The Court at a Crossroads
A new majority enters the culture wars.
Creatures Great and Small
Sewing up the torn paw of a Javanese leaf-monkey, with the help of an Indonesian vet, might seem an untried and unexpected form of interfaith dialogue, but it proved very productive for me.
Ending the Death Penalty
A change of position by one Catholic Supreme Court justice could make a difference.
Books and Culture
By all accounts, the poet Robert Frost (1874-1963) was a difficult man, moody, contrary, competitive, exacting.
Mary Oliver has done it again.
Russia’s cultural history in the 20th century presents both “triumph and tragedy.” For every masterpiece published or exhibited, countles
If Robert Satloff’s recent book, Among the Righteous: Lost Stories From the Holocaust’s Long Reach Into Arab Lands (2006), offer
What is the proper role of an ex-president?
New and selected stories from Tobias Wolff, reviewed
Columns and Departments
Faith in Focus
God's option is always for the poor and defenseless.
'Religion still retains a hold on the American conscience.'
Of Many Things