For Mr. Buttigieg’s ascendant campaign, the answer, in a saturated media age, was easy. I talked to her as she was heading to a class she’s teaching at Caltech on Tuesday morning about how her work has changed since she appeared on the local news holding her son in 1992.
The death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State, is profoundly important. He was a powerfully inspirational figure, more formidable and perhaps more evil than Osama bin Laden. “I’m not going to be sitting there tomorrow morning in the house in a corner trying not to think about the day ahead,” Lowry said. “Obviously I’ll go to bed thinking about holding the claret jug tomorrow evening. It’s only natural, isn’t it? We’re human. We’re not robots.”
Contrast that to 2011. Back then, the original Galaxy Note's 5.3-inch screen was a monstrously hulk compared to the other phones of its day. We dismissed it as a poser trying to be the 7-inch tablet it just wasn't. Little did we know it was just the beginning. Joe Biden has a 1960s T.V. dad quality that can sometimes be charming and nostalgia-provoking, but is just as often problematic and cringe-inducing.
Originally published July 27 9:42 a.m. PT.Updates, 10:06 a.m.: Adds more background. And June 28: Adds more details on Twitter's notice. As a child, Kipling fell under the spells of Emerson and Bret Harte; he soon discovered Whitman, Longfellow and Twain. It was in large part to pay homage to the last that he first ventured to America, in 1889. The mission was not so simple; “the landing of a 12-pound salmon was nothing to it,” he wrote afterward. The 23-year-old reporter from an unknown Indian newspaper nonetheless managed a triumph, securing a two-hour, two-cigar interview with the esteemed author. In a lovely bookend, the writers would reunite 18 years later when, in scarlet gowns and mortarboards, wilting through a slow-motion conferral of honorary degrees, they ducked out of an Oxford theater for a smoke.
There are some strategists — most prominently Stan Greenberg, a Democratic pollster and the author of a new book, “R.I.P. G.O.P.: How The New America Is Dooming the Republicans” — who argue that the 2020 election will produce a resilient Democratic majority coalition made up of what Greenberg has called the Rising American Electorate, which will usher in Mukherjee insisted that neither she nor her art were religious in any conventional sense. She was just after what she called “the feeling of awe you get when you walk into the small sanctum of a temple and look up to behold an iconic presence,” and she extended “sanctum” to encompass “a church, a mosque, or forest.” Her visual triggers for awe can look freakish, even monstrous. But, when it comes to the sacred — which is what she’s really talking about — the line between freakish and sublime is slight in every culture.
"It's not right, and we as citizens have to put a stop to this," Lamar said. "We don't need Big Brother spying on us where we pay our rent." She is expected to make some personnel changes, but so far, Ms. Grisham is still so new in the job that the official White House press secretary Twitter account held Ms. Sanders’s name until Monday afternoon. In the White House, Ms. Grisham has moved into her new office, but her name is not yet on the door.
Abraham is intent on coming to terms with his new reality. On Tuesday, he will testify at a New York State Assembly hearing on a proposed bill to ban tackle football for children age 12 and younger. He loved football, played and coached it, and the sport gave him so much joy. And he sees his testimony as driven by moral necessity. Warning: There be spoilers ahead, but subscribers can take a peek at the answer key.
The company is also working on an online portal, set to be operational by the end of 2018, where law enforcement officials can submit and track requests for data and obtain responses from Apple. When the portal goes live, police and law enforcement agents will be able to apply for "authentication credentials," Apple said in the letter. At least four American citizens are known to be held in Iran. A British-Iranian woman who has been detained in Tehran since 2016 was recently moved to a hospital psychiatric unit, her family said. And, most recently, a French-Iranian scholar was arrested without explanation, officials said on Monday.