Just a few months into its rollout, COVAX is now short tens of millions of doses. It has shipped some 50 million vaccines to low- and middle-income countries. It’s a fraction of what it had hoped to get out by now, and an even tinier fraction of what’s actually needed.
Eyewitness perspectives, like those of survivor Halina Litman Yasharoff Peabody, have served as invaluable educational resources for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum since the institution opened 25 years ago. But as the number of survivors dwindle, the museum must prepare for a future without them.
The president has certain powers to protect the country, but the children of people incarcerated in World War II say that power can be abused. The court should be a check.
Any potential money is barred by a congressional act known as the Dickey Amendment, which mandates that none of the funds available for injury prevention and control at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) would be “used to advocate or promote gun control."
With private space competition on full boil, the ISS looks to find its place in next chapter of space habitation
The International Space Station is coming up on 20 years since it was first launched. But what does its future hold in six more years?
Playwright Mary Kathryn Nagle's new play, "Sovereignty," at the Arena Stage in Washington, DC, puts her Cherokee ancestors center stage along with American history to tell a bold tale of justice.
President Donald Trump has been able to count on the support of many evangelical Christians. But many evangelical leaders are speaking out in favor of the DACA program that Trump has decided to cancel.
Speech analysis shows Donald Trump's address to Congress to be pretty normal compared with other recent presidents. That's a departure from Trump's usual style.
We know that when women are included in policing, given a seat at peace negotiations, and allowed to make and influence policy, the world is a safer place. Will the Trump administration take these facts into account?
For the second time in two days, President Donald Trump was asked by reporters about rising anti-Semitism in America. And each time, he declined to offer a straight and clear condemnation of anti-Jewish bigotry.