Revenue dropped 56 percent in the latest quarter as its business continued to shrink. The company also said it would enter a partnership with the Asian manufacturer Foxconn.
Continue reading BlackBerry Posts Huge Loss
A foreigner accused of conspiring to attack American facilities in Nigeria is the latest example of defendants apprehended oversees and being extradited to federal courts in New York.
Continue reading Man Charged With Plotting Against U.S. in Nigeria
In the latest of his series marking the 10th anniversary of the Iraq War, John Kael Weston remembers an Iraqi highway patrolman who he met at the height of the battle for Fallujah.
Continue reading The Iraqi Patrolman
Kurdish militants released eight Turks they had been holding hostage in the latest sign that peace talks between Turkey and Kurdish rebels were gaining momentum.
Continue reading Kurdish Rebels Release Turkish Captives, Fueling Peace Talks
Elisheva Goldberg reports from the latest Women of the Wall prayer gathering in Jerusalem, and comes away not terribly optimistic.
Continue reading Women Of The Wall Creates Culture Clash In Israel
Three novels in 47 years—Gass’s books aren’t so much written as molted into dense, solid masterpieces. The latest is ‘Middle C,’ 18 years in the making.
Continue reading William H. Gass: How I Write
The GOP has kept nearly half the president’s picks off the bench. Eleanor Clift on their latest attempt.
Continue reading Showdown Over Obama Judges
‘Downton’ will introduce six new characters in next season. Tom Sykes on the latest to roam the Abbey.
Continue reading Meet Lady Mary’s New Suitors
My latest National Post column is dedicated to post-truth conservatives such as the staff of Breitbart.com, who recently made a national laughingstock of their fellow conservatives.
Continue reading Conservative Post-Truth Journalism Harms Conservatism