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Before joining The Post in 2014, Michael worked for Gannett in Asbury Park, N.J., The Sun-Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and The Herald-Journal in Spartanburg, S.C.
The last of the popular ‘people’s car’ has rolled off the line.
Biden is running for president partly based on their relationship. What was it really like?
He’s an American folk hero and one of the Internet’s most durable memes. But maybe laughing at Florida — and its outrageous headlines — is more complicated than we've thought.
Schultz personifies why the political middle gets a bad rap: It’s seen as wishy-washy, corporate, elitist. But what if there’s an alternative?
Hint: He’s an emblem of the everyman thinkers of the Internet age.
The self-professed musical theater nerd shoots tuneful barbs at Trumpworld via social media.
The ways Native America penetrates non-Native America’s consciousness these days can be exceedingly superficial. We wanted to hear from them.
Sports stars often fall victim to financial fraudsters. That’s where Chase Carlson comes in.
A different way to read — and think — about the peril facing Earth.
Artists share the inspirations that compelled them to create images of anger and hope.