U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper says he is looking to NATO allies for more help in countering the Islamic State (IS) militant group in Iraq and in bolstering American defense efforts in the Middle East more broadly.
FAILING UPWARDS: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute made FIRE’s Top 10 Worst Colleges for Free Speech list for a lot of reasons, several involving wacky misadventures in policing (like claiming st ... Read more
The foreign ministers of NATO members Montenegro and Turkey said relations between their two countries are good, but they vowed to further bolster economic and security ties as well as cooperation in ... Read more
The US, British, and French navies all had carriers at sea in January, including the US and UK's newest flat tops. Those new carriers, and one France may acquire in coming years, will be in service fo ... Read more
Nothing undermines the powerful quite like making them look silly. You’d struggle to find a better example of this maxim than a group of Lebanese protesters splitting their sides laughing during a daf ... Read more
Because very few national polls were released after Iowa, we’ve been eagerly awaiting Monmouth University’s latest national poll even as ballots are cast in New Hampshire. That data has now been incor ... Read more