A common statement by leaders of European Union nations, including Britain, warned Friday that U.S. spying on their governments could jeopardize their joint fight against terrorism, and Germany and France called for a new transatlantic rules on intelligence and security service behavior.
Israel and Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah-controlled Palestinian Authority (PA) are engaging in negotiations refused for years by the PA. Yet, only weeks ago, the PA Minister of Religious Affairs, Mahmoud Al-Habbash, delivered a paean to Shekih Ahmad Yassin, founder and leader of Hamas, the terrorist organization that has murdered hundreds of Israelis in scores of suicide bombings, calling him a Palestinian "icon." How can peace talks and glorifying a terrorist chieftain coexist in the PA?
Hundreds of conservative leaders from across the nation will meet in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday to take their message of immigration reform to Congress, which is now expected to address the issue after having dealt with the partial government shutdown and the debt-ceiling.
In perhaps what could be considered a promotional game of "book wars," or simply a dispute over theological differences, megachurch pastor Mark Driscoll has invited Grace For You ministry leader and pastor John MacArthur to the upcoming Resurgence event via an open letter.
The Affordable Care Act, also known as "Obamacare," is "more than just a website," President Barack Obama recently said. True. The law is expansive, with lots of different parts. If the problems with Healthcare.gov are not fixed soon, though, the rest of the law is threatened.