THE FEED
pivot
pivot
Facebook May Be Mendacious, But It’s Not Stupid
The company’s possible name change may serve as a much-needed human shield for Mark Zuckerberg.
mike pence
mike pence
For Mike Pence, Running a Doomed Presidential Race Is a Living
The former veep doesn’t have to be a plausible presidential candidate to stay on the gravy train.
the city politic
the city politic
City Hall Starved Taxi Drivers Before They Went on Hunger Strike
How driving a cab became a dead end.
explainer
explainer
What to Know About Booster Shots, Now
Countless Americans are now eligible for a booster dose of any of the three U.S.-authorized COVID vaccines.
public safety
public safety
The Police’s Farcical War on Vaccine Mandates
It turns out cops may not have a special appreciation for the sanctity of life after all.
politics
politics
Anybody Can Be Joe Manchin Right Now
A clutch of Democrats threaten to torpedo Biden’s agenda unless he agrees to lower taxes for middle-class blue-staters.
build back better
build back better
The Democrats Have a Collective-Action Problem
Can Joe Biden’s agenda survive the competing claims within his own party?
covid-19
covid-19
Booster Shots Are Now Approved for All of the COVID Vaccines
Additional dose recommended for all with J&J and many who got Moderna, with “mix and match” allowed for all varieties.
new york
new york
Chuck Schumer Endorses India Walton for Buffalo Mayor
A major Establishment boost for the socialist candidate.
rikers island
rikers island
New Photos Show Horrific Overcrowding at Rikers Island
Pictures obtained by the New York Post show up to 26 men held in a cell meant for a single detainee amid deteriorating pandemic conditions.
the money game
the money game
What’s the Deal With Donald Trump’s SPAC?
After a surprise announcement, a Trump-linked stock skyrocketed — tripling in price and drawing in waves of retail investors.
the sports section
the sports section
Baseball Teams Should Get to Pick Their Playoff Opponents
It’s much more fair-minded than the current system — and much more fun.
the economy
the economy
Behold the Insane Traffic Jam at the Port of Los Angeles
The supply-chain crisis, up close.
politics
politics
House Holds Steve Bannon in Criminal Contempt for Refusing to Testify About 1/6
The Justice Department will decide whether to charge him over his refusal to testify in the Capitol riot investigation.
facebook
facebook
The Next Facebook Will Be an Endless Prison for Humanity. I Can’t Wait.
Building the future one headset and wallet at a time.
joe manchin
joe manchin
Is Manchin Considering Quitting the Democratic Party?
The West Virginian wants to issue a credible threat to Democrats to increase his leverage in negotiations over Biden’s agenda.
sports
sports
Boston Celtics Games Blocked in China After Kanter Calls for a ‘Free Tibet’
In a nearly three-minute video, Kanter called Xi Jinping a “brutal dictator” and called for Tibetan independence.
politics
politics
Trump’s ‘Truth Social’ Bans Telling Truth About His Twitter Rival
It’s a place where “tweets” are called “truths,” but mockery of the former president’s social-media site is not permitted.
the national interest
the national interest
Biden Has Two Long-Shot Plans to Placate Kyrsten Sinema
Hail Mary time.
racial justice
racial justice
Smearing Popularism Does Not Help Black Voters
Persuasively rebutting David Shor requires scrutinizing his arguments, not stigmatizing them.
power
power
Katie Couric Is Not for Everyone
After her long career as America’s beloved morning-news anchor, she has decided to write a wild, unflinching memoir focused on the messy parts. Why?
the city politic
the city politic
Will Buffalo Elect a Socialist Mayor?
It depends on the success of the incumbent’s extremely unusual write-in campaign.
crime
crime
What It Was Like to Face the Monster of Sarah Lawrence
My encounters with Larry Ray.
nyc mayoral race
nyc mayoral race
Key Moments From the First New York City Mayoral Debate
Highlights and noted insults from the first contest between Democratic front-runner Eric Adams and Republican long shot Curtis Sliwa.
voting rights
voting rights
Are Failed Voting-Rights Pushes Backfiring for Democrats?
The party keeps trying to dramatize Republican obstruction of voting-rights legislation. But it is also drawing attention to its futility.