Malaria is making a comeback in the United States. Mosquitos might be part of the solution.
The justices agreed to consider whether the Biden administration's efforts to suppress online "misinformation" were unconstitutional.
Yoel Roth worries about government meddling in content moderation, except when Democrats target "misinformation."
The 5th Circuit Agrees That Federal Officials Unconstitutionally 'Coerced' or 'Encouraged' Online Censorship
The appeals court narrowed a preliminary injunction against such meddling but confirmed the threat that it poses to freedom of speech.
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A recent House committee investigation exposed political interference when it came to figuring out the origins of COVID. But why?
Appellate Court Dismisses Case Challenging CDC Transportation Mask Mandate Because it has Become Moot
A case that began with a bang ends with a whimper. The issue of whether the CDC has the power to impose mask mandates remains unresolved.
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Under Walensky, the CDC's voluntary guidance was anything but.
It's been over for most Americans for a long time already.
Surgeon General Vivek Murthy Refuses To Acknowledge the Government's Misrepresentation of Mask Research
Recent comments by former COVID-19 adviser Anthony Fauci contradict what public health officials told us during the pandemic.
A recent study finds that human challenge trials are largely safe.
The COVID-19 lab leak theory was labeled "misinformation." Now it's the most plausible explanation.
The legal challenge to censorship by proxy highlights covert government manipulation of online speech.
In an interview, Redfield criticized Anthony Fauci for tamping down on speculation about the potential lab leak origins of COVID-19.
The latest Twitter Files shows a partnership between Stanford University researchers and government-funded organizations encouraged social media companies to police true information.
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The outspoken critic of the CDC and FDA explains what went wrong—and what went right—with COVID policy.
The social media site slapped a warning on a column in which I criticized the CDC for exaggerating the evidence supporting mask mandates.
The move makes it more likely that Title 42 expulsions of migrants will end in the near future.
Will Litigation Over Title 42 "Public Health" Migrant Expulsions Soon Become Moot When Biden Ends the Covid Emergency?
If so, Title 42 expulsions might finally end. But it's not a done deal yet.
The analysis found that wearing masks in public "probably makes little or no difference."
The Cochrane Library's review of masking trials should sound the death knell for mask mandates everywhere.
How Does California Define COVID-19 'Misinformation'? Judges Disagree, but Doctors Are Expected To Know.
One federal judge thought the state's new restrictions on medical advice were clear, while another saw a hopeless muddle.
Emails Show CDC Policed COVID Speech on Facebook. Live with Robby Soave, Nick Gillespie, and Zach Weissmueller
Join Reason on YouTube and Facebook on Thursday at 1 p.m. ET for a discussion of the Facebook Files with Robby Soave.
Throughout the pandemic, the CDC was in constant contact with Facebook, vetting what users were allowed to say on the social media site.
Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid are still the chief drivers of our future debt. But Republicans aren't touching them.
The company's broad definition of "misleading information" and its deference to authority invited censorship by proxy.
Supreme Court Issues Dubious Ruling that Perpetuates Title 42 "Public Health" Expulsions of Migrants
The decision doesn't actually require continuation of the policy, but will have that effect indirectly. Justice Neil Gorsuch's dissent explains why the Court was wrong to take this step.
The year’s highlights in buck passing feature petulant politicians, brazen bureaucrats, careless cops, loony lawyers, and junky journalists.
College students should be able to use their own judgment on COVID boosters, not be forced into them by learning institutions.
In times of public health crises, government red tape and misguided communication make matters worse.
'Arbitrary and Capricious': Judge Blocks U.S. From Expelling Migrants Under COVID-Era Title 42 Order
The judge granted the Biden administration a stay, which will keep the policy in place through late December.
The CDC's New Opioid Prescribing Advice Still Invites the 'Misapplication' It Blames for Harming Patients
The damage done by the original guidelines, including undertreatment and abrupt dose reductions, could have been avoided if the CDC had not presumed to advise doctors on how to treat pain.
Blue states may require the vaccine after the CDC recommends it, stripping families of a choice that should be theirs.
The CDC is still citing underage consumption as a reason to restrict adult access.