Five days after Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, its devastating impact is becoming clearer. Most of the U.S. territory currently has no electricity or running water, fewer than 250 of the island’s 1,600 cellphone towers are operational, and damaged ports, roads, and airports are slowing the arrival and transport of aid. Communication has been severely limited and some remote towns are only now being contacted. Jenniffer Gonzalez, the Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico, told the Associated Press that Hurricane Maria has set the island back decades.
It’s much less scientific—and more prone to gratuitous procedures—than you may think.
A breakdown of the massive, 448-page document
The special counsel has concluded he can neither charge nor clear the president. Only Congress can now resolve the allegations against him.
The special counsel’s report shows a president who lies, acts rashly, and is routinely ignored by his own staff.
Sixty-nine years ago, a new geological era may have begun on Earth.
In the years following the Troubles, a period of intense violence in Northern Ireland, young people have been killing themselves in alarming numbers.
It’s more likely than most people think—and compared with his first term, its effects would be far more durable.
The author’s follow-up to her Fifty Shades series is hopelessly retrograde and dismally unentertaining.
Companies are racing to develop real chicken, fish, and beef that don’t require killing animals. Here’s what’s standing in their way.
The special counsel should have offered an opinion on whether Trump criminally obstructed justice.