CONCORD, New Hampshire - With no clear presidential front-runner in their party, Republicans are shopping for candidate to unite the party's religious right, moderates and Tea Partiers in a way that Mitt Romney, could not do. Full Article
LONDON - British fighter jets escorted a Pakistan International Airlines passenger plane to Stansted Airport near London on Friday, where police went on board and arrested two men on suspicion of endangering an aircraft.
LONDON - Britain's security services faced questions over whether they could have done more to prevent the murder of a soldier hacked to death in a busy London street after it emerged that his suspected killers were known to intelligence officers. Full Article | Video
May 24 - P&G shares get a new lease of life after the surprise return of former CEO A.G. Lafley. Also find out why teen apparel has had a threadbare quarter.
Lately Obama seems like he's playing defense. One possible alternative, hinted at in a recent speech, is that Obama might take advantage of his prestige and moral authority to make the case for stronger American families. Commentary
We are living in the age of the technocrats, but there are sound reasons why not to rely mechanically on technocratic solutions. That’s why it is worth reading a new paper by Daron Acemoglu of MIT and James Robinson of Harvard University. Commentary
The cases of the butchers of London and the Boston bombers raise an even more fundamental question: What exactly is terrorism? Since 9/11, the central management of al Qaeda’s operation has been defeated and the duty to continue the Islamist fight has passed to individual jihadists. Commentary
The reaction to Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's tediously familiar statement, and release of the equally repetitive minutes of the last Fed meeting, was some of the wildest gyrations seen in the world’s financial markets for months. Commentary
Removing Assad would no more end the Syrian conflict than overthrowing Saddam Hussein in 2003 brought stability to Iraq. The U.S. must create a more integrated overall strategy, argue Michael O'Hanlon and Sean Zeigler. Commentary