The daily roller coaster of rights tenuously sustained or completely undermined is dizzying.
It is an ostrich point of view not wholly unfamiliar in America: by refusing to look at the rest of the globe, one forestalls seeing oneself.
The deeper you look into other souls—and writing is primarily an exercise in doing just that—the clearer people’s inherent dignity becomes.
It is not helpful when the complexity of the decision is belittled.
It often seems as if those who are most exuberant experience despair in proportion to their joy.
The author returns to Romania, whence his grandparents fled pogroms and poverty.
Andrew Solomon looks at Honey Maid's new radical ad campaign and how the company responded to the negative reactions it sparked.
The father of the Sandy Hook killer searches for answers.
The story coming out of D.C. is of a man at war with himself and with the world around him, and unfortunately that latter war carried the day.