There are a number of reasons it’s time to cut Bristol Palin some slack. There are also some valuable lessons the rest of us could learn from her.
A new book, ‘The Art of Waiting: On Fertility, Medicine, and Motherhood,’ tackles and important and often ignored topic—but needlessly hops up on a political soapbox.
Bridget Jones is a superior rom-com heroine in a genre that has cratered. Like I did, you are likely to enjoy ‘Bridget Jones’ Baby.’
If anything, the Olympics resembles the distasteful politics of the United Nations more than it does the triumph of the brotherhood of man.
A cross between a pep rally for G-d and a big group hug for Jews and the nation of Israel, Christians United for Israel’s annual conference is an uplifting, yet sobering event.
Conservatives are a minority group on campus, and new networks are arising to support them.
Erin Callan Montella leaned too far into her professional life as a Lehman Brothers CFO. But she found her way back.
Given that Hillary could be our next president, I feel compelled to offer an alternative view to women who are seeking their male complement.
We don’t let 14-year-olds drive, buy cigarettes, or vote, so why should these girls make decisions about pregnancy without parental guidance?
Even the hard-bitten Alicia Florrick acknowledges that prioritizing one’s own children is a worthwhile act of love, not a mistake.
Chicago White Sox player Adam LaRoche is walking away from the $13 million remaining on his contract rather than reduce the time he spends with his son.
In many cases, Bernie Sanders may actually be a rational (progressive voter’s) choice.
As culture continues to make fun of men and fathers, a growing posse of men are beginning to set higher expectations for themselves.
Women do not have to both parent and work alone to deserve respect, even if ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ ‘How to Be Single,’ and other depictions seem to hold up that distressing ideal.
Chris Christie is famous for being blunt. So why did he shy away from the truth about equal pay for working women?
‘Quantico,’ a TV show 11 million people watch, reflects rather than refines growing anti-Semitism.
In ‘Married At First Sight,’ millennial reality show participants who agree to arranged marriages are as burned by their parents’ divorces as everyone else.
If you’re ready for some new Hanukkah tunes, here are some to add to the rotation.
The Federalist sent an emissary to Thursday’s Republican Jewish Coalition event, which featured all the GOP candidates for president save one.
Amy Schumer was recently praised for the boring cliché of posing naked.
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