Nowhere has our callow politics asserted itself more thoughtlessly and noisily than in the politicization of personal or private life.
Most pastors take a break after Holy Week and Easter Day. But I've always felt that the weeks after Easter are the most important of the year.
The sequester cut defense spending—to 2006 levels. The U.S. will continue to spend as much on defense as the next 13 countries combined.
If we take the Christian story seriously, the pope's burdens are not his alone to bear. They are shared by everyone united with him in prayer.
Multitasking is marked by a sustained sense of urgency in a world mediated by communication devices. Puttering is something different.
Charles Duhigg's book will remind readers of Malcolm Gladwell's best work. It represents the best "popular brain science" genre can offer.
On April 13, 2005, Richard Lischer's 33-year-old son, Adam, phoned his dad. The cancer had spread throughout Adam's body.
The show Homeland puts viewers in a moral vice and squeezes.