May 26, 2021 Archive May 2021

John Cena's apology to China for calling Taiwan a country blasted as "pathetic"

Manhattan's district attorney convenes grand jury in Trump investigation: report

Don Jr. melts down reports detailing Biden's exercise routine: "Think that would happen with Trump?"

"They got the mother lode": Former federal prosecutor says grand jury has "everything" on Trump

How lunar eclipses altered the course of history

Tony Blinken talks about a "rules-based order" — does he mean the U.S. gets to make the rules?

Global warming is boiling our testicles, suggesting a new animal fertility crisis looms

Right-wingers keep trying to boycott products they hate — and keep failing

Pharma giant AbbVie funds ads attacking prescription drug bill — after hiking prices up to 470%

Historian wonders: Is Joe Biden "a speed bump on the fascists' march to power"?

Maddow demands to know why attorney general is "trying to paper over what Barr did to protect Trump"

Anti-vaccine movements shift their target to the vaccinated

Unknown number of farmers' markets expected to permanently close due to pandemic hardships

WHO chief decries "scandalous" vaccine inequality where rich nations control "fate of the world"

Stark racial disparities persist in vaccinations, state-level CDC data shows

Trump, accountability and why Biden's DOJ is protecting Bill Barr

7 simple cooking tips for your eco-friendliest kitchen

These TikTok famous eggs are even better with a Spanish twist

Trump lashes out after reports of a grand jury leak

Ignore GOP condemnations of Marjorie Taylor Greene — it's all a part of the troll

Texas House Democrats run out the clock in effort to sink GOP bills

Elizabeth Warren and Jamie Dimon face off in heated Senate hearing

Asian Americans need more than just Hollywood representation to address anti-Asian racism

Simone Biles should be praised, not punished for achieving a feat that was deemed impossible

Former White House counsel Don McGahn agrees to testify in Trump, Russia investigation hearing

The slow, punishing arc of “The Handmaid’s Tale” mirrors our struggle for reproductive rights