osama bin laden
If I had been in a baseball stadium on Sunday night, I would have been chanting "USA!
Seconds after news of Osama bin Laden's death, I logged on to Twitter and watched the 140-character updates roll in.
[Editors' note: This post was written in response to a question posed by The Washington Post's On Faith blog editors: Is it moral to celebrate a person's death, even i
The killing of Osama bin Laden brings partial closure to the long war against al Qaeda.
The mix of relief and grief displayed by crowds in the streets outside the White House and the Capitol building was a human response to the news that U.S.
For more than a decade, Osama bin Laden has been Exhibit A in the contemporary manifestations of the lethal mix of religion a
This morning most Americans are feeling a sense of relief at the news that Osama bin Laden is dead.
On the weekend of Oct. 6, 2001 -- less than one month after 9/11 -- my husband preached a sermon called "Religion Gone Awry." That was not the message he had originally scheduled for that weekend.