In Baltimore and other segregated cities, the life-expectancy gap between African Americans and whites is as much as 20 years. One young woman’s struggle shows why.
The state’s hyperefficient health-care system runs pretty well—unless a pandemic strikes.
A company that offers app-based coaching laid off its mental-health coaches, then offered them their jobs back without health insurance.
Many states have quarantine requirements for visitors, but only one really enforces them: Hawaii.
The risk of catching the coronavirus is much higher indoors.
Some experts think that at-home testing can stop coronavirus outbreaks, and that the government should have been doing more to produce the tests.
“I want the Republican Party to feel spanked,” says Mona Charen, a writer at the Never Trump website The Bulwark.
Some experts are predicting violence after November 3. But there are ways to prevent it.
More than 80 percent of Republicans think the president is doing a great job with the pandemic. Here’s why.
The majority of Americans will need to take the coming COVID-19 vaccine. Here’s how to persuade those who won’t want to.
As the weather gets colder, many Americans have no idea whether hanging out with other people inside is risky. That’s a big problem.
Why the wrong idea that wearing a mask can harm your health has lived on through multiple debunkings
When the average American is hospitalized for COVID-19, treatment isn’t nearly as accessible or cheap as it was for the president.
Asking whether the celebration of Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination was a “super-spreader” event misses the point: Trump’s irresponsibility made this crisis likely.
One giant psychology experiment explains why many people seem like they don’t care about the deaths of the elderly.
Young people aren’t particularly excited about Joe Biden. One strategy to change their mind? Convince them that they’re voting for a big, progressive crew.
With public schools closed, at least 15 states have no free child-care options for essential workers.
Contact tracing works almost everywhere else. Why not here?
Why millions of students still can’t get online
It might be the answer to America’s school-reopening problem.
Workers who have already returned to their cubicle report days full of anxiety, masks, and sanitation shaming.