What we can learn about American history—and race, class and culture—from Duke Ellington's life story.
As Father's Day approaches—a day many millions of Americans celebrate but many others stumble through—Carlos Colon's story is worth knowing.
Decades after Bernie Sanders first ran bus trips to Canada, President Biden has a bipartisan opportunity to end drugmakers' ability to lock Americans out of lower-priced medicine.
Dennis Prager says these 32 questions will reveal whether you need to be persuaded that the enemy of liberals is not conservatives—it's the left.
The pandemic has shown how vulnerable international institutions are. Europe will never be whole, strong and secure until the entire Balkans are included in major European trends.
The miracles of God's love, mercy and grace are everywhere.
There are evidence-based practices, some 20 years old, that would mitigate human errors in hospitals if implemented and prevent unnecessary patient fatalities.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer slipped language into the American Rescue Plan designed to keep Republicans from using federal funds to subsidize tax cuts for corporations or rich people.
Was Fred Hampton the "Black Messiah" the FBI was afraid would emerge to unite disparate groups across race and class lines for radical social change?
The "stealth dole" will send no-strings checks to everyone with a child, whether or not they ever work—recreating the horrible social dynamics that led Reagan and Gingrich to campaign against welfare in the first place.