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How you can help someone who is struggling with the guilt of transmitting COVID

When someone unintentionally kills someone else, it's usually because of a car crash. In 2020, COVID-19 could easily have been the No. 1 cause of such deaths.

The silver lining of 2020

For obvious reasons, 2020 will not go down as a good year. At the same time, it has brought more scientific progress than any year in recent memory — and these advances will last long after COVID-19 as a major threat is gone.

How we can learn our way out of the pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has seen remarkable and rapid research in vaccines and therapeutics, but disappointingly little research to shed light on the interventions we currently use to reduce SARS-CoV2 transmission.

Education in a time of pandemic: Not making the grade

When it comes to her daughter Emerson’s education, Sarrin Warfield says, she’s “in it to win it.”

Buttigieg may finally give the US its infrastructure day

Former mayor and one-time presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg has been tapped to be President-elect Joe Biden’s transportation secretary.

Quite soon, 2020 will be history — will we learn from it?

What will we remember when we look back on 2020?

Even with a vaccine, we could be living with COVID-19 for years to come

Many seem to believe that the eventual development of an effective SARS-CoV-2 vaccine will allow us to return to “normal.” If only we can hold on a bit longer, all will be well. But does that view align with science?

The crime against migrant children that Biden needs to repair

More than 5,400 children have been detained and separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border by the Trump administration since 2017.

Could Trump’s legacy be a more lenient immigration system?

For the past four years, debate about immigration policies has grown both more heated and more beside the point.

On Day 1, Biden should end Trump’s vaccine nationalism

Declaring “America is back,” President-elect Joe Biden has pledged to rejoin the world as an active and engaged nation, committed to working with our allies and partners to tackle the most pressing issues facing us today.

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