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By Isabella Isaacs-Thomas
William Brangham spoke Thursday with local public media reporters in Georgia, Missouri and Tennessee about how vaccine hesitancy, political messaging, healthcare access and other factors are creating challenges for vaccine rollouts in their regions.
By Amna Nawaz, Vignesh Ramachandran
In the year since COVID-19 entered the U.S., incidents of racially motivated harassment of Asian Americans have been on the rise. See our conversation about the history of AAPI hate crimes and how communities are responding now.
By Candice Norwood
Georgia’s Senate runoffs will determine which party takes control of the U.S. Senate.
By Laura Santhanam
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the lives of millions of children and their families. How has this prolonged period of social distancing affected them? We discuss concerns about child abuse and neglect during this time, as well as toxic stress…
By Courtney Vinopal
With PBS NewsHour’s Amna Nawaz, Dr. Camara Phyllis Jones answered viewer questions about everything from the vaccine rollout process to the risk of gathering with loved ones amid the ongoing pandemic.
As COVID-19 cases across the United States boom, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have advised Americans not to travel for Thanksgiving. So, what should millions of Americans keep in mind as they consider their holiday plans?…
Even after Joe Biden was named the winner of the 2020 presidential contest, the Trump campaign is pursuing lawsuits in a few states in an effort to contest the race calls.
By Yasmeen Alamiri
As votes are still being tallied in the 2020 presidential race, we take a look at the paths forward for President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden and which states still hang in the balance.
The White House released a statement on Friday -- less than 24 hours after his positive test was announced -- that the president will be moved to Walter Reed hospital.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who long stood for women’s rights issues and became the court’s second female justice, died Friday, Sept. 18 at her home in Washington, D.C.
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