So far, there is no consensus about whether the drugs are safe and effective for treating COVID-19, as it is still very early in the testing process.
ProPublica health care reporter Caroline Chen dug into the projections to learn what to make of them. Forecasts are fuzzy, but the takeaway is clear: Stay home.
An unprecedented shift in human population is one reason why more diseases originate in Asia and Africa.
To build career skills, faculty teach fermentation at a brewery, hospitality at a ski resort.
Scientists know surprisingly little about today’s remnant biodiversity in the grasslands – especially the status of what we call “big small mammals,” such as badgers, foxes, jackrabbits and porcupines.
There is one clear rule about that money: Candidates can’t use it for personal expenses, like mortgage payments, groceries, clothing purchases or vacations. But there are a lot of other options, both within politics and outside of it.
Scores of organs — mostly kidneys — are trashed each year and many more are critically delayed while being shipped on commercial airliners.
Under President Donald Trump, Border Patrol agents wield nearly unchecked power over the fate of migrants — and their seemingly random decisions can cleave families apart.
Energy-conscious retrofits can dramatically reduce the carbon footprint of housing without the need to start from scratch.
For years, the company has moved billions in profits to Puerto Rico to avoid taxes. When the IRS pushed it to pay, Microsoft protested that the agency wasn’t being nice. Then it aggressively fought back in court, lobbied Congress and changed the law.
For many rural residents, paying a monthly premium and still facing thousands of dollars in out-of-pocket costs can feel like having no insurance at all.
The state is spending money to find solutions to some of higher ed’s biggest problems.
The technician who gave you that shiny manicure may be inhaling dangerous levels of toxic chemicals on the job.
Online programs allow students to plug away at their own speed on problems matched to their individual learning needs — a format that works well for some students. But there are also pitfalls.
The interest in taxes comes as states grapple with a marked increase in e-cigarette use among teens. Nearly 28% of high school students reported using e-cigarettes in 2019.
The experience exposes the risks, rewards of increasingly popular free-tuition programs.
Though Sondland had not backed Trump in his bid to be the Republican candidate, he contributed $1 million after the election to Trump’s inaugural committee.
There is nothing requiring the senators to remain silent on the issues. No written law or rule instructs senators to take that approach.
Those who lost special education services were 52 percentage points less likely to graduate high school and 38 points less likely to enroll in college as a result, according to the study.
But fewer students are paying the full tuition. Is widespread discounting helping more people afford higher education, or just making it more complicated?