Each new revelation is a reminder of how little is actually known.
America can’t shake the feeling that vaccination rates are about to plummet. The facts say otherwise.
Any name for the coronavirus is better than a jumble of letters and numbers.
The Thanksgivings of yore featured overcooked turkeys and Jell-O salad. Surely we’ve evolved.
It’s a weirdly common crime—and, commonly, a weird one.
A father dares to explore his rage.
A false tweet really does move faster than the truth.
Nothing seems to move the needle on Americans’ vaccine convictions, no matter how beneficial or harmful.
The Omicron variant is already here, and it’s spreading fast. Here’s what you need to know.
Both pandemic-origin arguments depend on coincidence.
James and Lindsay Sulzer have spent their careers developing technologies to help people recover from disease or injury. Their daughter’s freak accident changed their work—and lives—forever.
A new leaked document is stirring up another frenzy over the pandemic’s origins. What does it really tell us?
COVID-19 vaccination rates have fallen off a cliff. Will it take a deadly summer surge to change things?
Known as a master of horror, he also understood the power—and the limits—of science.
Recent coverage of the pandemic’s origins has ensnared readers in semantic quibbles, side points, and distractions.
We know enough to acknowledge that the scenario is possible, and we should therefore act as though it’s true.
A subset of Americans haven’t yet made up their mind about getting a COVID-19 shot. Whether they turn out in the coming weeks will determine the future of the pandemic.
Science can’t prove it and the industry denies it, but Gary Taubes is convinced that the sweet stuff kills.