Amid the disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of people who have health insurance actually rose, and has now hit record highs.
Prolonged grief is normal—and even necessary.
More than 30 years after the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the burden of enforcement often still falls on disabled people and their families.
Analysis | fairness | blame | Pandemic | coronavirus | morality | individualism
People misuse morality to demonize one another’s choices and actions, letting policymakers and corporations off the hook.
Wichita, Kansas, is using about 70% of its vouchers to help unsheltered people and those fleeing domestic violence, one of the highest usage rates in the country.
The American Rescue Plan provided an opportunity for smaller communities to democratize their budgeting.
Opinion | Eviction moratorium | #CancelRent | Congress | Student Loan Debt | Joe Biden | Housing | Eviction
We keep saying we can’t go back to the way we were before the pandemic. But we just might be doing that.
As government-run health care buckles under India’s second COVID wave, residents are turning to social media to try to locate life-saving care.
Across the country, volunteers are using their digital savvy to help at-risk people access the COVID vaccine.
Opinion | American Rescue Plan | Coronavirus Coverage | Federal Stimulus | Family | Economy | working mothers | childcare tax credit
The American Rescue Plan offers a lot of fixes to long-term issues affecting American families. That’s why they shouldn’t be allowed to expire in a year.
Less-populated states like Alaska, West Virginia, and South Dakota are leading the nation when it comes to COVID-19 vaccination rates.
From making comfort food to speaking with ancestors, immigrant families across the U.S. are turning to cultural traditions to cope with the isolation and stress of quarantine.
Nursing homes using the Green House Project’s model of residential care are weathering the pandemic better than traditional institutions. Here’s why.
Opinion | Donald Trump | Voter Suppression | Electoral College | Joe Biden | 2020 Election | Early Voting | Election 2020
There are some positive signs, but otherwise this is still the biggest trash fire of an election since… well, since 2016.
Cooler weather means more time spent indoors, which requires greater precautions to avoid contracting or spreading the coronavirus.
As the U.S. braces for a seasonal uptick in COVID-19 cases, two public health researchers assess what’s worked for states to keep infection rates low.
Heat is deadlier than other climate-related disasters, but the solutions are simpler.
The police killing of João Pedro Mattos Pinto, a 14-year-old Black Brazilian in Rio de Janeiro, unmasked the scope of police brutality amid a pandemic and led to an unprecedented court decision.
Regardless of schooling situation, these four strategies belong in every child's mental health toolkit.
There’s a mentality in prisons that places more value on power than protecting human life and we need to talk about that.
We need a different way to name the type of partnership between people and their government.
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