Payal Raj is stuck in India and might have to wait a year to get home to her 9-year-old in Tennessee.
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.
“They let him out. What the hell is wrong with the system?”
The South Dakota governor had gotten her first vaccine shot, but wasn’t fully protected when she joined her fellow anti-masker.
With COVID-19, we have shown we are able to summon all our reserves to address a public health emergency, says Dr. Comilla Sasson. So why do we do nothing about gun violence?
A teenager officially deemed dangerous was able to obtain two rifles, at least one an assault weapon. And eight law-abiding citizens were forever deprived of their right to life.
“I can’t breathe, I feel awful. This is the worst thing I’ve ever been through,” read one of her last texts.
Sheriff Earle Brown’s membership wasn’t enough to stop Brooklyn Center from dedicating buildings and festivals to him—and his name is still all over the town.
COVID is hammering Michigan’s “Thumb.” So why is Rep. Lisa McClain obsessing about “alien children” 2,000 miles away?
Greg Abbott, silent over abuse reports in the Trump era, demanded a facility be shut down over unsubstantiated rumors. Then he went inside—and was greeted by a standing ovation.
“Some of these X-rays, with an untrained eye you wouldn’t know there’s a lung that exists in there.”