This week, New Yorkers watched in horror as their beloved architectural gem transitioned into a gigantic distress signal engulfing the skyline as new cases of coronavirus exploded. This time the authorities may have gone too far.
As the Covid-19 pandemic rages on, Germany has shut its borders – but asylum seekers are still being accepted, even if they may have moved through the worst-affected countries. Is that the right signal to a locked-down populace?
A palpable dread has gripped the entire planet as its wired denizens are given a non-stop drip of information on the coronavirus, to the point where there seems to be some truth in the adage ‘ignorance is bliss’.
Nobody in their right mind would wish for a global pandemic. Yet, such wisdom may seem less obvious in an election year as the Democrats look prepared to use the coronavirus as a weapon in their quest to unseat Trump.
The former vice president continues his winning streak, knocking Bernie Sanders almost straight out of the ring in Tuesday’s primaries. Yet the nagging question remains: what happens the next time Biden opens his mouth?
The Democrats have promoted a long list of pretenders to the throne, like Beto, Buttigieg and Bloomberg, only to watch each one flame out spectacularly. Has all the empty hype been mere dress rehearsal for the main attraction?
The WikiLeaks co-founder, wanted in the US for ‘endangering national security,’ now faces extradition to America as the Democrats and Republicans are prepared to use him as an expendable pawn in their never-ending partisan feud.
In an effort to quash any ‘implicit biases’ that may be lurking inside of the Western workplace, researchers are busy as beavers creating smart devices to ‘ensure equality’ across the board. What could possibly go wrong?
The results from the New Hampshire primary provided the best evidence that the Democratic presidential race will come down to a contest between Sanders and Buttigieg. Or will media mogul Michael Bloomberg steal the show?