Barack Obama’s health law is in trouble because many young and healthy Americans won’t sign up.
Confronted with the evil of Islamic terrorism, Britain’s Labour Party leader doesn’t know what to do.
The young men who rampaged in Paris lashed out at a society they had refused to assimilate into.
Republicans aren’t going to win the 2016 election with an economic program out of the 1980s.
Making other leaders see that Europe can no longer move at one speed is quite an accomplishment.
France, Italy and Spain neither deserve nor need more time to bring their deficits in line with the rules.
Sixty years of European integration won’t come undone the day Angela Merkel leaves office.
CNBC’s debate was the worst. But it also showed Republicans are serious about solving big problems.
The British people are not going to trust a man who would rather surrender than use nuclear weapons.
Syria’s Bashar Assad is not a bulwark against fanaticism and war. He is the enabler of both.
Even as one in two Catalans votes to break away, there are Spaniards who refuse to take them seriously.
Many of Jeremy Corbyn’s supporters may not remember what damage his policies did in the past.