(CNN) — An unsettling mystery has washed up on Japan's shores. Over the past two months, at least 12 wooden boats have been found adrift or on the coast, carrying chilling cargo -- the decaying bodies
I've written about how millennials are leaving organized religion and its associated anti-LGBT animus in droves. As an atheist and as an LGBT activist, this seems like a good thing. The faster conservative
Francis may be the first pontiff from the New World, but heirs to St. Peter’s throne have long loomed large in the American imagination. When the chartered Alitalia jet known as “Shepherd One” touches
It’s an important question. But is it the best one to be asking? One of the most frequently asked questions about terrorism is also the most intractable. Why? Why do they do it? Why do people join terrorist
Mary Ellen Mark, the influential photographer known mostly for her humanist work, has died. She was 75. Mark died Monday, a representative said Tuesday. The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that she died
“Chloë is the girl of the moment because the moment needs her more than she needs the attention.” So declared the May 1996 issue of Dazed, where 20-year-old cover star Chloë Sevigny talked losing her at
PAST AND POTENTIALLY FUTURE SPOILERS AHEAD The Washington Post’s Neely Tucker is running with a The Walking Dead theory on Bob Stookey that is being called “crackpot” by some, but it makes almost perfect
From classic icons to modern muses, these are the celebrities who prove the versatility of the cool cut. From classic icons to modern muses, these are the celebrities who prove the versatility of the cut.