What we can learn about American history—and race, class and culture—from Duke Ellington's life story.
Three great American leaders of the past provide some insights about the founding of our nation.
Her name was Jaslyn Adams. She was a beautiful young African-American girl, all of seven years old. Late in the afternoon of April 18, she was with her father at a McDonald's drive-thru in the West Side of Chicago.
In developing its vaccine, Pfizer was doing what the private sector does best: thrive under pressure and respond to market demands as no government agency can.
The miracles of God's love, mercy and grace are everywhere.
George Mitchell and his band of engineer brothers helped create the U.S. shale revolution.
In America, it's China in reverse: A very different brand of amnesia—and self-hatred—is being promoted.
If we're lucky, we have a father, mother or mentor to guide us through our pivot points.
Americans deserve to know about what happened on that tragic night in Louisville. The grand jury testimony presents a complicated story.
"I love Springsteen and his music. I only wish, as he celebrates his 71st birthday, he'd honor the genius of Irving Berlin's music, his anthem and the people who love both," Lee Habeeb writes.
Scalia, when not firing off some of the most interesting legal opinions in Supreme Court history, loved to travel the country teaching students—law school, college and high school students alike—about our nation's Founding document.
A story worth telling on this Labor Day.
Stop pretending as if looting is ever permissible or acceptable. It isn't.
Boys' well-being was, in Warren Farrell's words, "a national afterthought." He boldly set out to change that.
As discussions about race and opportunity proliferate in the weeks and months to come, McGee's life story is an inspiration for us all.
Award-winning author Leslie Leyland Fields had resolved never to see her father again. The act of forgiveness changed not only her life. But her heart.
The life story of my grandparents, and so many other immigrants and minorities, is a rebuttal to the lie that this nation is bigoted to the bone.
I was surprised to see Harvard professor Steven Pinker call belief in afterlife a "malignant delusion." It is wrong on so many levels.
It's not the pursuit of money that motivates those of us clamoring to return to normal life. It's the pursuit of a good life.
In uncertain times, the classic American story of Pittsburgh Pirates in-game host Joe Klimchak proves the power of hard work and persistence.
What's happening in New York City is heartbreaking, but most Americans don't live there. And we need to do what's right for us.