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Trends & Opinions

History Lessons

America is failing to teach its youngest citizens the vital stories of the birth and growth of our nation. What can we do about the problem of ‘historical illiteracy’? An interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning author David McCullough. ... More

Fiction

In the Picture

Evil lurks just beneath the surface in this new fiction by Richard Rayner. When art gallerist Larry Hogarth finds a painting worth $25,000, he’s sure his financial problems are solved. Little does he know—his problems have only just begun. ... More

Trends & Opinions

Hell Week

In the second decade of America’s war on terror, conventional military methods just aren’t getting it done anymore. Sometimes the answer is drones. But more often, the response is: “Send in the SEALs.” ... More

In The Magazine

Gary Sinise

After rocketing to prominence as the wheelchair-bound Lieutenant Dan in Forrest Gump, the actor suddenly found himself a leading advocate for wounded vets. Nearly 20 years later, his focus on the cause has only grown stronger. ... More