An end to the public health emergency in the U.S. will hurt the uninsured most. But even those with coverage will find some benefits slipping away.
Abolishing the IRS is not a good idea, but a flat levy on consumption is a good starting point if the goal is to shrink the budget deficit.
Science aside, a simple gut check at the end of the break might be the most compelling reason for people to reassess their drinking habits.
Net zero is unreachable without it. And forget about offsets. They’re mostly bunk.
It’s best to be candid about what you are (or aren’t) bequeathing to your adult children.
The FDA should lead the shift toward a more nuanced conversation about individual levels of risk.
The first step in managing risk is knowing the risk. Food allergy sufferers deserve that information, and the FDA can play a large role in providing it.
Weirdly enough, the Tesla setback that Old Auto quietly welcomes also serves to illustrate the challenge of its own transition.
The goal is to create an ecosystem in which both sides are respected and, dare I say, viewed as equals.
Intent is fundamental to the criminal law because it’s fundamental to our sense of right and wrong.
We have amazing technological tools at our disposal. The question is whether we deploy them in a way that complements humans or discards them like redundant castoffs of the march toward progress.
As investors look for signs of cooling inflation, there is one discretionary purchase that is firmly in deflation: pets.
This won’t be easy for the GOP. Up until now, few mainstream Republicans have demonstrated a willingness to take on the radical faction publicly.
A temporary spike in temperatures next year because of the Pacific weather pattern might motivate us to curb carbon emissions.
Who will be left to educate this country’s children when all the teachers have had enough?
When travel meltdowns leave passengers stranded, travel crews suffer too. They miss family, sleep on floors, get blamed by passengers and shafted by employers.
This war has illustrated what a world without American power would look like — and what it looks like when America uses that unmatched power well.
It’s a bit like announcing that you plan to sue: That doesn’t mean that anyone will ever end up in court.
The United States was directly involved in fueling Brazil’s anti-democratic flame. It has a responsibility to help extinguish
The newest dominant strain of covid shows that it’s a mistake to let down our guard.
Congress recently made it easier for restaurants and farmers to donate surplus food. Now local officials and business leaders must step up.
TikTok’s design encourages manic performance and a false sense of intimacy — all of it obscuring the power of its invisible algorithms.
While the Jan. 6 committee may help prevent Trump from regaining the presidency, it cannot address our underlying social crises.