‘Epic Failure of Humanity’: Global Displaced Population Hits All-Time High
The Delta variant is serious. Here’s why it’s on the rise. and The Perils Of Covid Complacency.
Former WH adviser Fiona Hill considered pulling a fire alarm during Helsinki Summit—to shut Trump up.
The Political, Legal, and Moral Minefield That Trump Left for Merrick Garland and Cleaning Up After Him.
In 2020, 881 active Secret Service employees were diagnosed with COVID-19.
Why Has Local News Collapsed? Blame Readers. Despite all the impassioned pleas to salvage local news coverage, the reality is there’s a demand-side problem.
How Some Americans Are Breaking Out of Political Echo Chambers.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Prison Heat and PACE, a program meant to pay for environmentally-friendly home renovations.
When Undoing Is Not Enough — Repairing Harms Inflicted on Immigrant Children.
How the world ran out of everything.
Juneteenth/Critical Race Theory
Critical Race Theory is the New Boogeyeman.
Why do people hate Cathode Ray Tubes so much?
Cartoon: Attack of the critical race theory and Cartoon: History for white people.
How New York’s capital city splintered along racial lines and Black elders in the Capital Region sit down with a young journalist of color to share their stories, experiences, and reflections on being Black in America.
The sad story of southern slave owners, as told in 8th-grade history books
Tulsa isn’t the only race massacre you were never taught in school. Here are others.
Juneteenth is symbolic. Don’t confuse it with racial justice.
GOPUSA Eagle: A Federal Holiday Isn’t Enough; Mayors Commit To Reparations.
Per Newsmax – Sen. Cotton: Juneteenth ‘Fitting Addition to Our National Holidays’ So Let’s Celebrate Momentum of a Growing Racial Justice Movement.
Staying up too late? Welcome to revenge bedtime procrastination. People are so desperate for time to call their own — even if it comes at 2 a.m. — they’re exhausting themselves. (I’ve done this in 2021. Not recommended.)
What is the only cardinal number whose letters are in alphabetical order in English?
I was at my local comic book store recently and I saw copies of the Smilin’ Ed collection pictured, by Raoul Vezina and Tom Skulan. Diamond Distribution is now carrying the book, so you can buy it from a source other than Amazon. Guess which duck has the last word in the book?
A piece about Don Rittner, who, among other things, worked on an environmental cartoon with Raoul.
Fire tore through historian John Wolcott’s documents, maps. I’ve known John and Linda Becker for years.
Slipping of the Mother Tongue: When Languages Go Extinct.
Jeopardy!’s Apology for an ‘Outdated, Offensive and Inaccurate’ Clue.
The Beatles: Get Back — An Exclusive Deep Dive Into Peter Jackson’s Revelatory New Movie.
I absolutely adored Spock. Loving Dad was much more complicated.
Theater needs comedy, Ken Levine says. But I think it’s a bit more complicated than that.
On Ned Beatty and HEAR MY SONG
Frank Bonner, WKRP in Cincinnati’s Herb Tarlek Dies at 79.
Danish Road Safety Council: Helmet has always been a good idea.
Now I Know: Who is Q (James Bond Version)? and Why You Probably Prefer European Chocolate and The Man Who Jetted to Millions and When The Faucets Ran Red and When I Learned A Lot About Doughnuts and When Multiple Streams Can Be Taxing.
The New Classics – virtual Broadway and Broadway’s back.
Coverville 1361: Cover Stories for Cole Porter and Tony Levin.
Club 27 – MonaLisa Twins.
An American Symphony by Michael Kamen, from the score to the film Mr. Holland’s Opus.
See You in September by several different artists.
The Way We Were – Aubrey Logan.