The world is shaking. And we feel it. New patterns of living and moving, thinking and speaking. As the COVID-19 global pandemic shuts businesses and schools, recreation areas and churches, we are left with the question: to what will we turn for community, for comfort, for truth? In what new ways will we spend our time? How will we confront our idols? How will we cope?

Conflict between the U.S. and Iran may never reach a stage similar to a traditional war. But risks of both physical and cyber attacks are very real.

President Trump faces a storm – but one that varies by geography and politics – over tweets telling congressional women of color to “go back.”