She's an active player here in forcing the issue of the 2020 election results, and therefore forcing herself out of the Republican leadership.
Everything Has Been Terrible — And That Deepens The Good, Transformative Moment Of Getting Vaccinated
The instant, mundane moment you get vaccinated is actually one of the key moments of the century so far, and the celebration of this massive, intersecting community effort.
Because there was no end in sight, the pandemic paused the idea of a future where the tech disruption would end, the economy would level out, and we'd ascend to our final post–social media forms. And some things looked ridiculous inside.
Ten years ago, the Jan. 6 riot couldn’t have happened like it did — our current culture of social media barely existed. On the decade that gave us President Donald Trump.
The Last Time Josh Hawley Told The Story Of An Election That Became A Constitutional Crisis, He Took A Different Tone
"[The Federalists'] change of heart was forced by the realization that to deny the considered choice of the people would itself threaten the Constitution."
In Washington, a mob of Trump supporters rushed into the Capitol. In Delaware, Joe Biden was apologizing.
“President Trump, step up,” the president-elect said.
Folklore and Evermore feel momentous because they are reminders of pre-pandemic life, when good surprises existed.
Five years of Trump reacting, and reacting to Trump.
Trump and Biden, however, have agreed to debate at Belmont University in Nashville on Oct. 22.
The vice presidential debate barely touched on the ongoing chaos of the last two weeks.
Trump attacking Biden’s living son while Biden spoke about his late son was a jarring moment of amorality.
The weird pandemic summer is over. What's the big idea in America this fall?
Here Are The Beautiful, Powerful, And Funny Moments From The State Roll Call Nominating Joe Biden For President
The pandemic drove the Democrats into their own states, resulting in striking scenes and moving speeches that are usually lost in a convention hall.
A lot of people have brought up Richard Nixon this week. Looking back at 1968's election, protests, and violence, it's hard to draw a clean one-to-one.
If you read little details about people, you rightly see how big their lives were and how unfathomably awful the coronavirus pandemic really is.
What five novels from the quarantine lists have to say about living through COVID-19 and the surreal aspects of 2020 — from waiting to isolation to loneliness.
Two businesses — the kinds of wholesalers who provide flowers and plants to florists, event planners, and other outlets — on the financial impact of the pandemic on our complex, interconnected economy.
Quiet nights in the unreal city.
On the national level, this defies comparison. On the individual level, we’re undergoing the same processes of social distancing and self-quarantine — but paradoxically, these experiences will be hyper-individualized.