"The Brother of One of the First Hate-Crime Victims Post 9/11 Keeps on Teaching Tolerance" is from the September 20, 2016 edition of PRI's The World.
Students have long scrawled their thoughts on bathroom walls at school, but recent graffiti in Montgomery County — including swastikas and racial insults — has left many educators grappling with a troubling rise in acts of hateful vandalism.
The last time Mark Zuckerberg visited Berlin, he appeared to be having a really good time. The Facebook founder received a prize for entrepreneurship, was seen jogging through the city and generally smiled a lot.
"Facebook Employees Pushed to Remove Trump’s Posts as Hate Speech" is from the October 21, 2016 Markets section of The Wall Street Journal. It was written by Deepa Seetharaman and narrated by Paul Ryden.
I don’t judge Donald Trump if he did in fact avoid paying income taxes for up to 18 years. Nor do I consider Mitt Romney a man of lesser character for paying a 14 percent tax rate. Nor should anyone attack President Obama for paying a measly 18.7 percent tax rate while his staff members are charged far more.
"Notorious Hate Preacher Anjem Choudary Found Guilty of Supporting ISIS" is from the August 16, 2016 World section of The Washington Post. It was written by Anthony Faiola and narrated by Sam Scholl.
"Yelling 'I Hate White People' and Punching One Isn't a Hate Crime, Canadian Judge Rules" is from the July 7, 2016 World section of The Washington Post. It was written by Peter Holley and narrated by Jenny Hoops.
As they try to stop Republicans from repealing the Affordable Care Act, Democrats have a few central arguments they’re making to explain why repeal would be so catastrophic, none more vivid than the simple fact that Republicans plan to kick somewhere between 20 million and 30 million Americans off their health coverage. This argument has the benefit of being true, and unlike many of the details of health reform, relatively easy to understand.
"What Do You Hate Most About the Health System? Republicans Will Make It Worse." is from the January 09, 2017 Opinion section of The Washington Post. It was written by Paul Waldman and narrated by Sam Scholl.
It has been more than four decades since the federal government dedicated hundreds of millions of dollars to a massive experiment on poverty. Thousands of families in several cities participated, entering a program that guaranteed as much as $25,900 a year for a family of four.
"The ‘I-word' You Hate Politicians Who Lack It, but Do You Possess It Yourself" is from the March 11, 2016, Inspired Life section of The Washington Post. It was written by Cynthia Kane and narrated by Sam Scholl.
"If You Hate Conflict, You Might Be Happier Single" is from the September 26, 2015 Life and Entertainment section of The Washington Post. It was written by Lisa Bonos and narrated by Jill Melancon.
The process of CPR is almost as disheartening as its bleak outcomes. Code Blues are inevitably gruesome. You’re supposed to push hard and fast during chest compressions. According to the American Heart Association, broken ribs are to be expected. Bleeding is also common, and breathing tubes are often forced into the patient’s airway. Because of this trauma, we don’t routinely allow families to watch CPR attempts of their loved ones.
"Why I Hate Farmers Markets" is from the October 17, 2015 Life and Entertainment section of The Washington Post. It was written by Clare Doody and narrated by Jill Melancon.
"So What If Teachers Hate No Child Left Behind?" is from the November 03, 2015 Ideas and Controversy section of The Washington Post. It was written by Glen Finland and narrated by Sam Scholl.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) attributed some of the growth to President Trump, who it described Wednesday in its quarterly Intelligence Report as having “electrified the radical right,” and whose campaign rallies, the report’s author claims, were “filled with just as much anti-establishment vitriol as any extremist rally.”
"Hate Crimes Against American Muslims Most Since Post-9/11 Era" is from the September 17, 2016, United States section of The New York Times. It was written by Eric Lichtblau and narrated by Barbara Benjamin-Creel.
"You Love Blake Lively. Or Maybe You Hate Blake Lively. But There Is No In-Between" is from the June 24, 2016 Entertainment section of The Washington Post. It was written by Emily Yahr and narrated by Jill Melancon.
A bit after 4 p.m. Thursday, the doorbell rang in my hotel room, Room 446 at the new Trump International Hotel in Washington. It was my Koran. I had ordered it from housekeeping.
"Beyoncé Is a Powerful Voice for Black Lives Matter. Some People Hate Her for It" is from the July 10, 2016 Entertainment section of The Washington Post. It was written by Andrea Peterson and narrated by Sam Scholl.
Every year at Thanksgiving, we’re subjected to stories about how to cope with your drunk uncle, your bratty cousin, your grandma with an ax to grind. And every year, at least for those who come from your typical, slightly dysfunctional but lovably kooky family, the idea that we’d need an entire coping strategy to get through one meal seems a bit histrionic.