Connie Schultz: This column is in response to my fellow Christians who insist they’re not bigots just because they oppose gay marriage equality.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Connie Schultz weighs in on the Confederate Flag controversy and the shooting of 9 people in a church in Charleston, S.C.
Connie Schultz discusses the season with the Cleveland Cavaliers behind the background of political events, including racial unrest and conventions.
Hope: Marcia Grace was the niece of my future husband — I didn’t know that yet — and the youngest granddaughter of his mother, an intimidating woman.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, author of Lean In, is back after clawing her way through the fog of a widow’s grief from losing her husband David Goldberg.
Pulitzer-prize winning columnist Connie Schultz on the march and reaction to the verdict absolving Cleveland police Officer Michael Brelo of wrongdoing.
Gov. Scott Walker and Ohio State Sen. Michael O’Donnell, both sons of pastors, like to mention Jesus when explaining their opposition to helping the poor.
If you’re one of the millions of readers who cherish William Zinsser’s book On Writing Well, then you may feel this week that you’ve lost a dear friend.
For those who love Cleveland — and there are so many of us who do — the rampant speculation of what comes next in the manslaughter trial of Officer Michael Brelo is beginning to take its toll.
As a ’79 graduate of Kent State University, I was eager to watch PBS’ new documentary on the 1970 campus shootings, which killed 4 students and wounded 9.