As David Foster Wallace’s behemoth of a novel turns 20, its literary excellence is now being matched by its prescience on everything from binge-watching to earbuds.
Roja Heydarpour is a former editor at The Daily Beast. She has reported for the The New York Times and The Times-Tribune.
In the last decade, Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil got married, got divorced, came out of the closet, and talked to Oprah Winfrey—and now, he's spreading awareness about a spreading HIV crisis in India.
Zainab Salbi, the founder of Women for Women International, an organization that helps women survivors of war, shared the story of her childhood and the maid who she also called sister.
Amy Homan McGee was killed by her abusive husband while her kids waited in the car. A new documentary about her is now a case study of what not to do about domestic violence, says Roja Heydarpour.
The worst part about Juan Williams’ statement wasn’t his appalling bigotry. It was his complete ignorance of how terrorists operate.