International

07/23/2015 - 9:46pm

    In the midst of Iran mania, the president got tossed a question about Bill Cosby.

    Would he revoke the Presidential Medal of Freedom given to a comedian who has been accused of subverting the free will of dozens of women, and counting?

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07/17/2015 - 12:03am

            By voting no in last Sunday's referendum, and by such an impressive margin, Greece won itself a moment's elation -- and may come to regret the consequences for years. It was one more in an absurdly extended series of miscalculations.

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07/16/2015 - 11:49pm

            Greece is a faraway country with an economy roughly the size of greater Miami, so the United States has very little direct stake in its ongoing disaster. To the extent that Greece matters to us, it’s mainly about geopolitics: By poisoning relations...

07/16/2015 - 11:48pm

            Two minutes into his election victory speech on May 8, Prime Minister David Cameron referred to the need to rebalance the British economy by "building that Northern powerhouse." On Wednesday, Chancellor George Osborne added some fiscal flesh to...

07/16/2015 - 11:43pm

            Greece's impending bankruptcy is dominating the headlines right now, but between that financial catastrophe and the one facing Puerto Rico, the latter probably deserves more attention in the United States - or at least more attention than it's...

07/16/2015 - 11:37pm

            As the minutes tick down before Sunday's deadline for Greece to reach an agreement with its creditors or else face bankruptcy, the Greeks and their supporters are accusing Germany, their main creditor, of hypocrisy. After all, in 1953, Germany's...

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