History is only possible in hindsight; it is therefore only now, as that cohort approaches middle age, that it becomes meaningful to do history of the Millennial generation.
The Trump administration issued a new proposal that would safeguard the conscience rights of hospitals and doctors.
Congresswoman Katie Porter (D, Calif.,) revealed in a subcommittee meeting that a tangled mess of health care bills she was facing was cleared up when a patient advocate told the insurance company Porter had been recently elected to the House of Representatives.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D., Mich.) introduced a bill amendment on Wednesday targeting payday and car-title lenders by requiring the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to provide quarterly reports to Congress with information about these lenders.
Prior to a conference, I was at a hotel bar with a colleague who had just turned 21. When the bartender came to take our order, I asked for a martini up with olives. My friend, on the other hand, said, “Long Island Iced Tea.” The bartender promptly asked for his I.D.
Joined by two Democratic colleagues, Sen. Josh Hawley (R., Mo.) on Thursday officially floated his proposed ban on “pay-to-win” monetization in video games that explicitly target children.
Herman Wouk was a good writer. He could spin a compelling tale, and he could embroider some serious ideas onto that tale. His prose was clean, and his characters recognizable. But he wasn’t Proust. Or Tolstoy. Or Saul Bellow. He was just good, producing—with The Caine Mutiny (1951), for example—solid American middlebrow work much better than, say, Sloan Wilson’s The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1955).