From margaritas-to-go to marijuana deliveries to virtual doctor visits, the pandemic prompted states to ease rules to make life at home more bearable. But the looming end of emergency orders has teed up a lobbying frenzy in state capitals to make these Covid-era conveniences permanent fixtures in American life. The rapid decline in new coronavirus … Read more
On the morning of December 17, 1990, according to the press release he sent beforehand to local media, Bill Woods had plans to make news, not history. He would bring three same-sex couples, two female and one male, to the main office of the Hawaii Department of Public Health in downtown Honolulu, where they would … Read more
Juan Williams is headed for a gentler life. As the lone liberal co-host of Fox News Channel’s roundtable show “The Five,” he took the heat on live TV on a near-daily basis for years— sometimes mocked condescendingly, sometimes hollered at ferociously, always completely outnumbered. On Wednesday, Williams, who lives in Washington, D.C., announced that he … Read more
Naomi Osaka says she is drawing from the French Open as a result of controversy over her refusal to speak to the media.