In the Face of Tragedy, Petitioning God Is an Act of Faith
NASHVILLE — The sun was still shining brightly when I pulled into the parking lot of Christ Presbyterian Church here…Read More »
An Open Letter to Governor Lee on the Slaughter of Our Children
NASHVILLE — Dear Gov. Bill Lee, For more than 24 hours, I waited for you to speak to the people…Read More »
Can India Change the World?
NEW DELHI — Is India the world’s next tiger economy, poised to succeed a slowing China as a pillar of…Read More »
A Florida School Banned a Disney Movie About Ruby Bridges. So I Watched It.
This month, an elementary school in St. Petersburg, Fla., stopped showing a 1998 Disney movie about Ruby Bridges, the 6-year-old…Read More »
Biden’s Confrontation With Netanyahu Had Been Brewing for Years
The president’s decision to publicly criticize Israel is highly unusual for a leader who has pledged not to interfere in…Read More »
Putin’s top security adviser holds talks with India’s prime minister as Moscow seeks closer ties.
A senior security adviser to President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia met with India’s prime minister in Delhi on Wednesday…Read More »
Julie Anne Peters, Whose Young-Adult Books Caused a Stir, Dies at 71
Her 2004 novel, “Luna,” broke new ground by having a transgender teenager as a main character. That book and others…Read More »
Decades Later, Senate Votes to Repeal Iraq Military Authorizations
The bipartisan action to roll back resolutions from 1991 and 2002 was a major advancement in a long-running bid by…Read More »
Californians Share Their Pandemic Silver Linings
How things have changed three years since the coronavirus pandemic began.Read More »
Where Will the Supreme Court Draw the Line on Guns?
How much further will the Supreme Court go to assist in the arming of America? That has been the question…Read More »