This year is the 100th anniversary of the First World War. At this point in the year, April of 1914, no one thought there would be a war. But war began by the end of July. It came as an enormous shock, in retrospect almost like the Titanic hitting an iceberg. In the end, it shattered Europe, cost tens of millions of lives, bankrupted countries, and changed forever those who survived the horrors.Read More
Newt and Callista join Wolf Blitzer on the CNN special Popes and Presidents to discuss the unique relationship between Pope John Paul II and President Ronald Reagan and the impact their relationship had on the fight to end communism in Eastern Europe.Read More
Easter is the most important day of the year for Christians.
Christians believe Christ was crucified, died, and was buried. Christians believe Christ endured the agonies of our sins to take upon himself the burdens of every human. Christians believe on the third day he rose from the dead. Easter is a good occassion to think about it.Read More
Imagine yourself for a moment in the shoes of an officer in the Ukrainian military. You might have served alongside American troops in Iraq–a war in which your country had no direct interest but in which 51 of your fellow Ukrainians were killed or wounded. Or you might have served as part of the NATO forces in Afghanistan.Read More