Until last week, I had never heard of “aspies.”
WASHINGTON -- To paraphrase Roger Miller -- and, indeed, to reveal my vast store of musical trivia -- America swings like a pendulum do.
I have always called the Southeast home. I grew up in the shadows of the mountains of East Tennessee and stayed because of their amazing beauty.
I'm tickled pink to report that the Avondale bus stop isn't going anywhere.
WASHINGTON — In an older, gentrifying, suburban Virginia neighborhood — the kind with porch flags and pumpkins on the front steps — I am welcomed at an indistinguishable door to an exceptional little community called L'Arche.
Walker County, Ga., authorities are still chasing down the saboteurs who dumped tacks and oil on the Ironman Chattanooga race course last month.
Reduced to a six-digit number, kept in squalid conditions, and faced with the possibility of execution, Viktor Frankl endured imprisonment in a concentration camp of the hate-driven Nazis.
AMMAN, Jordan — Jalal al-Gaood, one of the tribal leaders the U.S. has been cultivating in hopes of rolling back extremists in Iraq, grimly describes how his hometown in Anbar province was forced to surrender last week to fighters from the Islamic State.
American parents are stirring. You can feel public opinion beginning to turn on decades of soft parenting.
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