Arthur Allen When he started researching a troublesome childhood infection nearly four decades ago, virologist Dr. Barney Graham, then at Vanderbilt University, had no inkling his federally funded work might … Continue Reading Government-Funded Scientists Laid the Groundwork for Billion-Dollar Vaccines
In January 2021, Donald Trump will assume the title of pretender, the first widely-recognized President of the United States in exile. It will not be pretty. The first evidence of … Continue Reading The coming presidency-in-exile
Ever since the liberal mainstream media called the election for Joe Biden even before all the votes were counted and with allegations of pro-Democratic voter fraud all across this great … Continue Reading Trump could use this little-known loophole to still win the election
Samantha Young SACRAMENTO — When the U.S. Supreme Court hears a case Tuesday that could decide the fate of the Affordable Care Act, California will be leading the defense to … Continue Reading Justices Bound to See ACA as ‘Indispensable,’ Says Californian Leading Defense
Georgia’s two U.S. senators have a bone to pick with the state’s Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger. See, last week, they ran for re-election in a rare double election (usually … Continue Reading Georgia Secretary of State: Be better candidates if you want to win elections
Cities across the U.S. broke out in spontaneous celebration after the Associated Press projected that Joe Biden will win Pennsylvania and, thus, the presidency. In Philadelphia and Atlanta – which … Continue Reading It hasn’t felt like this in a long time
Across Twitter, armchair pundits and genuine pundits alike are a little frustrated by the lack of a call in the presidential election. No major network, nor the Associated Press, has … Continue Reading Joe Biden is the winner – but we don’t know how, yet
Julie Rovner Former Vice President Joe Biden appeared to be inching toward the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency Wednesday afternoon, but at the same time it was … Continue Reading A Biden Win and Republican Senate Might Lead to Gridlock on Health Issues
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Another Pyramid contributor challenged me to a simple contest: predict the outcome of today’s election and whoever is closest gets, you know, the honor of being closest. While he took … Continue Reading There’s a chance we look back on this and laugh, right?
Four years ago, my uncle sent a mass e-mail to me and a bunch of other relatives asking us to make election prediction maps and explain our reasoning, and that … Continue Reading Will the Switch to Voting by Mail be an Empowerment or an Obstacle?
Harris Meyer If they’ve been listening to President Donald Trump, seniors may be expecting a $200 debit card in the mail any day now to help them pay for prescription … Continue Reading A $200 Debit Card Won’t Do Much for Seniors’ Drug Costs
Miles Taylor, chief of staff to U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen, was the author of “I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration,” a 2018 New … Continue Reading It Isn’t Just Trump’s Behavior
Julie Rovner If President Donald Trump wins reelection next week, it seems unlikely he will unveil the health plan he’s been promising since before his election in 2016. Still, other … Continue Reading If Trump Wins, Don’t Hold Your Breath Waiting for That ACA Replacement Plan
Yesterday was a milestone in our long national nightmare: the last debate of the 2020 election cycle! Well, unless we really are in a time loop. As FiveThirtyEight points out, … Continue Reading Last, and Also Least
Julie Rovner, Kaiser Health News If Joe Biden wins the presidency in November, health is likely to play a high-profile role in his agenda. Just probably not in the way … Continue Reading Biden’s Big Health Agenda Won’t Be Easy to Achieve