The life of a liberal Muslim.
A group of Arab immigrants in Brooklyn has a new motivation for passing the U.S. citizenship test: fear of mass deportation.
The horrific attack on a gay nightclub is an outgrowth of the religion's tortured approach to sexuality.
As Monday's Orlando speech showed, a teleprompter doesn't make Trump any less odious, or any more reasonable.
How a North Dakota prairie became the home of America’s first mosque.
The former Islamic radical says dialogue can defeat extremism. But he doesn’t practice what he preaches.
A year after the 'Charlie Hebdo' attacks, it would appear that France’s strict secularism has only exacerbated religious and racial tensions.
Republicans should be desperate for a more wide-ranging exchange that goes beyond xenophobia and Islamophobia.
The left nailed the pathology of the conservative movement years ago. The Donald is just making that impossible to deny.
When the killer is a Christian, it seems, the rules are different.
He has unwittingly outflanked the Republican front-runner—on the right.
Republicans say they call it as they see it—until the tables are turned on them.
On refusing to equate sexual pleasure with freedom.
The French satirical magazine refuses to evolve, using a stale artistic strategy from the 1960s
The defense of free expression should become stronger in the face of violent threats, not weaker
What The Atlantic got wrong about ISIS