Government at all levels will need to step up in this complex disaster environment.
Not seeing is not believing.
When Hong Kong was handed over to mainland China in 1997, I didnt have much hope for the freedoms its citizens have previously had to survive the transition.
Liability protection is a recipe for disaster.
The platform should show that its standards actually mean something.
We did not think we would miss the little things.
Trump is prioritizing the creation of an illusion of normalcy over actually getting it done.
We pay a terrible price for lack of self-discipline.
Summer programs whether in person, remote or a hybrid could allow officials to develop plans based on experience, not hypotheticals.
The public health and economic crises have given real-world urgency to policies once considered idealistic.
The 2020 gap year should focus on service and work.
The least presidential president.
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Some carry weapons and wear military-style gear to political protests to show a willingness to use force to protect their way of life.
Don't let Republicans escape their own moral culpability for this disaster.
His life quite literally revolves around predictable schedules and recreation, and virtually everything he depended upon was eviscerated overnight.
It depends on what we do.
Andre Leon Talley, Elon Musk, Alison Roman, Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas are amusing us and revealing some deeper truths.
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It worked for Trump once and could work for him again.
Science denial is deadly.
But he's really good at it.
A more evolved understanding of private property will help us feel healthier, freer and more equal long after the current crisis has passed.
Even if they don't know it, they carry the 1960s in their souls.
The Chinese are poised to swamp our markets. We should take it slowly.
Lets express gratitude to those who are risking their lives to protect and sustain others, from overseas bases to the corner grocery.
Remembrance, for sure, yet we also owe a keen awareness of what they fought to defend: this great big experiment we call America.
Who stood tall?
More than a one-quarter of voters cast their ballots by mail in the 2018 election, and that number is likely to increase in the novel coronavirus era.