The Jewish nurse who treated the Pittsburgh shooting suspect intent on killing Jews has shared his thoughts about that experience, along with a message of kindness he hopes will counter hateful actions.
“Fox & Friends” on Thursday morning played an instructive video clip of Axios’s Jim VandeHei pressing President Trump on his use of “enemy of the people” to describe the national media. “I have to fight
In a church parking lot in Greensboro, North Carolina, the Rev Vince Anderson was pouring sweat as he pounded his keyboard and belted out his “dirty gospel” anthems. Taking aim at a string of Donald Trump’s
Why researchers can't agree after decades of studies Late last month, the Journal of Marriage and Family published a new study with a somewhat foreboding finding: Couples who lived together before marriage
Greek and Roman statues were often painted, but assumptions about race and aesthetics have suppressed this truth. Now scholars are making a color correction. Mark Abbe was ambushed by color in 2000, while
Before we talk about the quality of education or the importance of freed, when it comes to charter schools, there’s a much more fundamental fallacy that we must address first, a fallacy that addresses
Meghan O’Gieblyn, author of the new essay collection Interior States, on evangelicalism, consumerism, and Trump. Essayist Meghan O’Gieblyn was raised in a fundamentalist Christian household in Michigan
Name a more wholesome TV show… I’ll wait. Last night saw the return of Old People’s Home For 4 Year Olds, and to say it ripped out viewers’ hearts, chewed them up and spat them back out would be an understatement.
With a lawsuit against Harvard, Asian-American activists have formed an alliance with a white conservative to change higher education. In 2012, Michael Wang, a senior at James Logan High School, in the
VISALIA, Calif. — Constituents in Rep. Devin Nunes' district may find a curious campaign mailer on their doorsteps or in their mailboxes this week. That mailer isn't attacking his opponent in the November
The chef’s massive effort to cook food for the island’s residents and relief workers was driven by an urgent sense of empathy. In his scholarship and in his personal philosophy, the professor Cornel West
“The right to abortion is not a real right,” says Lila Rose, the founding president of the pro-life organization Live Action, in a new documentary from The Atlantic. Rose first attracted national media