Quil Lemons Is Breaking the Mold As Vanity Fair’s 2021 Oscars Photographer

split-screen-content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>Quil Lemons Is Breaking the Mold As Vanity Fair’s 2021 Oscars Photographer The 23-year-old opens up about this year’s portrait studio, and why he’s rooting for everyone Black—including himself.  By Savannah Walsh April 25, 2021 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story Save this story for later. By Matt Yoscary. Facebook Twitter Email Save Story Save

COVID a Year In: Where We Are and Where We’re Headed

content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>COVID a Year In: Where We Are and Where We’re HeadedA Harvard epidemiologist answers all your pressing questions. By Emily Jane Fox and Joe Hagan March 12, 2021 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story To revist this article, visit My Profile, then View saved stories. by APU GOMES/AFP/Getty Images. Facebook Twitter Email Save Story

How and When to Watch This Year’s Remaining Awards Contenders

content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>How and When to Watch This Year’s Remaining Awards ContendersOn this week’s Little Gold Men podcast, a look at the movies still to come, a deep dive on Judas and the Black Messiah, and a conversation with Cherry star Tom Holland.  By Vanity Fair February 12, 2021 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story Save

The Coronavirus Vaccine Rollout Has Been an Absolute Mess

content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>The Coronavirus Vaccine Rollout Has Been an Absolute MessAs the pandemic rages, the federal government is failing to rise to the challenge of vaccinating Americans as states are beset by confusion.  By Eric Lutz January 5, 2021 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story To revist this article, visit My Profile, then View saved stories.

COVID is Still Raging Across the Country—And Inside the White House

content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>COVID is Still Raging Across the Country—And Inside the White HouseMark Meadows is reportedly one of at least five Trump aides with active COVID infections—a diagnosis the chief of staff and White House tried to keep a secret until it was disclosed by the media late Friday. By Charlotte Klein November 7, 2020

“National Polls Are Absolutely, Utterly Useless”: Do Donald Trump’s Abysmal Numbers Matter?

content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>“National Polls Are Absolutely, Utterly Useless”: Do Donald Trump’s Abysmal Numbers Matter? Every national poll shows Joe Biden in the lead. Which begs the question: Have we learned nothing from 2016? “With Trump, if there’s one thing I’ve learned about him,” says a strategist, “it’s that you can never, never say he is completely

Media Wrestles With Race and COVID as Campaigning Returns

content-header__row content-header__hed”>Media Wrestles With Race and COVID as Campaigning ReturnsJournalists descended on Tulsa for Trump’s MAGA rally—and to a different world than three months ago. Newsrooms are now figuring out how to safely cover upcoming conventions and address America’s racial reckoning. Too many political reporters, says one, “are not comfortable identifying racism.” By Tom Kludt

Why Trump’s “Warp Speed” Race for a COVID-19 Vaccine Is Dangerous and Likely to Fail

split-screen-content-header__hed”>“You Cannot Do That”: Why Trump’s “Warp Speed” Race for a COVID-19 Vaccine Is Dangerous and Likely to Fail The president is pushing for a vaccine to be available in October. But experts say it can’t be done safely in that time frame. By Jeff Wise May 28, 2020 Facebook Twitter Email Photo from Getty

Massive Corporate Deals Are Making Hospitals’ PPE Shortages Worse

content-header__row content-header__hed”>“The Costco Model on Steroids”: Massive Corporate Deals Are Making Hospitals’ PPE Shortages WorseAmid shortages of PPE to fight coronavirus, some hospitals aren’t taking donations because they’re contractually obligated to exclusive suppliers. “[We’re] like fucking sitting ducks,” said one doctor. “Everything in health care is meant to benefit those who control the system.” By

Trump Predictably Brushes Off Historic Job Losses: “They’ll Be Back Very Soon”

content-header__row content-header__hed”>Trump Predictably Brushes Off Historic Job Losses: “They'll Be Back Very Soon”After months downplaying the public health threat from coronavirus, Trump now suggests millions of jobs lost to the pandemic will quickly return—analysts expect recovery to take years. By Eric Lutz May 8, 2020 Facebook Twitter Email Donald Trump holds a meeting in the

Elon Musk Is Over America’s “Fascist” Shelter-in-Place Orders

content-header__row content-header__hed”>Elon Musk Is Over America’s "Fascist" Shelter-in-Place OrdersThe billionaire Tesla CEO’s “FREE AMERICA NOW!” rant echoes Trump’s call to “LIBERATE” states—even as most Americans support social distancing measures. By Eric Lutz April 30, 2020 Facebook Twitter Email Elon Musk appears at an event in 2019.TOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP via Getty Images Facebook Twitter Email The shelter-in-place

About 3 mn jobs at risk in airline industry: IATA

Even as the global airline industry battles to survive the COVID pandemic, the International Air Transport Association forecast that the crisis would have a potential impact on 3 million jobs in India. The country might see the demand for air travel drop by half in 2020 as compared to 2019, which would bring about a