Column: Eugene Patterson was a standout in a time when newsroom bravery meant risking your and your family's life.
Rome dispatch: I have learned in Rome that life goes on. However imperfect, the church carries the faithful through their days.
One after another they surface: bemedaled generals coming out of well-pensioned retirements to salute themselves for their military careers of duty-honor-country-valor. They write books, shifting from the martial arts to the literary arts -- aka cashing in.
Commentary: Nothing was tortured more in the making of Kathryn Bigelow's film "Zero Dark Thirty" than the truth about torture.
Commentary: Tougher gun control laws face an uphill climb, but Obama has the ability and clout to make something happen.
Commentary: Several statements in a recent blog post by Michael Sean Winters show some misunderstandings about the relationship between the church and reforms of Vatican II.
Commentary: Decorating for Christmas brings light into the dark world of uncertainty, so why not start early this holiday season?
Commentary: An AIDS-free world is an ambition goal, but it's an attainable one. Here's how we can help.
Commentary: The Asian bishops will make history when they meet next month, but odds are, no one will know anything about it.
Commentary: Government money to end domestic and global poverty, hunger, homelessness, inadequate education and inadequate health care would put the world on the path to safety and security.