April 12, 2022 Archive April 2022

Earth's oceans are teeming with mysterious viruses, new study finds

Economist Robert Reich: Despite growing wages, workers are still "being shafted" by corporate greed

Distraught over orders to investigate trans kids’ families, Texas child welfare workers resign

As other countries rebound, falling US life expectancy shows failures of COVID response

COVID's pre-existing condition: Pandemic has been devastating for the poor

Young White House aide was go-between from Giuliani to Trump during coup campaign

Pimps of war: Neocons who fueled 20 years of carnage in the Middle East are back for more

Russian invasion of Ukraine threatens the future of the International Space Station

“The coup attempt is ongoing”: Ex-Trump lawyer John Eastman still trying to overturn 2020 election

Marsha Blackburn mocked on Twitter for claiming "Tennesseans want a wall on our southern border"

Break out of your lunch rut with Ina Garten's ultimate tuna melt

"Unprecedented and dangerous": Florida GOP gives up power to draw new district maps to Ron DeSantis

Oklahoma Republicans ram through most restrictive abortion ban in the nation

NY political scandals keep coming as Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin arrested on federal bribery charges

Cancel culture strikes again: Lee, Cruz want to punish Yale students for protesting Christian group

Republicans follow Putin's playbook: Target LGBTQ rights first

New emails reveal Trump allies’ effort to get DHS to conduct “forensic” probe of voting machines

Tucker Carlson brags that he "skipped" getting the COVID vaccine

Naomi Watts survives "Infinite Storm," a harrowing mountain-climbing tale based on a true story

Alice Walker's "Gathering Blossoms Under Fire" and the rare gift of Black women's published journals

What's the difference between pastrami and corned beef? We asked Katz's deli

The ubiquity of at-home testing could make the next COVID-19 wave "invisible"

GOP-controlled House impeaches Republican attorney general of South Dakota

"The View" host calls out co-host: “You were part of the administration that politicized the virus"

Writer Nava Atlas reflects on the (vegan) return of her cult-classic "Vegetariana" cookbook

Move aside, brisket! 8 seder-ready Passover chicken recipes

Scott Galloway on big tech, doctor's offices and why "free college is a dumb idea"

Omelets are hard to master and more lessons learned from "The Julia Child Challenge"

J.K. Rowling organizes boozy TERF lunch amidst protest and march for transgender rights