Rail, Aloha Stadium and a new prison are taking at least as long as the 40 years it took Moses to lead thousands of his people out of the desert to the Promised Land.
Analysis of insurrectionists’ backgrounds shows it’s not a beautiful day in the neighborhood.
Yes, older people have died at disproportionate rates, but they have also shown remarkable resilience.
Legal challenges over the former president hanging on to his business interests even after he took office started strong but are still unresolved four years later.
Mom became a QAnon follower. What now?
Even the most polite of insurrectionists are having a hard time giving up white dominance.
The nation has been polarized in the past, but somehow found a way to be civil again.
One strategy is to emphasize competence over sectarian divisions.
Hypocritical behavior exacerbated by lame apologies is not a good look.