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The long, complicated battle to fund healthcare for 9/11 first responders may soon be nearing an end
Former cult leader and convicted murderer Jacques Robidoux says he experienced a transformation in prison, and now he wants others to avoid the crooked path he trod
As the internet fuels extremism, American Jews are increasingly becoming targets of an ancient hatred
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Racism as we knew it is gone: But government preferences over the years created a new kind of antagonism-based not upon race but instead upon class.
So much of our national conversation about race is the droning kind that puts most people to sleep. "Platitudes, three for five bucks," ...
A Dutch privateer sails into Chesapeake Bay, seeking supplies. Its English pilot, Marmaduke Raynor, helps broker the deal with J...
Rising to the challenge: How economic change and cultural renewal-amid personal pain and travail-brought a race-riven nation together
It began with "I'm sorry": Born in slavery-and, sadly, partially supportive of it- the Southern Baptist Convention comes to terms with its past with a sincere act of contrition
Racial hatred remains: Racism is not about ignorance; it is about sin, the same one that started in the Garden with the first parents of our (human) race.
Looking to God, not government: The state could and did root out systemic racism, but conquering our nation's racism of the heart required a solution far beyond the reach of any government
The Truth, Logic, and Courage Medal: A lonely soldier who fought a losing battle in America's Civil War II, a war of ideas, now hopes it's not too late to extinguish the racial fires
Beyond race, toward a new America: This nation has come to terms with its past, and become a truly multiracial, multiethnic melting pot, brimming with optimism, wealth, and opportunity
When I read your article on stem-cell research, I got really upset. It's hard to believe that our country could stoop so low. - Jonathan Snyder, Titusville, Pa.