Community partnerships are seen as a softer counterterrorism. But who are the partners?
Seemingly within reach of unprecedented power in a post-Mubarak Egypt, the group faces the prospect of implosion.
Is a vote for Bachmann actually a vote for her husband?
Antigovernment zealots and biblical literalists are driving the race for 2012's Republican presidential nomination.
Isaac Casaubon was a model citizen of the republic of letters—a community more durable than any church and broader than academia.
The internationally renowned activist talks to Katha Pollitt about women and driving in Saudi Arabia, a feminist Islam, and the chances for a “Saudi Spring.”
As contradictory as the gospel truths of California's digerati are the dogmas of West Coast evangelicalism, a melding of Jefferson and Jesus.
Adina Hoffman and Peter Cole's Sacred Trash offers a precious meditation on how the discovery of hidden hoards of history can transform our worlds.
The pope failed to take decisive action in response to clear evidence of a criminal underground in the priesthood.
History is replete with peaceful role models like the “Frontier Gandhi” of colonial India.