Has Trump’s venom so poisoned the national dialogue that violence and vitriol have become standard currency?
Joelle Renstrom teaches at Boston University. She is the author of a collection of essays called, “Closing the Book: Travels in Life, Loss, and Literature.” She blogs here.
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A powerful new telescope helps us look for life in outer space. But will we recognize it if we see it?
A daughter reared on politics longs for her late father’s advice on how to vote on Super Tuesday.
Will wars over resources relocate to space? In the race to turn billions into trillions, will the rich hammer flags into asteroids and planets to claim them?
In Boston, road rage is an epidemic. Could driverless cars be the answer?
Every year, whether I’m mindful of the date or not, the anniversary of my late father’s cancer diagnosis brings on a physical reaction.