“Now is the time for businesses, hospitals, communities, and schools to be preparing,” a top U.S. health official said.
The president called Weinstein’s conviction a “great victory”—then quickly pivoted to attacking Democrats’ ties to the disgraced movie mogul.
Thousands of fans. Incredible costumes. And a chance for the people who loved the spectacular—and spectacularly polarizing—player to tell his story their way.
After chaos abroad helped send stocks into turmoil, the number of infections in the United States shot up too. So did ugly rumors on social media.
“This is not enough but survivors take courage! This is still a great win!” tweeted Rosie Perez, who testified in support of actress Annabella Sciorra’s rape allegations.
People often change—marriages rarely do. There is an economic story here, one that is very familiar to me personally.
Until recently, it was dubious whether cities or states could allow anti-gay discrimination. In considering its latest case, the Supreme Court may conclude that they must allow it.