Five days after Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, its devastating impact is becoming clearer. Most of the U.S. territory currently has no electricity or running water, fewer than 250 of the island’s 1,600 cellphone towers are operational, and damaged ports, roads, and airports are slowing the arrival and transport of aid. Communication has been severely limited and some remote towns are only now being contacted. Jenniffer Gonzalez, the Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico, told the Associated Press that Hurricane Maria has set the island back decades.
Grit plus luck was sufficient to break open the SARS story. I doubt the same will be true for COVID-19.
The pandemic has revealed that higher education was never about education.
QAnon has become a linchpin of far-right media—and the effort to preemptively delegitimize the election.
Where the desperation of late-stage meritocracy is so strong, you can smell it
Totally Under Control delivers a damning—and essential—report card on the White House’s mismanagement of the pandemic.
When it comes to foreign policy, the president’s most important characteristic is not amorality or a lack of curiosity; it is naïveté.
“Our boyfriends, our significant others, and our husbands are supposed to be No. 1. Our worlds are backward.”
People of faith should embody moral and intellectual integrity.
Since 2018, I’ve conducted roughly 50 focus groups with Trump voters to understand the shifting dynamics within the Republican Party.
Four risks to guard against now