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On Nov. 13, Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan visited in Washington with his counterpart in the United States, Donald Trump. Both leaders are controversial, in different ways, both at home and abroad.

On a summer afternoon in 1975, the most notorious labor leader in the United States disappeared, the presumed victim of a mob hit. Today, the case remains unsolved, Hoffa’s body has never been found, and his story continues to fascinate the public. Martin Scorsese’s new film, “The Irishman,”…

President Emmanuel Macron of France has issued a dramatic declaration in favor of European independence from NATO and the United States. Instead, he favors establishing a distinctive European military organization and explicitly separate diplomatic role in the world.

The problem with most conspiracy theories is that they presume too much competence on the part of the conspirators. The same may be true when it comes to President Trump's alleged quid pro quo with Ukraine. As Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., put it, "What I can tell you about the Trump policy towards the Ukraine is that it was incoherent ... They seem to be incapable of forming a quid pro quo."

Janesville welcomed our hockey Jets almost 10 years ago, and the response was and continues to be positive. The community and businesses have supported the organization, and Jets ownership and the young men on the team have weaved themselves into the fabric of our city.

Regarding the man lying in Monterey Park, he definitely needs a love patrol to bring him food for breakfast, lunch and dinner and show him kindness and love. Here is a man with a soul who is very mentally ill. Here is a man who is in desperate need of the milk of kindness and love were he ev…

While Democrats pretend to care about stopping foreign interference into our elections to preserve the integrity of our democracy, they conveniently turn a blind eye to their own election meddling. The rest of us can see with our own eyes.

One of the most durable conspiracy theories of our times finds Vladimir Putin recruiting a billionaire media personality named Donald Trump to the U.S. presidency. In some iterations of the tale, Trump is willingly serving his Kremlin comrades; in others, he is merely the victim of kompromat…

It is disgraceful when those who commit war crimes go free and those who expose war crimes are in prison. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange truthfully published content that the American people should know. The founders of our nation put freedom of the press in the First Amendment. Without kn…

I’d like to personally bop over the head the next Democrat who says that Michael Bloomberg shouldn’t be running for president because he’s a billionaire. Let’s give thanks that a simple-minded dismissal of rich candidates didn’t sink FDR’s chances.

This week, The Atlantic released its newest issue, provocatively titled "How to Stop a Civil War. "Leading its collection of essays is a fascinating piece by Yoni Applebaum. In it, Applebaum posits that at the crux of America's vitriolic politics lies demographic change: "The United States i…

In June 1987, President Ronald Reagan stood before the Berlin Wall at the Brandenburg Gate and uttered those iconic words that shook the world: "General Secretary Gorbachev ... come here to this gate … Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!" They had been repeatedly removed from his draft speech by nervous State Department bureaucrats, but Reagan kept putting them back in. And just 2½ years after Reagan spoke them, that wall came down.