorial board, which...Show More Summary
Washington Post political reporter/pundit Chris Cillizza resolutely (and unpersuasively) denied last April that the media had a pro-Hillary bias. But he certainly exemplified it in his “Monday Fix” column in the newspaper. The topic was Hillary refusing to release transcripts of her six-figure speeches. Show More Summary
Michael Kinsley and Barton Swaim join as conributing columnists.
(Steven Hayward) I was indisposed most of the weekend at a conference (about which more in due course), so I have a lot to catch up on. Let’s look at a few headlines from the morning papers: From the Washington Post sports page print edition (I can’t seem to find it online), a story about women’s professional soccer: U.S. Show More Summary
Searching for campaign infractions real and imagined, the media's etiquette police have been busy writing up Hillary Clinton for numerous violations lately. "She shouts," complained Washington Post editor Bob Woodward last week on MSNBC, deducting points for Clinton's speaking style. Show More Summary
(Photo: Matt McLain/Washington Post) Gabriel Horchler is the Head of Cataloging at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. He likes to row. 15 years ago, he realized that most of his daily commute from his home in Cheverly, Maryland, ran parallel to the Anacostia River. Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) Paul notes below the irrepressible reflexes of the Washington Post’s arts and entertainment coverage that often appears in their misnamed Style section (misnamed because its relentless politicization shows it has little style and no class). Show More Summary
As immigration resurges, U.S. public schools help children find their footing Washington Post: Between Oct. 1, 2013 and Dec. 31, 2015, federal officials released more than 95,000 unaccompanied minors into U.S. communities, virtually all of them entitled to enroll in public school. Show More Summary
Q: A recent editorial in the Washington Post says many of Donald Trump’s “rivals have strove to mimic him.” Shouldn’t that be “have striven”? A: “Strove” or “strived” is the past tense of the verb “strive.” The past participle (used with forms of “have”) is “striven” or “strived.” So the Post’s editorial writers should have... ? Read More: Strove Monday
E.J. Dionne Jr. at The Washington Post writes—The governors exact their revenge on Marco Rubio: The politicians from both parties who ran the states tended to be a pragmatic lot. They were pro-business because they wanted their people...Show More Summary
Because citizens are localized but their data isn't, things aren't going to get any less weird as time progresses. Or any less legally troublesome. Ellen Nakashima and Andrea Petersen of the Washington Post have seen a copy of a draft...Show More Summary
The Washington Post editorial board, which has long argued for a vocal and uncompromising emphasis on democracy promotion in American foreign policy, has published an editorial criticizing the Obama Administration's decision to hostShow More Summary
While The Washington Post would only go to Kenya looking for gushing over Barack Obama, they turn to Canada to make fun of Ted Cruz. The front-page story on Saturday was headlined “Calgary's stand on Cruz: 'The States can keep him'.” Brit Hume tweeted: "The whole story is one long cheap shot. Who cares what they think? Ted Cruz left Canada when he was 4."
The Washington Post: The Oregon State Sheriffs’ Association, which has publicly supported Ward, said Thursday that it did not stand by people who it described as arming themselves, breaking into publicly owned buildings and intimidating and harassing local residents and officials. “These men and women are asking for change, and we support their right to […]
(Paul Mirengoff) If you think (as I do) that the Washington Post’s news section too often manifests liberal bias, you should probably steer clear of the arts, entertainment, and letters portions of the paper. The news section’s high profile produces limits as to how far reporters typically go to express such bias. Show More Summary
Travel News: CNN says that Zika Virus Could Slam These Travel Hotspots. Yahoo suggests some Safe Babymoons Where You Can Avoid the Zika Virus. Washington Post takes A Peek At 2016’s Special Hotels. Thrillist tells us about The Cheapest Caribbean Vacation Paradises. Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - A second member of a British group of Islamic State militants dubbed "the Beatles" has been identified as 32-year-old Londoner Alexanda Kotey, according to a Washington Post and BuzzFeed investigation published on Sunday.
My Sunday Washington Post Business Section column is out. This morning, we look at the favorite reads of a number of finance notables. The print version had the full headline On-the-books advice on reads, while the online version was On-the-books advice from financial leaders. Show More Summary
And Hillary is unable to give more than a typical foolish answer (Washington Post) The question was just what Hillary Clinton asked for when she came to a small college