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Dec 22 2020
Drug makers including BioNTech and Moderna are scrambling to test their COVID-19 vaccines against the new fast-spreading variant of the virus that is raging in Britain, the latest challenge in the breakneck race to curb the pandemic.
Ugur Sahin, chief executive of Germany’s BioNTech, which with partner Pfizer took less than a year to get a vaccine approved, said on Tuesday he needsReuters
Aug 04 2020
Several new studies are deepening our understanding of infection and transmission in kids, but there’s still a lot we don’t know.
In mid-June, a sleepaway camp in Georgia opened for its first camp session of the summer, welcoming 363 campers and 234 staffers and trainees back for what was supposed to be a fun summer outdoors. The camp followed most of the Centers for Disease Control andVox
Sep 22 2020
At least 8.7 million or more Americans could be at risk of losing out on $1,200 coronavirus stimulus checks due to incomplete IRS and Treasury Department records, according to a Monday report from Congress’ auditing arm, which examined the unprecedented $2.6 trillion lawmakers passed in emergency support as the coronavirus pandemic took hold.
The Treasury Department determined in AprilForbes
Jun 16 2020
The Thread explores both sides of policy arguments using well-researched data, facts, and arguments, highlighting the common thread of agreement.
HISTORY OF UBI:
Universal Basic Income is not a new concept. One of the earliest cited discussions of UBI was in 1797, when Thomas Paine outlined options for a lump sum to be granted to all citizens at adulthood. More recently, MartinThe Thread
Jun 19 2018
A team of political activists huddled at a Hardee’s one rainy Saturday, wolfing down a breakfast of biscuits and gravy. Then they descended on Antioch, a quiet Nashville suburb, armed with iPads full of voter data and a fiery script.New York Times (News)
Apr 06 2020
U.S. officials anticipated America’s most difficult week yet in the coronavirus crisis and some Asian countries braced for a surge in infections as the global death toll passed 70,000. Some European nations showed signs that restrictions were helping to slow the spread of the disease.
Infections in the U.S. stood at more than 337,000 Monday, with the death toll at 9,653, according toWall Street Journal (News)
May 20 2020
U.S. states and governments around the world are trying to revive their economies after months of shutdowns, as they take tentative steps to ease restrictions imposed to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
State governments in the U.S. estimate the collective expense of fighting the pandemic at some $45 billion, which most want the federal government to repay in full, rather than beWall Street Journal (News)
Apr 29 2017
In a speech Friday, he cited data that means the opposite of what he says.HuffPost
Nov 05 2018
It was the kind of security lapse that gives election officials nightmares. In 2017, a private contractor left data on Chicago's 1.8 million registered voters — including addresses, birth dates and partial Social Security numbers — publicly exposed for months on an Amazon cloud server.Chicago Tribune
May 19 2020
Deciding which groups come next is fraught with ethical dilemmas and ripe for political power plays.
The promise of a coronavirus vaccine by the end of the year creates a difficult political and public health question: Who gets the vaccine first?
Health care workers would be among the first to receive any vaccine so they can continue to work the pandemic’s front lines. ButPolitico