The GOP Must Not Adopt The Moral Vacuity And Historical Ignorance Of A Libertarian Foreign Policy

The GOP’s revitalization must come with a healthy dose of libertarian philosophy both at home and abroad, but the Republican Party should never become a party that abandons its role in the world. The bulk of this great responsibility for global order, which rests on the shoulders of America’s lawmakers, cannot be shrugged. Full story

Experts suspect North behind SKorea computer crash

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A cyberattack caused computer networks at major South Korean banks and top TV broadcasters to crash simultaneously Wednesday, paralyzing bank machines across the country and prompting speculation of North Korean involvement. Full story

What's Rand Paul's real position on immigration reform?

The Kentucky senator endorses citizenship, sort of, for undocumented workers Full story

Transcript: Sen. Durbin on the Budget, Social Security, Drones

Sen. Durbin answered questions at a breakfast hosted by the Wall Street Journal. Here is the transcript. Full story

Topsy-turvy romance 'Upside Down' turns out to be a bit flat ★★

All you need is love, according to “Upside Down,” to save your planet from the dystopian doldrums. Nice sentiment: Fritz Lang’s “Metropolis,” among others, got there first. Full story

Fort Hood judge: Jury won't be swayed by pretrial publicity

The judge in the Fort Hood, Texas, shooting case said the defense failed to show that pretrial publicity would unfairly prejudice a jury. Full story

The NRA's Domestic-Violence Trap, a Transgender Battle, and Drone Degrees

Behind the New York Times pay wall, you only get 10 free clicks a month. For those worried about hitting their limit, we’re taking a look through the paper each morning to find the stories that can make your clicks count. Full story

North Korea threatens attack on US bases in Pacific

Kim Jong Un said North Korea would attack U.S. military bases in the Pacific if its “enemies … make even the slightest movement,” according to its official KCNA news agency. Full story

Senate: Drones require new privacy laws

As domestic surveillance drones proliferate, the public needs greater protection experts tell hearing Full story

White House set to move drone program away from CIA: report

The CIA may be getting out of the drone business, according to a new report. Three senior US officials say the White House is set to sign off on a plan to shift the drone program from the CIA to the Defense Department, the Daily Beast reports. The site says… Full story