Eli Lake

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Eli Lake is a columnist for Bloomberg View. He is a former senior national security correspondent for the Daily Beast, a former senior national security reporter for the Washington Times, and former reporter for the New York Sun.

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In just ten days after last month's election the Southern Poverty Law Center counted  more than 850 incidents of hate and intimidation , many of them against Muslim-Americans.

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President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran is a major issue in the presidential campaign, and relations between the two countries are still contentious.  
   Secretary of State John…

Iran's Foreign Minister Criticizes US on Nuclear Deal

President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran is a major issue in the presidential campaign, and relations between the two countries are still contentious.  Secretary of State John…

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