It acts like the virus isn’t dangerous, then turns around and sells decontamination stations.
Michael Daly is a special correspondent with The Daily Beast. He was previously a columnist with the New York Daily News and a staff writer with New York magazine. He was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for commentary in 2002 and has received numerous awards. He is the author of Under Ground and The Book of Mychal. His third book, Topsy, was released in 2013.
How Adeline Fagan, who as a girl toted around a toy stethoscope, died on the front line in a pandemic.
Hot on the heels of the superspreading Sturgis rally, South Dakota’s governor has announced an indoor country show. But this time, Sanford Health is joining her as sponsor.
Not only did New York City’s mayor fail to apologize for his second last-minute reopening delay, he seemed to still be imagining himself as a savior rather than a screw-up.
The mere mention of climate science triggers him.
The FDNY is finally stripping the name of the newspaper publisher James Gordon Bennett from its highest honor—and renaming it after a man who embodied true valor.
He threatened Democrats who pushed absentee ballots. Meanwhile, the state GOP is doing the same thing.
A new study finding the rally responsible for a quarter-million new COVID-19 cases was deemed “plausible” by a virologist and epidemiologist who spoke to The Daily Beast.
“This man is pathologically ill. Mentally ill.”
The school is ranked 23rd in college football and No. 1 in recklessness.