While some Pfizer recipients can now get an extra shot, federal officials are still mum on what’s next for the at-risk individuals who got Moderna or J&J.
A conversation with the former Google CEO Eric Schmidt
Respecting personal boundaries is important in all interactions. The pandemic has made that clearer than ever.
Olaf Scholz rooted his campaign in respect—and won.
Facebook is acting like a hostile foreign power; it’s time we treated it that way.
A weather report can’t replace an umbrella, and a coronavirus test can’t replace a shot.
A group called Counterweight assists people who feel that their bosses and co-workers are forcing them to endorse social-justice beliefs.
There’s no clean end to this story.
A poem for Sunday
One of the ocean’s top predators has met its match.
The U.S. has fallen far behind in distributing the vaccines that it pioneered.
The U.S. has built many layers of protection against attack, and toughness doesn’t require endless war.
They have President Joe Biden on their side. But will their ideological victory be empty?
The controversial cult brand LuLaRoe sold a powerful idea: that mothers could succeed as entrepreneurs while spending meaningful time with their kids.
How one professor changed the culture of mathematics for his students
Nicki Minaj fans are defending her vaccine hesitancy, and the right is using it as a recruitment opportunity.
A group of films that will prompt you to ask: “What did I just watch?”
As he extends Trump-era policies, President Biden discovers that many voters are no longer willing to give him the benefit of the doubt.
Many psychologists wrongly assumed that coercive attitudes exist only among conservatives.
A new leaked document is stirring up another frenzy over the pandemic’s origins. What does it really tell us?
Get ready for fall TV. Here are seven premieres to put on your calendar.
For decades, the mascara-laden Tammy Faye was relentlessly mocked. Maybe America got her wrong.
Just because the new count of votes in Maricopa County confirms Biden as the victor doesn’t mean the debacle was legitimate.
For a particular group of Jews, art is typically a form of decor, not commentary. But a new generation of artists is trying to make nonconformist pieces while remaining observant.
With tens of millions of Americans eligible for booster shots, the term could start to lose its meaning.
Rarely has so significant a faction in American politics behaved in a way that so directly claims the life of its own supporters.
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Betting on Tom Brady’s next completion may sound like harmless fun. But it’s not.
Even parents who are enthusiastic about the vaccines may not want their young children to be first in line.
“I hope she does whatever she wants to do—even if that is going to the gas station without shoes on.”