Peace and Security
Conservative lawmakers calling for cuts should start with the agency that can’t account for $1.9 trillion — not the programs Americans rely on.
The U.S. and China confronted big questions about their relationship at the Asia Pacific Economic Forum — really big questions.
Backlash is rising along with the civilian toll in Gaza.
Our elected officials should listen to the two-thirds of Americans calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.
The absence of Palestinians and their advocates from news coverage isn’t just unfair. As a Jewish American, I think it’s harmful.
The Israeli government’s treatment of innocent Palestinians should shock the conscience.
Millions of innocent Gazans are in danger. Half are children who’ve lived through five wars already.
A series of embarrassments plaguing some of the world’s top military powers.
More than half of discretionary spending goes to the military. Only a tiny fraction addresses the most urgent threat to our security.
For federal policy makers, there’s never money for people’s needs — but there’s always money for war.