Sally Quinn
Sally Quinn
On Faith

Washington Post journalist and author of several books, Quinn is founder and (with Jon Meacham) co-moderator of On Faith.

Latest by Sally Quinn

He was behaving differently. He had lost something. I was the only one who noticed.

His widow, Sally Quinn, recalls the struggles of Washington Post legend Ben Bradlee’s final years.

At 90, Alice Roosevelt Longworth didn’t care who she offended in this mean, funny 1974 interview

“Mrs. Longworth is honest. ‘That,’ she says, ‘infuriates people.’”

Does Ben Carson believe God wants him to win the White House?

Carson, on his campaign: “Up until this point it’s been a force greater than myself. And no one can really explain what’s happened here.“

Why Carson believes Muslims need to decide between their faith and the Constitution — and Christians don’t

Carson: “Fortunately it’s not a problem for us, because the people who put the Constitution together believed in the Christian faith.“