"Has anybody decided to shut down the economy for six months every year for flu season?"
There is some evidence that the public should wear masks. But let doctors and nurses get them first.
A coronavirus depression isn’t inevitable.
How hospitals decide which Covid-19 patients to prioritize when resources are scarce.
One law bans gender changes on birth certificates, and the other discriminates against trans student athletes.
A study of the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic finds that cities with stricter social distancing reaped economic benefits.
Here’s what to know today.
Among Americans, partisanship has been a stronger predictor than age, gender, geography, even personal experience, a new study shows.