Bush's Defining Moment
The President, facing a grief-stricken nation under attack, finds his voice and his mission
Wisdom in a Time of War
What Oswald Chambers and C.S. Lewis teach us about living through the long battle with terrorism
The Agony of the Families
"As aid workers in Afghanistan went from defendants under draconian law to hostages in a war, their loved ones at home also underwent a trial"
"Former Taliban hostages Dayna Curry and Heather Mercer talk about the risks they took, the imprisonment they suffered, and their hopes to return to 'the hardest place on Earth.'"
Q & A: Charles Krauthammer
Syndicated columnist has criticized George W. Bush and Tony Blair for advocating a foreign policy of democratic globalism in the war on terror. Senior news writer Tony Carnes asked Krauthammer to explain his position.
The photos from Abu Ghraib have reopened debate on the power of pictures.
The Evil In Us
Prisoner torture in Iraq exposes the ordinary face of human depravity.
Silence on Suffering
Where are the voices from the Christian community on cruel and degrading treatment of detainees?