An updated documentary about the Jan 6th insurrection from ProPublica, FRONTLINE and Berkeley Journalism’s Investigative Reporting Program tracks the migration of fringe election conspiracies into the mainstream.
Desmond Tutu didn’t just get us to march against something. He got us to march for something, for a better day, for a better world. Tutu “said no” to injustice, and—the critical difference—he “said yes” to goodness.
Stunning and critical information is packed into Liz Cheney’s announcement of the contempt finding on Mark Meadows.
Before the pandemic, Marin County had the lowest vaccination rates in California. Now, more than 90 percent of its adults are protected against COVID-19.
Fiona Hill testified at the first impeachment hearing of the former President. Her opening statement was stunning, blowing up the fiction that Trump and Russia were pushing that the Ukraine had somehow interfered with the 2016 election.
Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann and Giorgio Parisi have been announced as winners of the 2021 Nobel Prize for Physics. The prize is awarded “for groundbreaking contributions to our understanding of complex physical systems.”
Last year, artist Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg created an outdoor installation in Washington comprised of more than 267,000 white flags—one for every person in the United States who had died from COVID-19. This year, she has returned and expanded her work. Now, there are some 650,000 flags placed on the National Mall.
In 2017, Heineken put considerable time and expense into creating a video which while it is a commercial, pointed out the solution that the purveyors of hate seriously dislike: open and direct communication.
Don’t buy the BS that Trump would have done a better job for the Afghans. Olivia Troye, a former White House national security staffer during the Trump administration, makes it perfectly clear that the opposite is true.