Supply chains are operating fine, and we can afford to look after one another.
There is nothing to suggest the virus is manmade. But Chinese policies, including suppression of early reports about the outbreak, have contributed critically to the new pandemic.
There is a concern Russia may be playing a dangerous game with global health.
Even without Donald Trump in office, the current system would be failing, for it has no capacity to protect the nation as a whole.
Viruses don't care about borders, national identities or weapons. The concept of "security" must be redefined.
There are way, way too many favorite Brady moments, as irrational Patriots haters might tell you.
Some religious leaders have suggested eschewing social distancing in favor of prayer. The founder of one of the world's great religions would have a thing or two to say about that.
It's time to accept a simple fact: The Iraq War was a failure from the start. Enough. Bring our troops home.
Thought leaders, politicians and medical professionals should be doing their best to prepare people for what might happen, rather than pronouncing our doom and attacking the president.
Many, many Americans won't make themselves heard in the remaining caucuses and primaries, let alone the presidential election, without a drastic intervention.
Take a look at some of the world's busiest landmarks that are all now but eerily empty.
While many still have to work from home, the question remains: What to do with the free time available when trips to the movies, a museum or the theater are out of the question? Here is a list of museums and other popular tourist attractions that have entire collections or performances available online.
The United States is filled with monuments, exhibits and historical sites commemorating the impact women have had on the nation's history. From New Mexico to upstate New York, here are 10 places dedicated to celebrating the strides women have made over time.
But there are things that can be done to overcome it.
Italy's drastic measures are not an overreaction. President Donald Trump and Congress must do even more to protect the American public and economy.
"Sure, the coronavirus is contagious, and my illness is not. But on any given day, a sneeze on the subway or a flu-carrying coworker can set my health back, causing me to overuse my sick days and risk financial stability."
Many are weaponizing this public health crisis to try to bring down President Donald Trump.
The COVID-19 pandemic is horrific, but the weaknesses in our economy aren't new. The economy never was the stock market. The economy is all of us.
My fellow lawmakers' decision to stoke fear is deeply hurtful and dangerous. Already, we are seeing Asian Americans being stigmatized and attacked.
Alienating immigrants is terrible for America's bottom line. The next president will have to repair the damage.
Anything connected to the internet can be hacked. As digitized voting procedures become more common, wiping out technical difficulties and security risks is crucial.
And least weak may not be what it takes to beat President Donald Trump.
Even if every person on Earth eventually comes down with COVID-19, there are real benefits to making sure it doesn't all happen in the next few weeks.