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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.
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.
In a wide-ranging interview, the country’s most powerful Democrat says Trump is unfit to be president — “ethically,” “intellectually” and “curiosity-wise” — but impeachment would be too divisive.
The 29-year-old social media influencer has had a rapid rise in right-wing politics.
On the campaign trail with a spiritual guru who hopes to fix America with love. Tough love.
“I’ve been looking for you for decades,” he said on the phone. What came next was beautiful — and complicated.
Artists share the inspirations that compelled them to create images of anger and hope.