A single death has been confirmed—now public health officials must keep an outbreak from becoming an epidemic By Erin Blakemore It’s been three years since the Democratic Republic of Congo faced down its last epidemic of Ebola. Now, a case… Read More ›
The bill will mainly protect corporations who are polluting our water, land, and air quality.
By Coral Davenport and Gardiner Harris LE BOURGET, France — One of the largest gatherings of world leaders in history began a multinational effort Monday toward forging what many called the planet’s last, best hope to stave off the worst… Read More ›
More kids in the U.S., especially low-income and foster-care children, are on antipsychotics than in any other country. States are just starting to intervene. By Chris Kardish Allen Brenzel, a child psychiatrist in Lexington, Ky., can point to the moment… Read More ›
On May 4, Stephen Curry, deadeye starting point guard for the Golden State Warriors, was named the 2015 National Basketball Association MVP. In honor of his award, Baltimore-based athletic gear firm Under Armour announced a special edition of his Curry… Read More ›
Average Number of Days above 95 degrees Along the coast, rising sea-levels will likely put billions of dollars of property and infrastructure at risk. Further inland, increasingly warm and dry conditions threaten the productivity of one of the richest agricultural… Read More ›
By Rmuse; It is certain that since Americans elected an African American man as President, much of the world is aware that Republicans have deliberately and with malice aforethought acted to wipe out America’s government in one form or another;… Read More ›