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The gap between rates set for private insurers and employers vs. those by the federal government stirs the debate over a government-run health plan.
He was known for taking on difficult cases, many involving children. An anti-rejection drug he developed led to a scandal, but he was vindicated.
Despite the president’s repeated claims that a vaccine will be available in October, scientists, companies and federal officials all say that most people won’t get one until well into next year.
The company hopes to earn the trust of the public and of scientists who have clamored for details of its study.
In releasing the blueprint, Moderna hopes to earn the trust of the public and of scientists who have clamored for details of its study.
A giant new vessel, OceanXplorer, seeks to unveil the secrets of the abyss for a global audience.
President Trump urged Republicans to “go for the much higher numbers” in stalled negotiations over another economic recovery package, undercutting his party’s push for a bare-bones plan.
Staggering rain totals, fueled by a warming atmosphere that can hold more moisture, are being recorded from the storm.
One of the biggest surveys ever of ancient DNA offers new evidence of who the Vikings were and where they went raiding and trading.
But the changes could backfire, experts say, pushing more insurers to stop offering coverage in areas where fire risk is rising because of climate change.
Scientists have found a potent chemical that might give Australian giant stinging trees their extraordinarily painful punch.
Despite the president’s statements about military involvement in the vaccine rollout, officials said that for most people, “there will be no federal official who touches any of this vaccine.”
Leather goods made of fungi are versatile and sustainable, a new study finds.
Extreme temperatures and more severe droughts, the result of human-caused climate change, have created a world that’s ready to burn.
A so-called monoclonal antibody lowered blood levels of the coronavirus and prevented hospitalizations. The research has not yet been vetted by independent experts.
The president said at a town-hall-style event that the virus would disappear on its own and that the U.S. was “rounding a corner,” a view at odds with those of public health officials.
Christie’s is hoping to break records with its sale of the dinosaur, nicknamed Stan, which will be on public view through Oct. 21.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that the House would not leave for the November elections without acting on an additional round of aid. Pakistani high schools and universities reopened for the first time in nearly six months.
New research suggests there is a relationship between the diversity of a bee’s diet and the size of its croissaint-shaped brain.
Basic firefighting techniques have changed little in decades — but fires themselves are now changing as the world warms, complicating an already perilous profession.