Author and Humanities Washington speaker Clyde W. Ford on the troubling foundations of American prosperity.
After suffering a traumatic brain injury, Lori Tsugawa Whaley credits the ancient bushido code for much of her recovery. Now she’s showing others how it can change their lives.
“It’s good to laugh, it’s good to laugh at ourselves and what we take as gospel or what we take as truth, because it happens so much and so often.”
From beavers to roadways, the author of “Eager: The Surprising Secret Life of Beavers and Why They Matter” finds fascination in things that alter the natural world.
An interview with “The Cassandra” author Sharma Shields.
Author Sonora Jha on the tension between fiction and journalism. “I was able to use the skills I had as a journalist — deep questioning, listening, curiosity — and apply them in gathering pieces of the story.”
In many cases decided by the US Supreme Court, argues professor Timothy Golden, there is a “profound difference between what is legal and what is just.”
What can theater teach us about our everyday performances?
Can a tech-savvy state find a tech-savvy solution to human trafficking?
Sports can teach kids teamwork, trust, and courage. They can also encourage bullying, physical and psychological harm, and even abuse. What’s a parent to do?