Obama and Romney won’t even mention the ‘g’ word after the tragedy in Aurora. That’s pathetic, writes Judith Miller. What if four ex-presidents got together to do the right thing?
Judith Miller is an author, Fox News commentator, and a Pulitzer Prize-winning former investigative reporter for the New York Times.
Before he joined Libya's slaughter, Gaddafi's son Saif was celebrated by Westerners as a liberal reformer. Judith Miller on how he used money to fool the West.
If Pastor Terry Jones goes through with his threat to burn Qurans on Sept. 11, he’ll take his place alongside fanatics who destroyed Rushdie’s Satanic Verses, Falun Gong texts—and even Braille books.
A 23-year-old journalist is under house arrest for exposing government corruption, and an Israeli court has gagged the media. Judith Miller on the censorship scandal rocking Tel Aviv.
As the U.N. Human Rights Council endorses a report accusing Israeli forces of war crimes, Judith Miller reports from the streets of Gaza and finds the tide is turning unexpectedly against Hamas.
After Kim Jong Il’s nuclear test, what can Barack Obama do with no viable military options? He can play the only card he has left: Ask China for help.
The pro-Western coalition in Lebanon is wary of Obama’s gestures toward Syria and fears losing crucial summer elections. Judith Miller reports.
The Congressional prayer breakfast is impressive, but I prefer the scripture-lite message of Joel Osteen, the Sunday morning televangelist I discovered in prison.