Despite billions in additional funding and assurances from the CDC and Anthony Fauci that schools can operate safely in person, the unions are holding out for 100 percent vaccination and lower transmission rates.
The Senate is preparing to pass a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill that has very little to do with the pandemic, and we all know it. Congress should admit as much.
In the Name of Pandemic Relief, Biden Would Expand Obamacare Subsidies to Households Making $350,000 a Year
The health law made insurance more expensive, so Democrats are pushing to make subsidies bigger.
The rest of us are out of luck.
We can justifiably hope for normalcy by Independence Day.
Health officials will never give people permission to be unhealthy. Who cares?
Joe Biden, Senate Dems Want To Reduce the Number of Six-Figure Households Getting $1,400 'Relief' Checks. Progressives Are Furious.
Moderates and progressives are sparring over how much government assistance should go to upper-middle class families.
The governor's new policy represents a pretty modest shift from the existing rules.
"Direct primary care is about as close to a free market in health care as you've ever seen in our country," says Dr. Lee Gross.
The national eviction moratorium and Arizona’s business restrictions were based on dubious assertions of authority.
The Massachusetts senator is the latest Democrat to use the pandemic to justify a policy she already wanted.
Rep. Peter Meijer has a plan to provide bigger stimulus checks to needy Americans while cutting extraneous elements from the Biden relief bill.
Abusive teachers’ unions and floundering bureaucrats make do-it-yourself education pretty attractive.
Donald Trump on School Reopening Failures: Joe Biden and Teachers Unions Have Betrayed America's Youth
The former president's wild CPAC speech was full of misleading claims, but he made a valid point about schools.
A nationwide ban on evictions is well outside the congressional power to regulate interstate commerce, ruled U.S. District Judge J. Campbell Barker on Thursday.
New York City's embattled public school system gets a new chancellor. But the influence of the old one will remain, and not just in the Empire State.
We have to stop governing by emergency.
Like so many well-intentioned policies, it hurts the people it's supposed to help.
This action brings to an end a period when the US was more closed off to legal immigration than at any other time in the nation's history.
Adding a third vaccine could get America back to something resembling normal by this spring.
The governors of New York and California have botched major aspects of the pandemic response.
Democrats' COVID-19 Aid Package Would Quietly Eliminate the Tipped Minimum Wage as Restaurants Struggle To Stay Alive
Do small businesses need another punch in the gut?
Senators and state officials are proposing ways to sweep aside nonsensical regulations that place geographic limits on telehealth.
Wondering what "95 percent efficacy" means? I've got some good news for you.
Enhanced unemployment benefits may have helped many Americans weather the pandemic, but they've also attracted the interest of some modern-day Willie Suttons.
Despite Starkly Different COVID-19 Policies, the U.S. and the U.K. Saw Similar Drops in Cases Around the Same Time
The same is true of Texas and California, which suggests that legal restrictions are not as important as politicians imagine.
Plus: Yet another Big Tech hearing, Gov. Ron DeSantis did what now, and more...
According to a new study, one dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine is nearly as effective as two.
City-level requirements that grocery stores pay wage premiums during the pandemic could prompt layoffs, price hikes.
It's a good idea, but it should have been done much earlier.
In a hot mic moment, school officials were caught belittling parents.
The president keeps insisting on the urgency of $1.9 trillion in spending. But much of it would be spent on non-urgent policies unrelated to the pandemic.
Big businesses gave millions to Newsom’s initiatives and were rewarded handsomely.
The Atlantic writer says that illiberalism and the urge to shut down debate need to be confronted across the political spectrum.
Some Fairfax Students Go Back to School 2 Days a Week, Wear Masks, Sit 6 Feet Apart While Their Teachers Stay Home
Is this really what reopening looks like?
Presidents aren't saints. They aren't monarchs. They aren't celebrities. And they aren't your friends.