Stephanie Winston Wolkoff’s “Melania and Me” is set for a September 1 release, according to The Daily Beast.
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And it’s a very different nation this time around, Maggie Haberman insisted.
NFL teams have been strong in their commitment to keeping Colin Kaepernick off the field, but the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback continues to expand his influence and voice as a civil rights activist. Walt Disney announced a new deal with Kaepernick’s production company Monday morning, starting with an ESPN documentary on Kaepernick’s life. Former ESPN Jemele Hill will be involved in that project.
But the deal doesn’t stop there.
Early on in the pandemic, it seemed as if kids were spared the worst effects of the coronavirus. But in May, a mysterious illness emerged that affected children and appeared to be linked to the virus. As parents now look to send kids back to school and daycare, how should they think about these risks? What do we now know about this new syndrome?James Hamblin and Katherine Wells are joined on the Social Distance podcast by staff writer Sarah Zhang to discuss.
The renewed spread of coronavirus across the United States—and, in particular, into battleground states—is not doing Donald Trump any favors. That’s appropriate, since Trump’s early refusal to treat the pandemic seriously and his repeated failures since have gotten us to this point. It’s almost like Trump may face a consequence at some point.
It’s all grift all the time in Trump world. And very, very swampy. A Public Citizen analysis has uncovered 40 Trump-connected lobbyists—including five former administration officials—securing more than $10 billion in coronavirus aid from the federal government and says that former administration officials lobbying violates Trump’s own ethics policy. (I know, right? Trump and ethics in the same sentence.
The president has lost support even from his traditional backers: White voters, those without a college degree, and seniors, according to a new Gallup poll.
You are probably of the opinion that 2020 is a terrible year, truly bottom of the barrel, and that it should just pack its things and leave already. It knows you think that, and resents it, but doesn’t know quite what to do about it.
President Trump’s allies in Florida and Texas said they proved a relaxed approach could work. Instead, they showed how vulnerable the U.S. remains to COVID-19.
Virginia continued to demonstrate the critical importance of state houses and governorships with a handful of new, progressive laws passed by the Democratic legislature and signed by a Democratic governor that came into effect July 1. Abortion rights, LGBTQ+ civil rights, the decriminalization of pot, an end to incarcerating juveniles for life—all happened in the state because of Virginia’s 2019 flip of the legislature to Democrats.
Inside San Quentin, we’re just waiting for the virus to find us.
Every weekday evening, our editors guide you through the biggest stories of the day, help you discover new ideas, and surprise you with moments of delight. Subscribe to get this delivered to your inbox.SHUTTERSTOCK / NIH / THE ATLANTICWith confirmed cases again on the rise—this time like never before—Americans can feel justified in their coronavirus angst.
The president “can’t say whether he supports flying a flag associated with treason and supporters of slavery,” reporter Yamiche Alcindor noted.
“My wife and I haven’t made love in over a year. I recently started taking pictures of her on the sly.
It has taken two decades, but I am finally ready to admit that I was the world’s most annoying teenager. My parents are Catholic, and I used to delight in peppering them with trollish questions, preferably several hours into a long car journey. “Why does the Mass service refer to God as ‘he’ and ‘father’?” was a favorite.
Spring is a bloody season on American roads. Yearling black bears blunder over the asphalt in search of their own territories. In the West, herds of deer, elk, and pronghorn scamper across highways as they migrate from winter pastures to summer redoubts.
Washington will have to try to keep things afloat. Again.
I’m getting worried.
KangHee KimThere’s a certain kind of movie that lets you down not because it’s bad, but because it could have been great. One of those movies, for me, is Sliding Doors.
Egyptian authorities have arrested scores of people, including doctors, medical workers, journalists, lawyers and activists, as the country grapples with the coronavirus outbreak. “Unlike nearly every other country in the Middle East, Egypt has not released thousands of prisoners as a precaution against the coronavirus. Instead, it’s arrested more people and cut off communication,” says Democracy Now! correspondent Sharif Abdel Kouddous.
President Trump’s visit to Mount Rushmore comes after months of escalating coronavirus infections in Native communities, but Indigenous scholar and activist Nick Estes says South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, like many of her Republican counterparts across the U.S., has taken a “hallucination-based approach to the COVID-19 pandemic,” and notes she refused to enforce social distancing at this weekend’s event that attracted thousands of people.
Amid ongoing protests against systemic racism and state violence, Trump attacked protesters, vowed to defend statues of colonizers and white supremacists, and ignored Indigenous sovereignty over the area, when he held an Independence Day rally at Mount Rushmore, sparking even more protests that led to 15 arrests.
The pandemic has left Black and Hispanic households much worse off than white families.
Parenting advice on spooky ghost ladies, dangerous dogs, and reporting childhood abuse.
What’s ESG investing, you ask? Environmental, social, and governance investing.
Here’s what happens next in the American city.
Bookings are already up.
They can’t trust the GOP not to sabotage efforts to help Americans, so they’re trying to do something about it.
Senators questioned top Trump public health officials at a Thursday hearing on vaccine pricing.
Federal officials may defer to the National Academy of Medicine.