U.S.

March, 2020

  • 27 March

    4 Reasons Not to Buy Guns in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Social isolation can also exacerbate the risk factors for suicide, including feelings of anxiety, despair, and helplessness. Adding guns into that equation heightens the risk of fatal self-harm.

  • 26 March

    COVID-19 Treatment: Research on 3 Antivirals and 10 Vaccines Being Fast-tracked

    Many of the proposals now under study come from research groups that have spent years working to combat similar coronaviruses, particularly SARS and MERS.

  • 19 March

    10 Industries Relying on a Growing Digital Transformation

    Learning about and embracing technology is one of the most significant ways industries can continue to develop alongside consumers. Any business that doesn't have a website, social media presence and even a dedicated app is missing out on the chance to reach people with a resource they use the most.

  • 19 March

    Election Contingency Planning During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    In response to COVID-19, actions should be taken to protect elections and Americans' right to vote.

  • 18 March

    The US Owes $23.5 trillion – But Can Still Afford a Big Stimulus Package

    As long as U.S. fiscal institutions are strong and effective, and the long-run productive capacity of the nation’s economy is secure, there is no economic reason to worry the government can’t afford a large stimulus package.

  • 18 March

    Coronavirus Quarantines and Your Legal Rights: 4 Questions Answered

    History has shown us that whenever the United States has encountered a biological threat, the government invariably weighs individual freedoms against the compelling need to protect the rest of us from a widespread epidemic.

February, 2020

  • 26 February

    How Can We Prepare for the Coronavirus? 3 Questions Answered

    Editor’s note: Public health officials in the U.S. warned that the coronavirus, which has in large part spared the U.S., is coming and that the country needs to be prepared. But just what does this mean for you, as well as for public health officials? Aubree Gordon, public health scholar at the University of Michigan, explains.

  • 7 February

    Democratic Plans for Raising Taxes on the Rich: A Guide for the Middle Class

    If a Democrat wins the White House in 2020 and Congress is controlled by the Democrats, the rich will almost certainly lose their large gains under Trump.

January, 2020

  • 9 January

    Trump, Like Obama, Tests the Limits of Presidential War Powers

    With Congress bitterly divided along partisan lines, it’s clear the majority of senators – Republicans – will have veto power over any congressional effort to check Trump’s actions.

December, 2019

  • 31 December

    7 Strategies to Succeed with Your New Year’s Resolutions

    Remember, you aren’t likely to achieve your New Year’s resolutions by being self-critical and hard on yourself. Instead, boost your willpower through a series of small and strategic steps that will help you succeed.