Running for Ohio Supreme Court justice.
First override of Obama veto among items
Muslims honored by Obama at reception.
JERUSALEM — As Jerusalem teens Nadav and Anan set out to guide each other across the Israeli-Palestinian divide a few years ago, they faced a question: Whose language should they speak? Nadav, a Jew, knew little Arabic. Anan, an Arab, could
People from various hacking collectives have tried for several months to block social media accounts that spread propaganda and attempt to recruit fighters for the Islamic State, but those campaigns gained a new energy on Twitter after the Paris
WASHINGTON — The war in Syria has become a tangled web of conflict dominated by al-Qaeda veterans, hardened Iraqi insurgents, Arab jihadist ideologues, and Western volunteers. On the surface, those competing actors are fueled by an
Sol Messinger was just 7 when he stood with his father at the rail of the ocean liner St. Louis and stared into the gathering darkness. But nearly eight decades later, Mr. Messinger still recalls the lights of Miami glittering off the bow, so near
MANILA — The contrast was inescapable. At the top of a local newspaper’s front page here was a huge photo of the new Canadian prime minister, in a trim suit and wind blowing through his hair, captioned “ladies’ choice.”
NEW YORK — When a Brooklyn man pleaded guilty to plotting to join the Islamic State in Iraq and Syira and to bomb Coney Island, it drew little attention outside of New York City. It was, after all, one of hundreds of such plots that the FBI
WASHINGTON — Another swastika. Another campus. Another outrage. On Thursday, students at historically black Bowie State University in Maryland found a swastika scrawled on a building named after a civil-rights movement hero. The swastika was