.The New York Times

March 21, 2022

FDA’s Expert Panel on Vaccines Will Discuss U.S. Booster Strategy in April

The FDA announced that it would convene a meeting of its outside advisory panel on vaccines to discuss the U.S. Covid booster strategy.
March 18, 2022

Gig Workers Say High Gas Prices May Be a Breaking Point

Some drivers say they find it hard to justify spending hours on the road for Uber or Lyft as fuel costs continue to tick upward.
March 17, 2022

Refugee Crisis Will Test a European Economy Under Pressure

No matter how the catastrophe in Ukraine ends, the costs of helping the millions of Ukrainians fleeing Russian bombs will be staggering.
March 11, 2022

House Passes $1.5 Trillion Spending Bill as Democrats Drop COVID Aid

Measure fueled in large part by bipartisan support for a $13.6 billion aid package to help Ukraine as it endures Russia's invasion.
March 3, 2022

Jan. 6 Committee Lays Out Potential Criminal Charges Against Trump

In a court filing in a civil case in California, the committee’s lawyers laid out their theory of a potential criminal case against the former president.
February 25, 2022

How the World Is Seeking to Put Pressure on Russia

The West widened its efforts to crack down on Russia by targeting Putin’s top allies, the country’s banking system and its access to crucial technology.
February 25, 2022

Say Hello Again to the Office, Fingers Crossed

The two-year mark since many U.S. businesses sent their office workers home is approaching, and some executives have delivered a long-delayed message: Return-to-office plans are real this time.
February 21, 2022

CDC Isn’t Publishing Large Portions of the COVID-19 Data It Collects

Two years into the pandemic, the agency leading the country’s response to the public health emergency has published only a fraction of the data collected.