Denise Rowe upset her grandmother by voting against holding their family reunion, which draws up to 200 people from 30 states every other summer. They are one of many families at odds over big gatherings.
The Post’s polling team, Scott Clement and Emily Guskin, delve into conducting and interpreting polls during an election season. How exactly can polls be representative of the electorate? And are they predictive of how a country will eventually vote?
Gerri Schappals, 102, is an anomaly, and not just because of her age. Schappals was not particularly health-conscious throughout her life, yet she seems to have a bulletproof immune system. Schappals credits that to the 1918 flu pandemic. “I really think that having the 1918 flu strengthened everything about me,” she said.
As Isaias reaches the Carolinas this evening, tropical moisture will surge northward through the Washington region, setting the stage for a very heavy rain event with areas of significant flooding through Tuesday night.