Is it possible to follow up a school shooting episode with lines from Sonnet 116? You’re damn right it is.
Paula Szuchman is a former managing editor of The Daily Beast. She was previously a front-page editor at The Wall Street Journal, and is the author of It's Not You, It's the Dishes. Follow her on Twitter @paulaszuchman.
No one’s given up on Game of Thrones, so why take offense with the violence in the season premiere of Sons of Anarchy? Come on, writes Paula Szuchman, if you're a fan, you know what happens when bad guys get their hands on guns. (Warning: spoilers abound.)
What have we learned after more than a decade of war in Iraq and Afghanistan? That guns and drones will never be enough to save a country. Ideas from the Hero Summit for rebuilding the world.
On Staten Island, Paula Szuchman talks to the families of the dead—and to the survivors begging for help.
New York’s iconic neighborhood is a disaster zone, as shattered residents try to pick up the pieces—while fighting off looters. Paula Szuchman reports from Sandy’s wake.
Do you know her address or her husband’s name? Does it even matter? Paula Szuchman takes a survey.
What economists can teach you about marriage, sex, and romantic tacos. By Paula Szuchman.
A survivor of the massacre describes the terrifying scene inside the Colorado theater for Paula Szuchman.