Fmr Senator On GOP Opposing Vaccine Mandate: Are We Going to Go Back to the Days of Children Dying … of Chicken Pox?
The virulence with which Republicans -- including a number of Republican state governors around the country -- are opposing the vaccine mandate which President Biden is implementing has at least one former Democratic senator from Missouri frightened for the future of the health of American children.
The new vaccine mandates and enforcement actions President Biden announced Thursday in an address from the White House should help in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic, but even more likely is needed, according to a prominent vaccinologist.
The new Texas abortion ban which took effect last week -- after the US Supreme Court took a pass on an emergency appeal of the law -- has reawakened the debate about President Biden and congressional Democrats taking action to reform the high court after Donald Trump and his Republican allies spent four years tilting it to the hard right.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's pledge to pass federal legislation to reverse the new Texas abortion ban might be entirely well-meaning, but it's also a completely empty promise.
Although he's optimistic that Americans will soon have a vaccine against the novel coronavirus, the nation's premier epidemiologist warns that won't be an end to what's become the daily reality of wearing masks and social distancing.
President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris spent part of Tuesday trying to focus the nation's attention on what's at stake if the Supreme Court should strike down the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
While Republicans try to make so-called "court packing" an issue in the home stretch of this year's elections, Democrat Joe Biden asserts that it's Donald Trump who is guilty of the practice.
With just weeks to go until Election Day, Democrat Joe Biden clapped back at Donald Trump over Trump's criticism that Biden's anti-vaccine in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
NIH Director on Coronavirus Vaccine: Nothing Will Get Pushed Through Unless It Meets the Highest Standards
With much debate over the potential for a vaccine for the novel coronavirus, the director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) guarantees that whatever vaccine which emerges will measure up to the "highest standards."
Dr. Fauci Tells Elizabeth Warren Coronavirus Death Toll Will Be ‘Very Disturbing,’ Predicts Up to 100k Cases Per Day
With most states prioritizing their economies over stay-at-home orders, and a federal response which has been largely MIA, the novel coronavirus pandemic will only get worse in the United States, according to one of the top US experts on the matter.