“As you know, an issue that was in production by recently departed editors and writers, scheduled to appear on newsstands on December 15th, was left unfinished. Despite the incredible work you all are doing, going forward with the issue would run the risk of falling short of this institution’s renowned high standards,” wrote TNR CEO Guy Vidra in a staff memo the day most of his senior employees resigned. The next print issue of the magazine will be published on February 2, giving new editor Gabriel Snyder a little time to settle in to the century-old “vertically integrated digital media company.” … [Read more...] about Won’t Put Out Another Print Issue Until February
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Harsh criticism from Capitol Hill over the administration’s handling of the virus—dubbed by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) as “towering and dangerous incompetence”—prompted panic in the White House early this week that the administration was losing its grip on the narrative. The fear, according to two senior administration officials, was that not only lawmakers but the general public were becoming increasingly wary of the discrepancy between the president’s statements and those of the health officials leading the task force. … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Takes Coronavirus So Seriously He Just Put Mike Pence in Charge
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Fun has been in short supply for many of us, as we've been gripped by worries about how to protect ourselves and our families, how to juggle working from home with home-schooling our children. Even going for a hike feels fraught, as we try to maintain social distancing. If we see someone coming, I scoot my twin eight-year-old sons to the side, reminding them to walk single file, to keep apart by at least six feet. … [Read more...] about The kitchen ritual getting my family and me through the pandemic
In the weeks leading up to Tuesday, March 31, the day that marks how much more women have to work this year to catch up to what men made last year, I was preparing to hop from state to state to share my equal pay story with crowds of students and rallies of advocates. Just as sure as the forsythia shrubs and redbud trees bloom in Alabama every spring, I've made my annual journey across the country this time of year ever since the Supreme Court denied me justice in my pay discrimination case 13 years ago. … [Read more...] about Everything feels different this Equal Pay Day