The beating death of Tyre Nichols has renewed calls for reforming the police. But can anything really change?
In the last twelve years, Michael Kinsley moved from the nation’s capital to Seattle, started the Internet magazine “Slate,” got married, and had brain surgery. Now a full-time columnist for “Time,” he talks about having Parkinson’s disease, the current political scene, and the future of journalism.
- Michael Kinsley Journalist and political commentator, regular contributor to "Time," former editor of "The New Republic," host of CNN's "Crossfire," founder of "Slate."
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