The Galaxy Note 20 is the best and worst phone Samsung has ever made

Those are the two main things that have Note fans upset, but the downgrades continue with various other aspects of the phone. You’re only getting a 12MP primary camera instead of the Note 20 Ultra’s 108MP one, the battery is smaller, there’s no expandable storage, you get less RAM, and worse S Pen latency. You […]

Coronavirus impact | Acing the online job interview

Think ahead about common questions and how you will answer (without sounding too rehearsed). Behavioral questions are in vogue: asking for examples from your experience, like a time you overcame an obstacle, led a team or creatively solved a problem. It’s important to answer concisely and listen closely, especially on a phone interview because you […]

The amputee who helps other amputees scale mountains

Work could entail many different things. Usually visiting patients in the hospital settings — either those that are about to have an amputation who have a lot of questions and need support. I am thankful to be given the opportunity to instill a little bit of warmth and comfort into their hearts at such a […]

RS Recommends: John Giorno’s ‘Great Demon Kings’ Memoir

Reading the breezy, delicious accounts of so many art world and literary luminaries certainly focuses attention on them in a refreshing way. And despite all of Giorno’s own creative accomplishments, one can feel his frustration at never getting his time to shine fully. At one point, he admits that for all his noble attempts at […]

In virus talks, Pelosi holds firm; Mnuchin wants a deal

Monday brought no new talks between Trump’s team and negotiators on Capitol Hill as the president tries a go-it-alone strategy. Over the weekend, he launched a series of executive actions that give the appearance of a White House taking charge but may end up providing little help for ordinary Americans.

Taylor Kitsch On His Shocking ‘Waco’ Transformation—And If Tim Riggins Would Vote Trump

The reports of child abuse, along with suspicion that the commune might be stockpiling illegal weapons, were eventually used to justify the raid on the Waco compound that took place on February, 28, 1993, initially led by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). The shootout ended with four ATF agents and six […]

Mexico earthquake: Frantic search for survivors after more than 200 killed

Image: Rescue workers transport a tent as they search for students in the rubble at Enrique Rebsamen school after the 7.1 magnitude earthquake in Mexico City Image: The quake hit central Mexico hours after preparation drills were held on the anniversary of the 1985 earthquake which killed thousands of people Image: Caskets, holding the bodies […]

‘It climbed on my son’s finger’: readers’ photos from the Big Butterfly Count

‘It made my day’ “I saw it [a jersey tiger butterfly] on the ground and thought the cat who often visits had got it but it was very much alive in all of its glorious beauty,” said Charlotte Hopkins, 42, who works as an information officer at London Metropolitan Archives. “It was absolutely stunning, its […]

25 Years Gone: The Day Jerry Garcia Died Remembered by Bill Walton, Bruce Hornsby, Perry Farrell, Warren Haynes

A couple of weeks later, I thought I’ll just call out there to the house to get a progress report because I was concerned about him and I called out there and Jerry answered and that was just two weeks later. I thought, ‘Hmmmm, what’s happened here?’ He decided he was good [with rehab] after […]

Broadway Star Danny Burstein on His Struggles After COVID-19: “I’m Not Really Sure How I’m Doing” (Guest Column)

She looked up from what she was doing and said, “You survived?” I said, “Yes, thanks to you,” and with that she put her hands together and slowly bowed down low to me as if praying. I said, “Wait, no! I should be bowing to you!” Then her expression suddenly went blank, she fell silent […]