January 10, 2006
He'd had a secret pal ever since he could remember...
January 9, 2006
At a black church in Philadelphia, Martin Luther King Jr.'s niece joined Jerry Falwell and Rick Santorum to denounce critics of Samuel Alito.
Three visitors win wild-card playoff games. Is this a sign that an NFL era is ending?
A real live preacher weighs in on NBC's "The Book of Daniel" and the unholy outrage from the religious right.
Critics snub "Brokeback," embrace "Capote." Belafonte flings T-word at Bush. Plus: Franken gets frank with Playboy.
The latest Supreme Court nominee has to face a Senate newly emboldened to challenge the imperial Bush presidency. And his paper trail gives senators plenty of ammunition to do it.
I'd like to trust men, but I'm haunted by abandonment.
Who were the women who most profoundly influenced the legendary composer? At the 250th anniversary of his birth, we find out.
Once, I chafed at any hour my husband spent with his mother, somehow viewing it as time stolen from me. Now I realize it's not a competition.
January 8, 2006
In a genre switcheroo, "The L Word" offers fantastical tales of pretentious little girls from outer space, while "Battlestar Galatica" tugs at our heartstrings -- and knocks our fracking socks off!
January 7, 2006
Once despised by a generation of Israelis, Ariel Sharon became a venerated father figure. His passing from the political scene leaves the future of the Middle East in even greater doubt.
January 6, 2006
Think you know the truth about rednecks and rappers? TTers set the record straight this week.
2005: The most predictable, unpredictable NFL season in history (excluding 1920-2002). And now: Playoff predictions!
Cheney ticks off neighbors. Moss wanted by police. Plus: Star Jones describes her "frightening ... erotic interest" in her husband.
To most people, Jack Abramoff's stylish brim says "Godfather." But if you're an observant Jew, it tells a much different story.
Jack Abramoff and his deeply religious right-wing cronies express their "biblical worldview" by swindling Indian tribes and bribing legislators. Verily, mysterious are the ways of the Lord.
A catalog of horrors: Wings falling off, gashed fuselages, and sensationalist bloggers.
Instead of writing poetry, I'm checking out IMDB.
The Farrelly brothers' new comedy, "The Ringer," encourages us to yuk it up at people with mental disabilities. Is that OK?