During the pandemic, counseling services moved online, inpatient clinics closed and mobile clinics pulled back. Without support, many Americans relapsed and some turned to drugs for the first time.
In the evenly divided Senate, the key vote of support came from Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, who said she believed Gupta was “deeply committed to matters of justice.”
The meeting in Anchorage will include the U.S. secretary of state and his Chinese counterpart.
Attempts at herd immunity have been roundly denounced by mainstream experts, who say it promises still more sickness and death. Still, the concept has surfaced in the White House, due to the increasing influence of Trump medical adviser Scott Atlas.
Overturning the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade abortion rights ruling could be just the beginning.
The Trudeau government also plans measures that would shift responsibility for recycling to companies that manufacture or sell plastic products.
Alaska Air Group Inc. has finished repainting the Airbus fleet it acquired when it bought the carrier three years ago.
The decision to put Tubman, a former slave who helped others to freedom, on the front of the $20 bill was made during the Obama administration
Of the 29 Boeing analysts tracked by Bloomberg, only three have downgraded the stock this week.
Experts from Ethiopia, the US, France and the EU will take part in the analysis of cockpit voice and flight data recorders, the Ethiopian Transport Ministry said Thursday in an emailed statement.
The pilot, who was riding in a cockpit jumpseat, correctly diagnosed the problem and told the crew how to disable a malfunctioning flight-control system and save the plane, according to two people familiar with Indonesia’s investigation.
More coffee shops are roasting their own beans and reshaping the industry where Folgers and Maxwell House once ruled.
It’s not just your Facebook page that’s down.
Fort McMurray’s fight against man camps is just the latest headache for producers who have had to deal with opposition to pipelines and a production curtailment imposed by Alberta to try to boost local crude prices.
Fort McMurray is drafting an ordinance to limit the construction of temporary worker housing known as man camps as it seeks to push producers to hire locally or have workers settle there.