Her phone is now a miserable metronome, ticking out the rhythm of the pandemic ever more rapidly as Arizona’s cases climb.
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That’s certainly what Trump believes. The Chinese, he tweeted, “are desperate to have Sleepy Joe Biden win the presidential ...
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Luxury fashion’s love of hierarchies has never been subtle. Telling people what they should look like often also requires ...
The pandemic is out of control, the economy is in the toilet, and the weather is unpleasant, but at least the schadenfreude ...
So it is unsurprising that two major fan sites, The Leaky Cauldron and MuggleNet, have distanced themselves from the books’ ...
The president rode to power by exploiting racial grievance—and now the backlash against his inflammatory acts may doom his ...
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In the weeks since George Floyd’s death, Philip Pinckney has been inundated with messages from white evangelical pastors who ...
More than 40 percent of all coronavirus deaths in America have been in nursing homes. Here’s how it got so bad, and why there ...
You’re reading The Atlantic’s free coronavirus coverage. Early on in the pandemic, it seemed as if kids were spared the worst ...