Got no Harvard offer, was phishing victim: TV editor
Friday, 15 January 2021 In her statement, Razdan said she had filed a complaint with the police and provided them with all the relevant documentary evidence. She wrote that the attackers ‘used clever forgeries and misrepresentations to obtain access to my personal data and communications and may have also gained access to my devices and my email/social media accounts.”
The Washington Post reports that nearly 60 percent of the people facing charges related to the Capitol riot have been found to have prior money troubles. CNN’s Michael Smerconish asks Harvard professor Pippa Norris if that statistic is relevant or just a distraction.
Pollution from fossil fuels may cause one in five of premature deaths globally, according to a joint study by Harvard and several British universities, suggesting the health impacts are far higher than previously thought. Matthew Larotonda reports.
Harvard professor Noah Feldman, who was one of the constitutional scholars who testified during former President Donald Trump’s first impeachment, examines the arguments made by Trump’s new impeachment defense team.