The study involving 350,000 people demonstrated that masks are a cost-effective way to reduce infections and that a mask-promotion strategy can save lives.
The simple interpretation of the large outbreak after Sturgis is that big gatherings are just not possible during a pandemic. But that is the wrong lesson.
The industry is offering shiny new hiring incentives, but not real change
It’s not really controlled by Pakistan, and it doesn’t have a plan for governing.
It’s a story of U.S. misdeeds, but also Native resilience.
Countries must collaborate on a vital effort to finish the job by 2030.
The longest armed conflict in U.S. history was a war that never was America’s to win.
Reading your cues, your dog understands who is at the head of the team and looks to you for leadership.
Since June, the United States has taken significant steps backward in fighting the coronavirus, leading to “pandemic flux syndrome.”
The mass graves in Canada are a wake-up call for the United States to seize the opportunity and get on the right side of human rights.
The suffering we’re seeing is all the more awful because it was preventable.
It’s time to fix the Olympics.
Want to vaccinate more people? Meet them where they are. And make it fun.
When it comes to the danger of the pandemic, America is still not thinking rationally about risk.
It wasn’t inspired by the French Revolution, and mosquitoes weren’t the deciding factor.
Its enduring symbolism won’t be that of helping people but of alienating the court and its new swing justice.
Children can and do get very ill from the virus. The delta variant, the unvaccinated and a summer surge in a childhood respiratory disease are worrying.
We studied whether hearing from party leaders - or Democrats - affects Republicans’ vaccine intentions.
Persuading, not dictating, is how Biden can avoid a crisis of legitimacy.
He actually remained close with Taliban leaders — but not so much with Iranian officials.