I was deployed in Afghanistan, and by the end, I thought the situation was hopeless. But my cynicism eventually melted away, as I suppose America’s will.
States do not have a defensible reason for denying children recommended medical care.
Wars and skirmishes don’t occur in a vacuum.
Teaching civics could restore health to American democracy, or inflame our mutual antagonisms.
In Peru, a nation once marked by its successful fight against poverty, voters now face a pair of unappealing alternatives.
The agency’s communication strategy has lagged so consistently behind the research that it’s brought new meaning to the concept of “following the science.”
The American Federation of Teachers, which I lead, is committed to making this happen.
The renowned filmmaker Ken Burns has a new project called UNUM, about the sources of connection rather than separation…
The three populist pillars of a new approach to vaccinating America: beer, bacon, and lottery tickets
Today’s economic conditions are not just holding Millennials back. They are stratifying them, leading to unequal experiences within the generation as well as between it and other cohorts.
The U.S. should delay shots for children until global vaccine-manufacturing capacity significantly expands and the crisis in India subsides.
And points to how we prevent the next pandemic.
For most young people, the social and emotional benefits of taking masks off outdoors greatly outweigh the personal and public-health advantages of keeping them on.
The growth of the medieval city of Angkor involved wealthy elites pushing people off the land they had made valuable.
Daily shots are plummeting. Why?
The job of a news reporter today is to declare what you can’t yet know to people convinced that they already do.
The popular newsletter service is changing the media business—and selling soap operas to people who think they’re above soap operas.
For some Americans, history isn’t the story of what actually happened; it’s the story they want to believe.
A raging outbreak in Brazil threatens gains against the virus.
The new attorney general has inherited a department plagued by scandal, just as Edward Levi did in 1975.