In January, Rand Paul was invited to give a foreign-policy address to a distinguished Washington crowd that included Henry Kissinger and Brent Scowcroft.
It’s among the most patriarchal domestic arrangements you can sign up for. In polygamy, husbands are king.
As I write (at 9:30pm EST in the US, 0230 March 8 GMT), things look bad for Malaysian Airlines flight 370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, but nothing is known for sure.
The Daily Mail was positively apoplectic. "Shocking pictures show people in Crimea taking SELFIES with Russian masked gunmen as Ukraine teeters on the brink of war," the British tabloid yelped over the weekend.
The NSA is, on top of everything else, a workplace. Which means that NSA workers have to deal with things like that supervisor who doesn't respond to emails.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md.—It's hard to miss the gospel of Ben Carson here at CPAC, the Conservative Political Action Conference, held annually just outside of Washington.
In our print magazine this month, Hanna Rosin tells the story of her son Jacob's diagnosis with Asperger syndrome, in the context of the psychiatric community's recent change in the definition of the disorder to part of what's now known as autism spectrum disorder.
Last November, the Catholic University of America announced a pledge of $1 million from the Charles Koch Foundation to support the study of “principled entrepreneurship” at the university’s new business school.
Saturday is International Women's Day, which arose from an early-20th-century socialist suffrage movement and has since become a national holiday in about two dozen countries—in some of them, a holiday "for women only." Take that, HR guidelines!
I think religion should be taught in college. I’m not talking about “religious studies,” that is, the study of the phenomenon of religion.
1. DeadMalls.com: Delightfully detailed profiles of retail agglomerations in decline, like the Duck Creek Plaza in Bettendorf, Iowa.
Ken Spicer’s grandkids were expecting him when they heard the accident. From inside the house it sounded like a car had hit a post.
I was raised to believe that reading was a healthy and wholesome pursuit, like drinking whole milk or doing sit-ups.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland — Christopher Beach was trying to defend keeping marijuana illegal to a roomful of conservatives, and it was not going well.
On a January morning in 2012, Wendy Whelan stepped out of a cab at the New York City Ballet dance studio at Lincoln Center in Manhattan.
The most heartening article on belly dancing I read this week appeared in an obscure book of collected essays titled, "Culturally Relevant Arts Education for Social Justice." Abroad in Morocco, the author began to study belly dancing, or raqs sharqi.
Problem: Posting photos on Facebook allows us to present an idealized version of our lives—our dinners well-plated, our friends always smiley.
The Supreme Court will soon hear oral arguments in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby, which challenges the Affordable Care Act's mandate that employers provide contraception coverage.