"The only thing that overrides and disperses hate is love."
In her new essay collection "Trick Mirror," Jia Tolentino paints a bleak picture of our world of scams, mistruths, and self-delusions—all exacerbated by the internet. Is there a way out?
A deal for peace in Afghanistan, and a fight by the forgotten.
The sudden increase of gun violence drills in schools is partly a symptom of media sensationalism, but it is also symptomatic of the well-founded terror that pervades our country.
Knowing what office hours are, or how to write professional emails, are never taught but are something that you’re supposed to be able to figure out.
In a facility riddled with institutional deficiencies within a country in political turmoil, it is prison gangs—composed of the Philippines’ supposedly most unruly, most disobedient, most criminal—that maintain control, instill self-discipline, and create a culture ...
"We see Blockchain as a way to bring financial opportunity," Mr. Heyn says to The Politic. "It’s a great way to include small private companies, he continues.”