We say: Obama's eight years as president will be a major chapter in presidential history. Despite the opposition he faced, his record over two terms is impressive.
The political and moral stands of Joan Baez have their origins in Baghdad. Her father taught physics for a year at the University of Baghdad.
As contingent faculty piece together uncertain careers, some of their organizing efforts have met with success, while other schools resist on religious liberty grounds.
Editorial: The opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture justifies hope that our better angels will ultimately prevail.
Georgetown University released Sept. 12 a report examining Catholic perceptions of Islam and how these views may have been influenced by Catholic news outlets.
As tensions boiled over following a string of killings of black men, the lingering pain of racism in America has once again been brought to the forefront.
"The heat and blast from the bomb was so intense that it was if the sun had exploded," recalled Hiroshima survivor Toshiyuki Mimaki.
Part 1 of 2: NCR's Michael Sean Winters and E.J. Dionne, columnist for The Washington Post, discuss presidential politics.
Atheists, agnostics, humanists and other so-called religious nones are converging June 4 for the Reason Rally, which aims to be "the biggest gathering of nonreligious people in history."
In response to suggestions made by some Republican presidential candidates in the wake of the terror attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, California, that the United States refuse entry to Muslim refugees or that U.S. mosques be surveillance targets, several religious leaders have rejected the idea.