"It’s really the first time that I had a genuine feeling that I would be arrested just because of speaking aloud a slogan or holding a poster on the street."
Vaccinations and screenings for measles, tuberculosis, and other infectious diseases are down in the pandemic.
In the meantime, people with long-term Covid-19 complications are struggling to get care.
The Democratic Party’s most hated startup can’t change what happened in Iowa. But it can change its name.
It has now also changed its CEO — quietly.
The Obama administration cracked down on nursing homes with infection control problems. Trump reversed course.
Voters in Alabama and Texas are casting their ballots in runoffs for House and Senate, and Maine voters are voting in the state’s primary.
All he has to do is embrace the consensus that’s waiting for him.
The WHO says aerosol Covid-19 transmission "cannot be ruled out." Here’s what that means.
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The District of Columbia's football team is abandoning the name it adopted almost a century ago. Paul Chaat Smith, a curator at the National Museum of the American Indian, hopes the country is at long last ready to reckon with its past.