In 1974, John Patterson was abducted by the People’s Liberation Army of Mexico—a group no one had heard of before. The kidnappers wanted $500,000, and insisted that Patterson’s wife deliver the ransom.
The CDC has finally said what scientists have been screaming for months: The coronavirus is overwhelmingly spread through the air, not via surfaces.
Just months after leaving office, the former president has all but disappeared.
So are theories to explain it.
“Kristi’s been a constant in my life. I couldn’t even imagine not having her involved in the girls’ lives.”
Being so close (and yet so far) is a stress all its own.
My son blames his father and won’t speak to him, but my husband is making matters worse by not apologizing.
Concerns about blood clots with Johnson & Johnson underscore just how lucky Americans are to have the Pfizer and Moderna shots.
The COVID-19 crisis is nearing its end. But the nurses and home health aides who saw us through it may never recover.
After years of deferring to the uniformed military on major decisions, presidents are pushing back.