Choice And Competition

Opinion | Rep. Barry Loudermilk
A doctor clutches a stethoscope. (Adam Berry / Getty Images News)

By restoring the free market, insurers will have the freedom to create healthcare that meet the needs of Americans.

DNI Report: Russia Has Been Trying To Influence U.S. Elections For Decades

US | Eric Lieberman
Five US Presidents pose for picture in front of the Reagan Library November 4th 1991 in Simi Valley, Ca. Never before have five American Presidents been together. From left, in order of their Presidencies are Presidents George Bush, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford and Richard Nixon. (Photo credit: HAL GARB/AFP/Getty Images)

‘In the 1970s, the KGB’ wanted ‘information about then-presidential hopeful Jimmy Carter’s campaign’

Carville Blames 'House Republicans And The KGB' For Hillary's FBI Problem

Elections | Derek Hunter

‘House Republicans and the KGB are trying the affect our democracy’

Putin's Bringing Back The KGB After Winning Big In Russian Elections

World | Saagar Enjeti
Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures as he speaks during a meeting with journalists after a live broadcast nationwide call-in in Moscow, Russia, April 14, 2016. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov

Putin brings back Stalin’s security service

Ex-KGB Spy: Russian Spies TRICKED Snowden Into Going To Moscow

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
Fugitive former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden's new refugee documents granted by Russia is seen during a news conference in Moscow

‘It was a trick and he fell for it’

Former Soviet spy chief claims Putin regime is an 'intelligence agency dictatorship'

World | Scott Greer
Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs Russian government meeting at Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow

Co-author says Putin still retains ‘Soviet-Marxist’ ideology

Document backs allegation KGB stopped probe into WWII hero Wallenberg's fate - AP

World | admin

Swedish diplomat who rescued thousands of Jews from Nazis disappeared after being arrested by Reds

Southern Poverty Law Center article lands in communist newspaper - TheDC

US | John Rossomando

The director of the SPLC’s Intelligence Project declined to comment on whether ‘People’s World’ should remove his commentary

Assange sex charges sound bogus

Opinion | Roger Stone

This is a snatch and grab.

Belarus charges 600 for taking part in protests after election - WSJ

World | Steven Nelson (admin)

A rival candidate who was released from detention Monday without charges, said the security service, still known as the KGB, tried to pressure him into renouncing his criticism

Don't start on START -- until next year

Opinion | Ken Blackwell

What have the Russians done to deserve favored nation treatment by the Obama administration?

10 questions with "DUPES" author Paul Kengor - TheDC

Politics | Jamie Weinstein

The executive director for the Center for Vision and Values and a political science professor speaks to TheDC

'Hot' Russian spy leaves enigmatic Facebook trail - AFP

World | interns

Anna Chapman has been negotiating with journalists over terms for her first interview via Facebook after being flown from the US to Moscow as one of 10 Russian spies

Nice guys, lies, and Russian spies; a little indignation please

Editorial | Ed Ross

The statements by administration spokesmen cited above send the wrong message. They suggest that the U.S. government actually believes what Gibbs and Gordon said—this is no big deal.

Ex-husband of 'femme fatale' of Russian spy ring had suspicions - CNN

World | interns

Alex Chapman said he ‘hardly knew her anymore’ after she became involved with shadowy contacts and that she confided in him that her father had been a senior KGB agent

Spies among us

Opinion | John Feehery

Beck, Gaga, Madoff and even Ronald McDonald as Russian spies? You be the judge

Model lures Kremlin critics in KGB-style 'honey-trap' - NY Post

World | interns

At least eight prominent Kremlin critics have been caught in a hidden camera sex sting by a sultry young Moscow model

Surely I’m not crazy …

Feature:Opinion | Anchorman

Anchorman sits down with his shrink to talk about his dreams. And the administration crushing them

Jittery commuters return to Moscow subway - AP

World | Julia McClatchy (admin)

Russians on Tuesday nervously returned to subway stations where two suicide bombers killed 39 people

What evil lurks within Ahmadinejad’s heart?

Opinion | James Zumwalt

Experiencing frustration in his efforts to resolve myriad foreign policy issues, President Barack Obama blames some failures on President Bush. As to Obama’s failed policy to derail the Iranian express train seeking to load a nuclear arms cargo, he may want to consider blaming the 18th century philosopher Jacques Rousseau.