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.
Did it need to take a pandemic to let us Zoom with our therapist in our PJs?
All over the United States, adults and children have been quarantined for weeks with people who hurt them.
The future of jobs after the pandemic is a blurry mix of work, life, pajamas, and Zoom.
If the flu and coronavirus hit at the same time this fall, America might have a longer, more severe lockdown.
Why Americans didn’t see this pandemic coming
Experts predict the outbreak will lead to a rise in populism. But will workers turn their rage toward corporate CEOs, or middle-class “elites”?
Workers who clip dogs’ nails and trim their fur say they still have to show up to their jobs, and they’re terrified for their health.
The United States’ secretive medical stockpile was prepped for a bombing, not a pandemic.
Big retailers have rolled out sick leave during the pandemic, but some workers describe a confusing process for getting paid.
Even one of the last bastions of normal American life could not escape the outbreak.
Workers at the Queens, New York, facility say employees were expected to come in for their night shift after the case was identified. Amazon denies this.
It’s a surprisingly tricky question.
How not fitting in can lead to creative thinking
Bureaucracy, equipment shortages, an unwillingness to share, and failed leadership doomed the American response to COVID-19.
Wedding planning is now even more stressful thanks to the coronavirus.
Canceling major public events is wise, but most Americans need not stay away from crowds or airplanes.
A new paper suggests that death certificates dramatically undercounted the number of people dying from opioid overdoses.
A small, litigious group has spent decades trying to stop the government from telling doctors what to do. What happens if it succeeds?
Circle back and kill me now.
A fifth of U.S. patients get surprise bills from surgery—even if their surgeon and hospital are in-network.