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How can one get any sleep with a frightening wave of antisemitism sweeping the nation?
Since online chat became a gigantic business and a major time-suck a decade or so ago, the world and its denizens have never been quite the same.
Like the World War II pilots risking their lives to bomb Nazi positions in Europe, we are again fighting for democracy. This time, the theater of operations is the voting booth.
The U.K. has been thrumming with public readings, festivals, concerts, conferences, TV specials and new books about the poet T.S. Eliot and his 100-year-old masterpiece, "The Waste Land," which is newly resonant today.
The markets — and especially tech stocks — are wilting right now, but that doesn’t seem to affect gross national billionaire production. Today’s mega-rich thrive no matter what.
Gentler approaches to unlawful behavior can make a dent in crime rates, but so does hiring more police. The frustrating thing about crime is that there’s no single solution.
A new study by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology found there’s a direct correlation between fast-food restaurants and the prevalence of Trump supporters.
Researching Donald Trump’s alleged transformation of documents from classified to declassified led to another example of shifting something from one state to another — the Philadelphia Experiment involving a US Navy ship during World War II.
In light of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' delivery of nearly 50 Venezuelan migrants by chartered plane to Martha’s Vineyard, it seems only right for the Bay State to return the favor. Here are a few gift ideas for the Sunshine State.