Distinctly Catholic: With Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. John Kasich now conceding the obvious, the Republican nominating process enters a different kind of weird space
Column: A former student now serves as a seasoned staff attorney in Washington for the Children's Advocacy Institute.
Advocates April 29 hit the capitol steps in Kansas to protest bills requiring students in public educational institutions to use bathrooms according to birth identity.
Commentary: Buoyed by technological advances, the U.S. military is about to take a giant step forward in fighting wars without directly endangering American soldiers.
Gay students, supporters and alumni at Wheaton College told the administration they are "stunned" the college has not condemned the sexual abuse of boys that alumni House Speaker Dennis Hastert.
Bills introduced in the New York State Legislature this session would allow terminally ill patients to request a lethal dose of drugs from two physicians.
Distinctly Catholic: It is not only important that you win the election in November. It is vital that you do so in such a way that you can govern effectively.
Faith and Justice: If the Vatican with a clear conscience can invite speakers holding views contrary to church teaching, why can't Catholic colleges?
The Speaker of the House apologized at the Jesuit university Wednesday for previously referring to recipients of government benefits as "takers and makers."
NCR Today: Universities are about politics as much as they are education.