The NBA player opens up to Robert Silverman about the death threats he receives daily for speaking out against Turkish leader Erdoğan and his beef with Hedo Türkoğlu.
Patrick Shanahan’s corporate allies have thrived under Trump. Now he’s going to be Secretary of Defense.
He’s been branded a “terrorist” in his homeland and his father is awaiting trial on trumped-up charges, but the Turkish New York Knicks’ center refuses to keep quiet.
Japan. China. Even Canada! The White House only hurts itself with sparse summaries of the president’s phone conversations with foreign leaders—and lets them set the narrative.
Geert Wilders doesn’t just want to ban travel from Muslim-majority nations, he wants to ban the Quran itself. But Dutch voters just handed him a defeat.
Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan was in the F-16s’ sights. And then, suddenly, he slipped away.
Turkey's leader thwarted a coup attempt—and now he may retaliate against America for shielding his arch-enemy.