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November 22, 2023 5:32 am

Why Jacqueline Kennedy Dreaded Going to Dallas

Remembering the first lady on the sixtieth anniversary of a day of national and personal tragedy.
Paul Brandus
October 10, 2023 5:32 am

Seeking the Faces of the Dead

Children, parents, grandparents murdered in Israel—their stories must be told.
Cathy Young
August 7, 2023 7:55 pm

William Friedkin, 1935–2023

The career ups and downs of the director of ‘The French Connection’—plus, what people *still* get wrong about ‘The Exorcist.’
Bill Ryan
June 30, 2023 3:46 pm

Alan Arkin, 1934–2023

A funnyman whose dramatic range turned out to be limitless.
Bill Ryan
May 26, 2023 5:31 am

This Memorial Day, Remember with Me

Some of the friends from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq whose stories I work not to forget.
Will Selber
May 22, 2023 5:30 am

Martin Amis, 1949–2023

A craftsman whose abhorrence of cliché helped create greatness.
Bill Ryan
February 22, 2023 5:30 am

Jimmy Carter’s Legacy

He sometimes let self-righteous moralizing get in the way of morality.
Mona Charen
February 20, 2023 5:30 am

Elena Bonner at 100

The late Soviet dissident was, with her husband Andrei Sakharov, a courageous fighter for liberalism. But what is her legacy…
Cathy Young
October 25, 2022 2:57 pm

Remembering Ashton Carter

He devoted his life—and brilliant intellect—to the defense of the country.
Eric S. Edelman
August 31, 2022 11:50 am

Mikhail Gorbachev, 1931–2022

The last Soviet leader’s record is more complicated than conventional wisdom suggests—but he was ultimately on the side of freedom.
Cathy Young