I saw the headline in Memeorandum, but skipped the click because I anticipated fearmongering. Never in my wildest dreams could I have anticipated that …
Most Americans support $3.5B infrastructure bill; FBI fires agent who sat on Larry Nassar complaint in 2015; at most of the 50 largest public colleges …
Biden issues COVID-19 executive order; DOJ sues Texas over SB-1; judge rules Apple must allow developers to use alternate payment systems
CARE Act unemployment benefits expire; fallout from Hurricane Ida continues; Americans second only to Russians in Covid-19 vaccine skepticism; 9-11 ann…
Mississippi passed New Jersey this week to hold the dubious title of "state with the worst COVID-19 death rate"
Beware the rush to judgment evident in the week's coverage of the US withdrawal and remember the caveats of breaking news. Covid-19 case/hospitalizatio…
What’s new with me and what it means for you.
The pandemic is not over. Globally, more people died of COVID19 in the first six months of 2021 than all of 2020.
Federal vaccine distribution system doesn't mean shots get in the right arms locally; cases increasing among children and teens; are vaccination passpo…
The steady decline in the U.S. seven-day case average hit a plateau, two weeks after the SuperBowl; we have US-grown variants of concern in California …
Democrats move quickly on $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill; efficacy explainer; SuperBowl Sunday or #SuperSpreaderBowl?
Both daily cases and hospitalizations continue to decline; 5,927,847 people in the US have been vaccinated (two shots); almost 50M doses have been dist…