Dr. Anthony Fauci on Sunday defended raising the bar on his projections about herd immunity for COVID-19 — insisting that he’s only been offering “estimates” all along. “We have to realize that we have to be humble and realize what we don’t
To the Editor: Re “When Did Republicans Start Hating Facts?” (column, Dec. 15): The line from Ronald Reagan to Donald Trump and our current situation may be even straighter and darker than Paul Krugman paints it. Consider the following core Reagan messages:
Christmas Day isn’t just the most important day of the year for our friends in the North Pole. It’s also a landmark day for the N.B.A., where for decades the league has put its top stars and best teams in matchups against
WASHINGTON – The mammoth spending bill Congress approved Monday to curb the spiraling pandemic and prevent a government shutdown carries another description: a substantial step to confront climate change. Environmental advocates are touting the $2.3 trillion bill as a potential game-changer thanks to tax
Some COVID-19 survivors claim the virus has wreaked havoc on their sense of scent –leaving them smelling “disgusting” odors such as fish and burnt toast. Dr. Nirmal Kumar, who is an ear, nose and throat surgeon in the UK, said the “very
WASHINGTON — Lawmakers on Sunday urged President Trump to sign a sweeping $900 billion aid package after millions of Americans lost their unemployment coverage on Saturday as the president put the fate of the measure in limbo by pushing for bigger relief
To the Editor: Thank you, David Brooks, for your lovely tribute to Mark Shields on the occasion of his retirement as a regular analyst on “PBS NewsHour” (“It’s a Pleasure to Really Know Mark Shields,” column, Dec. 18). Your conversations on Friday
“There have been some stunning absurdities that defy logic and common sense,” China Economic Weekly said. Yet there has also been progress. Two companies, Yangtze Memory Technologies and ChangXin Memory Technologies, are gearing up to put China on the map in memory
Jon Huber, a pro wrestler known in the ring as Luke Harper and Brodie Lee, died on Saturday. He was 41. His death followed a battle with a “lung issue” unrelated to Covid-19, his wife, Amanda Huber, said on Instagram. Aside from
Despite saying two years ago that “I do not believe I will coach again,” Urban Meyer is at the center of multiple reports saying he is interested in an NFL gig. The three-time National Championship winner has explored the idea of the
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