Seventy-five years since the end of WWII, U.S. territories and our allies in the Pacific remain a priority for the United States and for President Trump.
Some people refuse to acknowledge unpleasantness, but that is a grave error. Too often, behind the pleasant scenery of an ideological filter is a wretched reality of often horrifying proportions.
Seventy-five years ago, a U.S. Army Air Force B-29, the Enola Gay, dropped an 8,900-pound bomb over the Japanese city of Hiroshima. It was a horror, but it was a moral horror.
Ultimately, the decision to use atomic weapons against Japan hastened the end to World War II, halted further Soviet aggression, and saved millions of lives.
No fictional horror will ever compare to standing in a warship guarding supply convoys during a stormy mid-Atlantic night, hunted by German submarine wolf-packs.
Bestselling author Erik Larson’s new history of the Battle of Britain, ‘The Splendid and the Vile,’ is a mostly splendid account of the Churchill family,
Sen. Josh Hawley has led the charge against the WTO, calling for it to be abolished — but there’s a better way: leave the WTO, but take along like-minded nations willing to play by the rules.
Instead of respecting and worshiping fragility, anxiety, and vulnerability, it is time to reconsider stoicism and fortitude.
Has President Donald Trump, by encouraging governors to close much of the American economy, gone too far? Is the Constitution in jeopardy?
The theologian and author C.S. Lewis identifies three enemies we face during crises such as ours and mental exercises to defend against each.
It’s getting harder to find anything beyond sequels and franchise action films in theaters. Keep an eye out for these 20 under-the-radar releases, including many on streaming services.
President Trump praised Tuskegee Airman and retired Brig. Gen. Charles McGee in his State of the Union Address Tuesday night. McGee served 30 years in the military.
This International Holocaust Remembrance Day, take time to remember the victims, remember the survivors, and remember Carl Lutz, the man responsible for the largest civilian rescue mission of the entire Holocaust.
Through a dark trial of my son’s mental illness, I realized suffering is an embedded feature of our fallen world. But through thanksgiving, earthly suffering is transformed, one broken heart at a time.
Jack Fairweather’s book, ‘The Volunteer,’ tells the amazing true story of a man who volunteered to fight Nazis from inside Auschwitz—and forces all of us to confront our own courage in the face of modern-day horrors.
The first shots of Chinese colonialism are evident as we head to the third decade of this century. One would be foolish not to take note of this historically significant development — and study its actual character.
Director Taika Waititi lures us in with what makes us laugh, then shows us his true brilliance by making us cry.
Don Cherry has never been known for his ability to gracefully articulate himself. Part of his charm has always been his matter-of-fact, rough-around-the-edges delivery — until one comment got him fired.
‘Jojo Rabbit’ turns the decidedly unfunny World War II-era novel ‘Caging Skies’ by Christine Leunens into a zany slapstick farce.
The personal recordings of 15-year-old Renia Spiegel give readers a contemporaneous account, through poetry and prose, of a youth living through the Holocaust, complete with her insecurities, joys, and deepest fears.
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