People in rural America say things are back to normal, even though rural America is precisely where the pandemic is worst.
A new poll finds little difference between people with and without college degrees on questions about “wokeness.”
Celebrity candidates bring distinct advantages to their races, but Democrats say they don’t want to recruit more of them. Here’s why.
At a glance, America’s shortage of adoptable babies may seem like a problem. But is adoption meant to provide babies for families, or families for babies?
Even in states with the strictest abortion laws, pregnant people have a safe, inexpensive option to terminate their pregnancies. But few know about it.
For years, women have had to control their voice, posture, and demeanor in the workplace. With Slack, we don’t have to worry about any of that.
Scientists can’t agree on the benefits of boosters for young people. But economically, psychologically, and politically, boosters can do a lot.
A group called Counterweight assists people who feel that their bosses and co-workers are forcing them to endorse social-justice beliefs.
Even some Texans who wouldn’t themselves have an abortion think that the state’s new abortion law is too extreme.
Vanishingly few people have legitimate reasons to avoid COVID-19 vaccination. Some say their doctors told them not to get vaccinated anyway.
Several states have low vaccination rates, rampant COVID-19 spread, and no mask mandates in schools. Parents are worried for their kids.
I asked vaccinated fans of the Fox News host what it will take to get more Republicans to get their shots.
Get the adults in your community vaccinated.
The Trump administration desperately wanted to cut government benefits, and it had outside help to do so. But very few of its new rules held up.
Depending on where you live and your risk tolerance, vaccinated people are justified in either masking or unmasking indoors.
The next big plague is coming, and despite making progress on pandemic preparedness, the U.S. might still suffer mass casualties. Here’s why.
Divorce is so expensive and complicated that it leaves many poor people trapped in bad marriages.
Immigrants who speak English earn more and are better accepted by Americans. But the U.S. fails to provide sufficient free English classes for newcomers.
Some states now consider pornography to be a health threat. But stigmatizing porn can do more harm than good.
People who work from home get fewer raises and promotions. But there might be a way to avoid the remote-work penalty.