Maybe, just maybe, the religious right and its Republican friends have
finally gone too far with the Terri Schiavo case.
When David Spencer Ware was a baby, his mother pronounced a blessing over him. Go See the World became the title of the saxophonist's first major-label record, for Columbia.
Women don't shout. Women don't like politics. Women shrink from intellectual debate. Women don't try.
At this writing, the first prosecution witnesses have begun testimony in the case of People v. Michael Joe Jackson.
Beijing Plus 10, the follow-up on the momentous 1995 Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, is opening at the United Nations as I write, and like other UN gatherings since George W.
Fifty years ago, a young Polish journalist named Leopold Tyrmand lost
his job at the country's last surviving independent publication, the
Catholic weekly Tygodnik Powszechny, which was
As the saying goes, behind every successful woman is a man who is surprised. Harvard president Larry Summers apparently is that man.
Can a dose of Christianity stiffen the Democrats' spine, win back Kansas and bring people power to the anemic left?
I was listening to Morning Edition on December 30, and up came one of those end-of-the-year heart-warmers that's supposed to make you feel there's hope for this old world yet.
Several weeks ago the 32-year-old hip-hop superstar Eminem, America's staunchest and most spectacular amoralist, found himself in an unusual position, suddenly cast as the moral hope of his gener