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This Chart Shows the U.S. Commitment to Accept 10,000 Syrian Refugees Falls Short of Its Peers

The U.S. commitment to take 10,000 Syrian refugees in the next year will do little to alleviate the crisis.


Alek Skarlatos Thwarted a Terrorist Attack. But Can He Waltz?

Army National Guard Specialist Alek Skarlatos tackled a gunman on a Paris-bound train in August. Now he'll try to dance his way to the top on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars."


Le Donald, and Western Democracy’s Populism Problem

Europeans may be gobsmacked by the phenomenon that is Donald Trump. But at home, they’re voting for dangerous politicians just like him.


Marine Le Pen Expels Her Father From National Front, Party He Founded

A fight to clean up the National Front has turned into an acrimonious father-daughter battle.


These 8 Democrats Are AIPAC’s Best Chances of Killing the Iran Deal

The pro-Israel lobbying giant is running out of Democrats who might be willing to help slow Obama's Iran nuclear deal.

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