Dr. Irwin Redlener speaks with Harry Siegel about Biden’s messaging mistakes, Trump’s terrible anti-science legacy, and much more.
Harry Siegel is a senior editor at The Daily Beast. In his spare time, he writes a weekly column for the New York Daily News, co-hosts the FAQ NYC podcast headquartered at the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at NYU Silver School of Social Work, where he's a visiting fellow, and teaches at the New School's Journalism + Design program.
Landslide offers some juicy gossip about the death rattle of a bizarre presidency, almost all of it attributed to anonymous sources.
The former Republican was announced as the winner on Tuesday evening.
The former cop was ready to call himself New York’s next mayor, but a new ranked choice system means the counting will take weeks and almost nothing is certain.
If the polls hold, we’ve got another character coming to the mayor’s office in former cop, Republican, and Louis Farrakhan admirer and current vegan Eric Adams.
Dr. Larry Brilliant spoke with Harry Siegel about why it’s too late to hope for herd immunity despite the “magic” of vaccines, and much more.
For all of its excesses and omissions, his memoir is a reminder of what a sane, competent president can sound like, and what his administration can do.