Trump advocated shutting infected Americans out of the country during the 2014 outbreak. But Tom Price praised Obama’s response and said the U.S. has a moral responsibility to care for its health volunteers abroad.
A question for the 2017 Aspen Ideas Festival: In a country of diverse ideologies, how will Americans coexist in peace and prosperity?
Tom Price questioned the ability of the agency to estimate the number of people who would lose health insurance under Congress’s Obamacare repeal-and-replace plan.
When Michele Norris, journalist and founder of the Race Card Project, goes to the doctor’s office, her mother calls her…
Black sites in the war-ravaged country help ensure that it will remain fertile ground for terrorists for years to come.
Hundreds of people had rushed to collect the leaking fuel before it ignited.
Misinformation about well-being is particularly rife, and particularly dangerous.
As politicians purposefully polarize their own society for political profit, the result is rage and violence.
The artist’s Guggenheim show uses olfactory experiments to overturn assumptions about gender, race, and hygiene.
Talk about money and test scores often obscures the hopes and struggles of the people who form under-resourced school communities.
Normally, a bill this unpopular wouldn’t stand a chance. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s health-care bill seems designed to let reluctant senators amend it, and claim victory.
Rufus Edmisten reflects on his time working on the Senate Watergate Committee.
New documents show how when given the opportunity, the Democratic Party was as ruthless as their GOP counterparts in trying to redistrict their rivals out of existence.
Emphasizing the way scientific findings play out in people’s everyday lives could help.
On the basic social disconnection that underlies addiction
The incident left some members unable to access their email accounts.
A memory trick that plays on the human brain’s innate desire for narrative.
Former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy thinks emotional well-being can help reduce gun deaths.
The most popular news channel in the Arab world sits uneasily at the center of the Qatar crisis.
As Washington loses patience with the Gulf crisis, the Saudi-led campaign resorts to extreme measures.
Highlights from seven days of reading about arts and entertainment
Gyms and other secular communities are starting to fill spiritual and social needs for many nonreligious people.
In its second season, the Ava DuVernay-helmed show confidently tackles the messy bonds of siblings and the trickledown effects of racial profiling.
A vacation spot in northwestern India bills itself as one of the best places in the country to see the Milky Way.
The president’s policies in office have aligned almost perfectly with Vladimir Putin’s goals.
In a new paper, researchers dispute a popular argument for arming everyday citizens. “There is not even the slightest hint in the data that [these] laws reduce violent crime,” they write.
The evacuations follow a deadly fire at the Grenfell Tower, where flammable cladding likely contributed to the deaths of at least 79 residents.
Two separate juries have been unable to agree on whether Ray Tensing is guilty of murder.
A Washington Post report on 2016 election interference raises the question: What could Obama have done differently?
Recalling the Ebola outbreak of 2014, Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, lamented…