Some of the Facebook CEO’s previously unreported decisions demonstrate his relentless determination to ensure the company’s dominance, even at the expense of his stated values, according to interviews with former employees.
James Wersick's business slowed as he entered his 60s, prompting him to begin robbing banks. “Sometimes, desperation gets in the picture,” he told a judge before receiving his prison sentence of five years.
For months, the pharmaceutical industry has waged a multimillion-dollar lobbying campaign designed to keep Democrats’ sweeping drug price proposal out of their massive child care, health-care and climate change bill.
Fourteen expats spoke about their struggles to get the shots, saying they received little guidance from the Biden administration and watched enviously as hundreds of thousands of doses in the United States expired without any takers.
Those who gathered before the Brooklyn Nets’ home opener were there to support Nets guard Kyrie Irving, who has been told by the team to stay away as long as he refuses to receive a coronavirus vaccination.
Before the death of her middle child, before there was a gravestone with a name she knew dearly, the Rev. Michelle Thomas had built up the African American Burial Ground for the Enslaved as a place for collective mourning.