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Past articles by Hanna:

The rise of borderless dating

Online dating has broken down societal barriers of class and race. Is geography one of the last? → Read More

The complete guide to the online dating industry

Online dating has revolutionized how we fall in love—and turned into a multi-billion dollar global industry in the process. → Read More

Metals.com is shut down by US regulators after years of allegedly scamming seniors

Using Facebook, alleged scammers at Metals.com targeted elderly conservatives to pitch investments in precious metals. → Read More

Poland’s election is days away—and it’s already in complete disarray

Experts say that's not only logistically impossible, it’s unconstitutional, unlawful, undemocratic, and unsafe. → Read More

The case for making golf courses public parks during coronavirus

We need more space for social-distance recreation. → Read More

Poachers are taking advantage of the pandemic to kill more animals

Rhinos, jaguars, and ibises have all fallen victim to the pandemic—but not because of the illness itself. → Read More

Brad Pitt as Anthony Fauci translates Trumpisms into truth on SNL

The TV gods delivered, and one heartthrob portrayed another. → Read More

Coronavirus could exacerbate the US census’ undercount of people of color

It's always tough for the US Census to count marginalized communities. Coronavirus made it even tougher. → Read More

California medspa doctor charged with fraud for claiming hydroxychloroquine “cures” Covid-19

The doctor's spa was selling Covid-19 packages that included the unproven drug, as well as vitamin C, for $4,000. → Read More

A well-heeled liberal group is filling the local news void with Trump-bashing coronavirus ads

Sites that are part of the Courier newsroom cover the news but also highlight anti-Trump news stories in Facebook ads targeted to swing state voters. → Read More

Cash App scammers are using coronavirus to exploit people

As more people want to give back, others are trying to cash in. → Read More

How anti-China sentiment is spreading on social media

The dog-whistles and hate speech are spreading with the virus. → Read More

Be wary of gold and silver coin sellers taking advantage of the coronavirus

A former industry insider warns about predatory sales schemes. → Read More

15 ways to practice self-care in the time of coronavirus

Now is the time to watch some classic movies, take an online course, or teach your dog a new trick. → Read More

Alex Jones peddled a fake coronavirus cure that can turn people’s skin permanently blue

The conspiracy theorist claimed help could come in the form of a toothpaste containing colloidal silver. → Read More

Italians are singing on their balconies to create community in the age of coronavirus

Let us all try to find some joy in these trying times. → Read More

Coronavirus is revealing ugly truths about social structure in the US

The pandemic is making problems with hunger, housing insecurity, and eldercare impossible to ignore. → Read More

Here are the sources you should and shouldn’t trust on the coronavirus

Avoid memes, Instagram doctors, and premature tweets. → Read More

The US census has built-in resistance to coronavirus

Participation in the census is important precisely because of such public health issues. → Read More

The best Bloomberg roasts on TikTok and Instagram

The meme-flood strategy seems to be backfiring. → Read More