The Spectator broadcast editor on navigating her Chinese and British identities, adding nuance to the conversation, and the UK's blind spots.
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Former president insists he is working on a ‘much more important project’
The former president insists he has offers from two of the “most prestigious publishing houses.” None of the major five said they extended one.
The first story about COVID out of Bitcoin 2021 needed significantly more reporting than it had, and unfortunately, it drove copy-paste follow-ons instead.
Oprah Winfrey's next book club pick is a debut novel set in Georgia at the end of the Civil War: Nathan Harris' “The Sweetness of Water.” “One of my great joys is finding a new author whose work I can share and support,” Winfrey said Tuesday in a statement. “I was captivated by the work of Nathan Harris and look forward to discussing this debut novel with all of his new readers.”
Conversations about Blackface, when white people darken their skin to perform exaggerated versions of nonwhite characters, often centers on the historical when it comes to the media’s role in perpetuating the racist act. In some cases, historical means the minstrels of 19th century theater, silent films, or the more recent history of satire like Robert […]
In December 1991, about 20 days before the Soviet Union formally disintegrated, my family landed in San Francisco as religious refugees fleeing persecution. This is the point in my tale where it might make the most sense to insert my own story of living out a wildly unbelievable version of the American dream — especially for a refugee.
Take a detailed look at each hole for this year's U.S. Open at Torrey Pines South, courtesy of Puttview.
Building a business is hard. Building a business that can stand the test of time, on the other hand, is a rare accomplishment that most entrepreneurs will never experience. Although survival rates...
Today, venture firm Andreessen Horowitz is officially launching its media property, called Future. The publication will initially focus on topics related to areas that the firm invests in but will expand over time using a mix of full-time staff, paid contributors and industry operators like founders, academics and entrepreneurs. The Future.com that is launching today is an MVP version (on a subdomain initially) of what the firm hopes the publication will be eventually, says Margit Wennmachers, Operating Partner, Marketing and Future at Andreessen Horowitz.
Reading diverse books can help young adults understand conversations around race better. Klaus Vedfelt/DigitalVisionWith a national debate raging about how – or even if – teachers should discuss race in their classrooms, many educators may find themselves uncertain about how to navigate the subject of race. Parents may also find it difficult to broach topics of race in conversations with their teens. As a former junior high teacher and current teacher educator, I have found that literature can d
Oprah Winfrey announces "The Sweetness Of Water" as her latest book club selection. Author Nathan Harris joins Tony Dokoupil to discuss the honor.
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Andy Slavitt writes that White House Covid taskforce coordinator told him ‘I hope the election turns out a certain way’, CNN reports Dr Deborah Birx in Washington DC in May 2020. Photograph: Leah Millis/Reuters Dr Deborah Birx, then the White House coronavirus taskforce coordinator, hinted to an Obama-era official shortly before the 2020 election she wanted Donald Trump to lose to Joe Biden. Andy Slavitt, a former acting chief of the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services, writes in a new bo
Jon Stewart seemed to endorse the coronavirus lab-leak theory during an appearance on 'The Late Show' with Stephen Colbert.
Andy Slavitt, former White House senior adviser for COVID-19 response under the Biden administration, discusses his new book “Preventable," and the investigation into COVID's origins.
RapidEyeIn a video released in early June, just days after his firing from the Bellevue Marshal’s Office, former Idaho police officer Nate Silvester—who got internet famous in April with a viral TikTok mocking LeBron James’ tweet calling for accountability for the cop who killed 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant — stated that the teen girl’s “death was tragic but it was also justified.” He also chastised his critics’ “radical woke ideologies,” and issued a declaration, or perhaps a warning, that “becau
New book by Clark Collis will feature interviews with Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, plus an array of ephemera
It’s another one of those nights. You and your friends have had a few glasses of wine and the resident astrologer of the group starts...