Both public safety strategies are rooted in bigotry and disproportionately harm African Americans.
The science isn't actually on school districts' side.
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While the rule is set to go into effect this weekend, companies are scrambling to figure out how to cover or reimburse people for the tests.
The New York Times and The Washington Post shamed the recipient of a pig heart transplant for committing a crime 35 years ago.
Part sequel, part reboot, it's a slasher-film hall of mirrors.
Gaetz has introduced a bill nullifying D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser's order requiring people to be vaccinated to visit bars, restaurants, gyms, and other indoor venues.
Biden rightly stuck to his guns when he defended the long-overdue U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, but he fails to apply the same logic elsewhere.
We've already seen how this can abuse Americans' civil liberties with little increase in public safety.
Both parties want to kill the filibuster when they are in the majority, and that's exactly why it needs to stick around.
There is an obvious solution to America's ongoing workforce woes.
Some epidemiologists estimate that the actual number of new infections peaked last week.
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Their immigration struggles are indicative of broader issues in America’s refugee and asylum infrastructure.