Black and Latinx people have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic and the resulting fall in life expectancy.
Donald Trump says vaccine refusal is due to people’s distrust of the 2020 election results. Whose fault is that?
COVID is rising enough to spur the largest nurses’ union in the U.S. to urge the reinstatement of the mask mandate.
The second infrastructure bill would expand Medicare and add millions of new jobs.
Electronic air cleaners have been heavily marketed but face nearly nonexistent government oversight.
The endgame to this unfolding scenario, both in the U.S. and in the U.K., appears to be a desperate one.
Thanks to the Delta variant and persistent gaps in vaccination, the U.S.’s reopening could be a false dawn.
If COVID comes roaring back in unvaccinated pro-Trump communities this fall, nobody should be surprised.
The U.S. is reopening from shore to shore, and there is great gladness for it, but it still feels too soon.
Monica Gandhi discusses the investigation into COVID’s origins and how the U.S. can best use its vaccine surplus.