Six different states are already suing over a broad prohibition on tax cuts that was slipped into March's $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill.
And it's easier to distribute than the current vaccines, which require ultra-cold storage.
The pervasive anti-vaping narrative at the beginning of the pandemic had real consequences.
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The state is going to "reopen" June 15. That includes ending most mask mandates for vaccinated people.
Science writer Steven Johnson, author of the new book Extra Life, on vaccines, medical breakthroughs, and life after Covid.
Many Politicians Claim That Increased Spending Sparks Economic Growth. Here's Why That's Misleading.
A new study finds that as the government expands, the private sector shrinks.
Biden Administration To Donate 500 Million Doses of Pfizer-BioNtech Covid-19 Vaccine to Poor Countries
Epidemics anywhere threaten immunization efforts everywhere, including here at home.
The Extra Life author on past scientific breakthroughs, COVID-19 vaccines, and renewing trust and confidence in public health agencies.
"A lot of what you're seeing as attacks on me quite frankly are attacks on science."
Empowered by Voters, Pennsylvania Legislators Are Poised To End the Governor's 15-Month COVID-19 Emergency
The resolution is part of a broader movement to rein in executive power during emergencies.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says he stands for freedom. That doesn't apply to business owners.
The Federal Government Has Spent $46 Billion on Emergency Rental Assistance. The Rollout Has Been a Hot Mess.
Crashing website and impenetrable government bureaucracy greet the tenants and landlords trying to access billions in federally funded rent relief.
The state is scheduled to ease its lockdowns on June 15. But Newsom still wants the power to control the terms.
The COVID-19 adviser's unsatisfying explanation of his conversion feeds skepticism about the value of a sensible precaution.
Using the process of elimination, the culprit seems clear.
Randi Weingarten Is Very Disappointed That NYC Mayoral Candidate Kathryn Garcia Supports Charter Schools
Yes, that very same Randi Weingarten, the teachers union president who has fought to keep children out of the classroom for the last year.
Theatrical safety checks don't keep people safe—vaccines do.
How a debate about COVID-19's origins exposed a dangerous hubris
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The agency's rule, which it recently extended until mid-September, makes no sense as a safety measure.
Laws which mandate big wage increases for workers during the pandemic are leaving store closures in their wake.
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For the president, the spending is the point.
There's a good chance they haven't been preventing the spread of COVID, and they might even be counterproductive.
Charter-Hating Democrats Now Relying on Charter Schools To Service Families Reluctant To Go Back Into School Buildings
The one-size-fits-all approach to monopolistic K-12 instruction continues to repel even as COVID-19 recedes.
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No country gets out of poverty through redistribution of income.
An Epidemiologist Confirms That the CDC Director Misrepresented Her Study of Outdoor COVID-19 Transmission
A co-author of the article that Rochelle Walensky cited says outdoor settings probably account for "substantially less than 1 percent" of infections.
President Biden signed a bill Monday that temporarily waives the regulation. Why not just repeal the law?
As the pandemic improves, kids are being asked to make even more sacrifices.
The White House Is Hoping New Vaccine Partnership With Dating Apps Will Convince Singles To Get Their Shots
This new initiative will "help people meet people who have that universally attractive quality: They've been vaccinated from COVID-19," said White House COVID-19 adviser Andy Slavitt.
Teachers union president tries to rebrand as a school-reopener, but parents aren't having it.
A New Study Confirms That Reopening Texas '100 Percent' Had No Discernible Impact on COVID-19 Cases or Deaths
Critics said Gov. Greg Abbott's decision was "extraordinarily dangerous" and reflected "Neanderthal thinking."
More Puerto Ricans live in the 50 states than on the island, and it’s not hard to see why.
In Zack Snyder's latest, zombies are a public health issue, much like COVID-19.
The CNN host reportedly blamed the governor's troubles on "cancel culture."
As countries navigate their post-pandemic economic recoveries, many are adopting a new visa program to welcome foreign remote workers.
The calls to implement such a plan are based on incorrect assumptions and a passive media.
The New York Times Promotes a COVID Cult of Caution That Requires Vaccinated People To Act As if They're Not
The paper gives short shrift to evidence that vaccines nearly eliminate the risk of infection.