The 91-year-old woman fell in her garage. There was no reason for her to be in the garage. The car had been sold after her husband died of Alzheimer’s nine years before, and she couldn’t drive anyway.
Six weeks ago, before Baltimore had become the latest venue for outrage over the killing of black men by the police, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake delivered her annual State of the City address. Rawlings-Blake,
At the end of last year, Slate published its “Year of Outrage“—a series of essays contemplating the endless churn of transient media stories and subsequent outrage. It also reiterated a long-standing that
Here's what protests in Turkey and Brazil have in common. Alper, a 26-year-old Turkish corporate lawyer, has benefited enormously from Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's rule. He is one of millions