Alex Dick-Godfrey finds that al Shabaab might have a valid point about occupying forces in Somalia.
Arsalan Iftikhar wonders what the news coverage of the LAX shooting would’ve looked like if the shooter had a non-Western name.
“Political discord in this land had always been marked by blood and pain. The stories were unending, shocking the first time, sad but predictable after that.” By Masha Hamilton
During two separate terrorist attacks over a decade apart, this gay couple was photographed in the midst of it all, serving their country and saving lives.
The months-long hunger strike is taking a devastating toll on prisoners, but an article in the New England Journal of Medicine insists that force-feeding them is assault.
When Mark Carson was gunned down last week in Greenwich Village, Jeff Nishball felt like his home was violated. But he knows he cannot let fear stop him from being himself.
Mike Sacks discusses the attack in Woolwich, London, and extremism with a panel of experts on Islam and the Quran.
Tamar Birckhead reflects on representing the shoe bomber and, now, on helping those who represent the Boston bomb suspect.
What makes someone like Dzhokhar Tsarnaev vulnerable to radicalization? A Muslim American parent of two young men asks a question that strikes close to home.
In the aftermath of the Boston Bombing, Anzor Tsarnaev defends his sons despite everything he has seen and heard.
We have a natural wish to make sense of the unfathomable, but the unfathomable isn’t anything we can understand.
Boston Marathon bombing reminded Whit Honea of a conversation he had with his son after Sandy Hook, and how love overcomes fear
Bettina Goodwin discusses her marital foundation—how her and her husband are able to cultivate constant harmony with one another.
Zachary’s mom killed him because she thought he might be gay. Rob Watson has this message: “I’m sorry.”
Ten years ago, Usher released the best album of his career. It ended up being the last great album the music industry would release. Here’s why we still scream ‘Yeah!’
“From the moment I sat down to write this book, I immediately wanted to do something for the very young sons of our fallen.”
Josh Misner argues that spending one day per week technology-free has reaped immense benefits for both him and his family
Andrew Smiler lists six reasons why we should stop laughing at male victims of violence.
Many of the best songs ever written beg questions that might never be answered.
Douglas Rushkoff is a good guy that wants to help you deal with Now.
We have a lot of voices on GMP. Is yours getting heard?
“I was almost killed by men with shotguns, on a raft, down a river.” Sounds like the start of a blues song to us.
Pete Louison tells passes along sage advice to his twenty-something year old kids who are about to enter the workforce.
The worst case scenario of a poor sex education is not an unhealthy sexual identity. It’s the unplanned birth of a child.
This comment of the day is by ogwriter on the post Skinny Dudes and Big Boys: Stigmatizing Men’s Bodies