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Health Sep 08WATCH: Coronavirus vaccine ‘unlikely’ by Election Day, Fauci says
“It’s not impossible...but it’s unlikely that we’ll have a definitive answer” by Nov. 3, Dr. Anthony Fauci told PBS NewsHour anchor and managing editor Judy Woodruff during a virtual health research forum on Sept. 8.
Politics Jun 29READ: Supreme Court’s full decision on Louisiana’s abortion restriction
A Louisiana law requiring doctors who perform abortions to obtain admitting privileges at a nearby hospital “is unconstitutional,” a majority of justices on the Supreme Court ruled Monday.
Nation May 29Read the complaint charging ex-officer Derek Chauvin with George Floyd’s death
"Police are trained that this type of restraint with a subject in a prone position is inherently dangerous," the complaint said.
Arts May 13Looking for a lighthearted joke? Call this Alaska hotline
In Juneau, Alaska, the city's hiking hotline has become become a source of joy during the pandemic. It's no joke.
Health Apr 14Ask us your questions about the coronavirus pandemic
Do you have a question about the novel coronavirus pandemic? Now is your chance to ask the experts.
Politics Mar 03Why Bloomberg bet on memes and influencers this Super Tuesday
The strategy will be put to the test when Michael Bloomberg’s name appears on the ballot for the first time.
Politics Feb 04Hundreds of miles from Iowa, caucusgoers participate in 1st in the nation contest
The gathering was one of 87 “satellite caucus” locations around the world this year aimed at expanding access to more Iowa residents.
Politics Jan 16Read the full watchdog report on Ukraine aid withholding
The Government Accountability Office said the reasoning for withholding the aid is not allowed.
Politics Dec 02Got a question for the 2020 Democratic candidates? We want to hear it
Before our moderators ask the presidential hopefuls some insightful questions, we want to hear from Viewers Like You.
Politics Sep 09How would Andrew Yang give Americans $1,000 per month? With this tax
Andrew Yang plans to give every American adult $1,000 a month in universal basic income, as a way to offset job loss from automation. And, he wants to pay for it, in large part, with a value-added tax.