Lynn is executive editor of WORLD Magazine and producer/host of the true crime podcast Lawless. She is the New York Times best-selling author or co-author of a dozen nonfiction books, including Same Kind of Different As Me and Indianapolis. Lynn lives in the mountains east of San Diego, Calif.
Historically, bad weather hurts Democratic chances while enhancing prospects for Republicans
In weighing in on California's Proposition 8, voices from San Diego's gay mecca are hardly of one mind on the measure
Lynn Vincent, Alisa Harris | Small businesses of America are no small part of the U.S. economy, and on their survival may hang the country's financial comeback
Lynn Vincent | Chief justice can be "tough as a three-dollar steak"
Lynn Vincent | When it comes to judicial philosophy, McCain and Obama could not be further apart
The heated battle over marriage in California has resulted in vandalism and even death threats
Are Americans ready for women registering for the military draft and being assigned close-combat roles?
Lynn Vincent | In the first weeks of a new term, the high court meditates on bad words, Gnostic gambits, dolphin rights, and compulsory union payments
Lynn Vincent | Gulf Coast storm survivors have a different idea of devastation since Hurricane Katrina
Lynn Vincent | It can bring professional havoc to social workers and students stifled by leftist academics and identity politics