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The audit that will save your lights.
A possible remedy for liver disease.
Book and music reviews; critical essays on culture
Julia Child, Albert Einstein, and me.
The Tibetan spiritual leader talks with the renowned American Buddhist.
Phony grassroots campaigns are one more reason to be careful of what you sign.
The biggest threat to the Catholic Church could be sexual desire in the priesthood.
A small revolt takes hold in the author's New England hometown.
The high priestess of New Age is healing America one auditorium at a time.
Seven scientists reconcile their belief in God (or lack thereof) with their work.
The Good Book isn't just a list of rules; it's a rich conversation.
PLUS: lost in the (biblical) translation.
The anti-affirmative action crusader confronts the consequences of his own success.
Cover illustration by Nick Dewar
Photograph of Newt Gingrich by Gary Boas/AdMedia/Newscom