Ingrid Nelson, Amherst College The pandemic has either created too much free time or too little. Kitchen-table commutes and reduced social obligations expand mornings and weekends for some, while caretakers and gig […]
‘Doing nothing’ is all the rage – is it a form of resistance, or just an indulgence for the lucky few?
US could save tens of thousands of lives and tens of billions of dollars with 3 weeks of strict COVID-19 measures
Anna Scherbina, Brandeis University
Phillip Reese March 16, 2021 For all of our grousing about covid fatigue, a few novel trends are clear one year into the pandemic. Use Our Content It can be republished […]
Claudia Irizarry Aponte, THE CITY This article was originally publishedon Mar 13 at 6:25pm ESTby THE CITY Edwin Guaman, a father of two “who always put family first” and was “always […]
Arthur Allen and Julie Appleby, Kaiser Health News and Tarena Lofton March 12, 2021 The twists and turns of the American health system can sometimes leave people lost, confused and looking for […]
About half of all Black and Latinx children will benefit from the expansion of the child tax credit, which is also expected to help women return to work by providing funds for […]
Jeffrey L. Littlejohn, Sam Houston State University; Aaron David Hyams, Sam Houston State University; Kristin Henze, Sam Houston State University, and Zachary Montz, Sam Houston State University At least 160 Confederate symbols […]
Louis Jacobson, PolitiFact March 11, 2021 Now that the coronavirus has been in the United States for roughly a year, new numbers are revealing the scale of covid-19’s impact on American […]
Republican lawmakers are stealing our electoral process in broad daylight.
In an op-ed in the New York Times, “Tasmanian Tiger Is Extinct. Why Do People Keep Seeing Them,” the so-called experts strike again. Scientists engage their inner know-it-all, and mass media helps […]