We should distinguish between Charlie Hebdo’s equal-opportunity offense in their religious criticism and the Islamaphobic slant of Pamela Geller’s stunt.
British writer Salman Rushdie, who went into hiding after a 1989 fatwa called for his death over his book ‘The Satanic Verses,’ said the boycotting authors were “horribly wrong.”
‘Cartoonists: Foot Soldiers For Power,’ a new documentary, shows how the cartoon’s power to mock authority makes it one of the most potent weapons in democracy’s defense.
Two Turkish journalists were jailed after they ran a satirical cartoon of Mohammed in their newspaper as a sign of solidarity with French magazine Charlie Hebdo.
John Kerry and James Taylor get ‘The Daily Show’ treatment.
Pope Francis should know that freedom of speech is nonnegotiable.
Charlie Hebdo has affirmed the right to free expression.
Dozens of suspects have been arrested in an anti-terror sweep through Europe.
Louie Gohmert shares the horrible truth about Benghazi, Joe Walsh calls for jihadists to strike CNN, and more.
Police reportedly are searching for a fourth suspect in connection with last week’s terrorist attacks in France.
Former President Bill Clinton appeared on ‘Late Night with Seth Meyers’, and gave an answer to an important question: Why do presidents like to play so much golf?
Extremists can only be grateful when anti-Muslim propaganda, repeated constantly in right-wing publications and broadcasts, casts them as the defenders of Islam.
The first issue of Charlie Hebdo after last week’s massacre was sold out within hours across France.
Terrorists tried to brutally divide France last week — but instead, they did the opposite.
Charlie Hebdo cartoonist says: “The people who committed this act, they are people who lack humor.”
How could something as small as a cartoon start a war?
Three million copies of the special “survivors’ edition” of Charlie Hebdo will be made available in 25 countries.
Three police officers who were killed in the Paris attacks were laid to rest on Tuesday.
Jimmy Carter had an interesting story about the work that it takes to bring about peace.
In a rare moment on Monday, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest admitted a genuine mistake by the Obama administration.
Press Secretary Josh Earnest has admitted that the White House should have sent a top official to France.
Francois Hollande’s government is planning the largest military deployment to ever take place in French territory.
Why are extremists so afraid of laughter?
Millions gathered in Paris in an outpouring of grief and defiance on Sunday.
Don’t miss President Obama’s message to the people of France.