Sri Lanka Explosions Target Churches and Hotels, Killing More Than 200
Blasts were reported at three churches and three hotels on Easter Sunday. No one has claimed responsibility, but the nation's defense minister says the attacks were the work of religious extremists.
Week In The News: Reading The Mueller Report, Yemen, Asylum-Seekers, More
The Mueller report — a day later. What we’ve learned from the newly released and redacted version and what it means. And, all the rest of the week’s news.
'That Means I'm Not A Good Muslim?' Islam In Today's World With 'Ramy'
We talk to Ramy Youssef about his new Hulu comedy series that deals with living life as a faithful Muslim in today’s America.
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Presidential Power And The Obligations Of Faithfulness
In our system where presidential powers are vague and evolving, norms provide a pivotal set of constraints to presidential...
Alone, Late At Night, With Notre Dame
The foreignness of Paris rebuffed me but the cathedral gave me pockets of quiet comfort, writes Sarah Ruth Bates.
Are Non-Jews Who Host A Seder Sharing Jewish Culture Or Hijacking It?
Many Seders this week will be held by Christians, writes Rich Barlow. Sharing customs, if done properly, might promote some...
William Barr’s Cover-Up
There's only one question that matters at this point: whether enough Americans are fed up with this president, and ready...
Ah, To Be Old, Male And Single | With Natasha Lyonne
When it comes to dating, Amy Cohen says this: "We all need to be reincarnated as an older Jewish man with an apartment on the Upper East Side.” Natasha Lyonne...
Comfort, If Not A Cure | With Nazanin Boniadi
How much can you give of yourself before it’s too much? And what do you do when you reach your limit? Nazanin Boniadi ("Hotel Mumbai") reads Tara Ebrahimi's essay.