Here's some free advice for Joe Biden: Not Elizabeth Warren. Not Kamala Harris. Not Amy Klobuchar. A vice president needs to offer you something that you don't already have.
Democrats need the enthusiasm of women of color like me to win. Without us, the country will suffer another four years of President Donald Trump.
The medical community, our patients, their families and legislators need to have all the information the require to understand the spirit and the specifics of an ethical approach to rationing during this critical time.
The allocation must be standardized—ideally, on a state level—and we must make sure the ones who weren't prioritized for life-saving treatment still get the best possible emotional support and pain control.
There's more than one battle to be won in the fight for safer, healthier America.
History shows how the term patient zero leads to blame and scapegoating.
Only a small minority of students chose to return to campus—many of them international students with nowhere else to go—and they too are studying online.
In both cases there is a curve that must be flattened in order to avoid the worst outcomes, and in both cases disinformation is readily ramped up and must be countered.
Temperatures reached 20.75 degrees Celsius on Seymour Island east of the Antarctic Peninsula.
Coronavirus symptoms were detected in the cat after the owner tested positive for COVID-19.
Welcome to "On the Street," my first column for Newsweek.com.
On legal merits, there is a solid case against Maduro and his associates. But the course of action pursued by the DOJ is unwise.
It's partly because the data set is still relatively small. But partly because it all very much depends on what each of us does about it.
We don't like to think about dying. But the responsible thing to do is to consider those we will leave if we do—and settle issues like custody and inheritance instead of letting the burden fall on them.
Already, we have seen more than 10 primaries postponed. This is just a preview of what's to come unless Congress takes action.
The new coronavirus has created turbulent times, in Iran as throughout the world. But Christian converts from Islam like Mary Mohammadi find hope in their newfound faith.
What do two Americans who are classical musicians do while quarantined in their newly adopted home in Italy? Play a nightly concert on their balcony, of course. It's a gift for their Italian neighbors, but they also have a strong message for Americans, too.
The two viruses are nowhere similar—but the fight against ebola holds valuable insights for the fight we're in today, and the fights to come.
Most every Democrat and progressive will support Biden, regardless of who is selected #2. But the real Democratic imperative is to win back the large number of blue collar voters who abandoned Hillary in 2016.
Anti-Chinese propaganda and economic punishments might feel cathartic in a frightening time, but lawmakers need to focus on what is actually in U.S. interests.
China's actions are even more infuriating in light of the Foreign Ministry's allegations that the coronavirus came from the United States.