Taking this step is both a moral imperative, and the right way to advance US economic and strategic interests.
It would be a mistake to see these lockdowns as a foreign oddity to be pitied and tweeted.
China's "COVID zero" policy looks a lot like house arrest for Shanghai's 25 million residents who are only just now beginning to experience glimmers of freedom.
Curfews and alcohol rollbacks meant to mitigate danger actually hurt local businesses.
Disagreement over pandemic policy accelerates the slide toward authoritarianism in another country.
Charter schools thrived on the freedom to make quick decisions and appeal to like-minded families.
Limited resources create enormous vulnerability.
Like the war on drugs and the war on terror before it, the war on COVID is a futile, deeply destructive campaign, and Americans want out.
COVID-19 policies eroded liberty and many people want it back.
The country, which has a much lower fatality rate than the U.S., eschewed lockdowns in favor of information.
Judge Lawrence VanDyke included a satirical opinion that his colleagues can use when they decide otherwise.
Australian researchers used changes in home prices and rents to tease out how much people were willing to spend to avoid the country's harshest lockdown.
Plus, the CDC's amateur psychoanalyzing.
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A new report says many democracies have taken steps that are "disproportionate, unnecessary, or illegal" to curb COVID.
Austrian Politicians Say Vaccines Are the Key to Ending the Pandemic. They're Also Ordering the Vaccinated Back Into Lockdown.
The latest restrictions come less than a week after the country ordered its unvaccinated population into lockdown.
How far do "emergency powers" really extend?
Leading candidates Larry Elder, Kevin Faulconer, and Kevin Kiley cite homelessness, crime, housing costs, and energy shortages as evidence that one-party rule is failing the Golden State.
"Do not congregate. Don't talk to your neighbors. Please keep to your bubbles," said Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern when announcing the new lockdown.
Without a Bill of Rights, the land down under quickly goes where America may eventually follow.