On May 30, anthropologists from Lawrence University will join a friend of mine in a search for a possible forgotten cemetery in the town of Fulton.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority has done all it can to ban a controversial ad that critics argue could be misinterpreted as a call to violence against Jews.
American journalism has hardly been a pillar of courage in standing up to Islamic extremism. Only a handful of newspapers reprinted the Charlie Hebdo cartoons.
A new TV series on Henry VIII and his court is breathtaking in respect to both its quality and its historical revisionism.
American news media should extend respect and restraint toward Islam in the same degree as they would any other religious tradition.
Scott Walker’s committee can accept unlimited donations so long as he is neither a declared candidate nor “testing the waters” of a 2016 presidential bid.
Bravo to the Native American actors who left the set of an Adam Sandler movie after they were offended by the film's portrayal of their culture.
The drug-testing idea is being touted by the Walker administration as a way to see people get treatment and make sure they are employable.
A new analysis suggests a newspaper reporter has the worst job in America. I'm not buying it.
With perhaps the entire MIlwaukee Brewers season quickly heading south, I turned to our former Peace & Glove blogger for insight.