Burning Down the House"Social exclusion" is a real problem, but it doesn't excuse the looting and lawlessness on the streets of London.
What Egypt Can Learn from PalestineHow Salam Fayyad is undermining Islamism in the West Bank.
Palestine's Great HopeThe emergence of Salam Fayyad is the best thing to happen to the Middle East in ages.
The Anti-Semite's Favorite Jewish PrayerThe centuries-long controversy over Yom Kippur's Kol Nidre.
Meet the Syrian OppositionIt's the most liberal and Western-friendly of the Arab Spring uprisings.
Hamas Isn't the IRAAnd when it comes to the peace process, the Middle East isn't Northern Ireland.
The Body Politic ElectricIt's becoming increasingly difficult for Israel to unplug for Yom Kippur.
It Doesn't Take an EinsteinThe problem with using scientists' words to support religious beliefs.
The Obama Boom What should Republicans say now that the GDP is growing, the deficit is shrinking, and gas prices are falling?
The Weird, Embarrassing, Fascinating Things People Asked Librarians Before the Internet
The Blame Game Who’s really holding back innovation in schools—teachers or administrators?
What Makes Children Stop Believing in Santa Claus? Parents say one thing. Physics says another.
Cards Without Cardboard Can Topps save itself and a beloved hobby with baseball cards that live inside your phone?