Several dozen NYC residents want to repeal the regulations allowing outdoor dining in the city.
All of these advances are in mice for now, but maybe these breakthroughs can one day be adapted as human therapies.
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Supervised facilities aim to make a dent in the dramatic increase in overdose deaths.
"This research was a dangerous type of research that should have been reviewed," said Paul. "It wasn't."
NYC and San Francisco Prioritize 'First Doses First' for Monkeypox Vaccine. Why Won't the CDC Do the Same?
The CDC and FDA, when confronted with scarce vaccine supply, refuse to learn from their COVID-19 mistakes.
More airline workers and more flights—not bailouts and restrictions on mergers—is the better policy.
So much for “fuck you, I won’t do what you tell me.”
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The "British by birth" and "Nigerian by blood" rapper and podcaster thinks Americans don't fully appreciate the freedom they have.
For trips shorter than six days, vaccinated passengers will no longer need to obtain a negative test result before boarding.
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They're trying to pressure the federal government into getting organized about vaccines.
The larger, louder half of Penn & Teller talks masks, vaccines, compassion, Bob Dylan, and much, much more.
"Have we disproven the 'lab leak' theory? No, we have not."
The feds botch another epidemic.
Educational freedom is good for everybody but unions, bureaucrats, and the education establishment.
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Anthony Fauci Says If We Could Do It Again, COVID-19 Restrictions Would Be 'Much, Much More Stringent'
The White House's coronavirus adviser answered questions about mask mandates, gain of function research, and more.
The State Department's network of consulates are keeping tourists and business travelers in limbo.
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San Diego schools chief demonstrates once again that Democratic-controlled urban districts will be the first to add COVID restrictions—and subtract students.
Republican voters disagree.
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An earlier draft of the bill, favored by the Los Angeles Times, would have required the labels be huge, with 12-point font and yellow backgrounds.
Evidence from the past two years suggests they won't make a difference.
One vaccination requires 100 pages of government paperwork to be processed before treatment.
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Paralyzing caution reveals the risks of vague anti-abortion legislation.
The risk of broad and overcautious policies is one we should take more seriously.
"If government is big enough to give you anything, it's big enough to take everything away from you."
Foot-dragging and red tape by the CDC and the FDA have fueled an avoidable outbreak.
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If approved, the drug could increase access to effective birth control.
Democrats Are Trying To Push Through Another 'Build Back Better' Bill. It Would Only Make Inflation Worse.
Here's hoping we don't wind up with more of the spending and favoritism that's become so common.
Virtual learning was a policy choice, and the politicians who supported it are responsible.
Many states allowed restaurants to sell to-go cocktails during COVID-19. Research shows that change is not linked to an increase in drunk driving deaths.
The political class still hasn't come to grips with the idea that subsidies don't fight inflation.
The agency’s policies would boost the black market and smoking-related deaths.
But it does so on the ground that the moratorium was never properly "authorized," not because a moratorium could never be a taking.
A second public health official cited the work of antiracist educator Tema Okun after several people on the thread objected.
Regulators are setting their sights on ghost kitchens and virtual restaurants.