The Assembly meets for the first session of an election year, and Republicans are looking to signal their priorities to their base.
Jan. 22 marks the 49th — and very likely last — anniversary of the Supreme Court’s landmark abortion decision, Roe v. Wade. The court’s conservative supermajority seems poised to overturn later this year the ruling that legalized abortion nationwide. Also this week, the Biden administration turns 1, with much of its domestic and health agenda yet unrealized. Alice Miranda Ollstein of Politico, Shefali Luthra of the 19th, and Kimberly Leonard of Insider join KHN’s Julie Rovner to discuss these issues and more. Also this week, Rovner interviews Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the Susan B. Anthony List, about what a post-Roe world might look like.
Also, a reader with a home rosacea remedy elicits a response about politics.
With booster shots now being recommended, many are wondering if they can get a booster shot different from the vaccines they originally receiv…
On this week's political podcast, Milfred and Hands interview a UW-Madison expert about when the pandemic will finally be over
Ultimately, a continued push for increased vaccinations remains the key tool to mitigating the virus' spread, Evers said.
Biden Administration Announces , Plan to Fight Omicron Variant. Biden Administration Announces , Plan to Fight Omicron Variant. 'The Washingto…
The nation's COVID-19 death toll stands at around 800,000 as the anniversary of the U.S. vaccine rollout arrives. Here's a closer look at vaccination rates, mandates and more.
A federal judge has blocked the Biden administration from enforcing a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for employees of federal contractors.
Dr. Laura Forman of Kent Hospital in Rhode Island, talks about boosting vaccination rates around the world and how health care workers are get…
Wisconsin DHS has joined the CDC in recommending COVID-19 vaccine booster shots for all adults.
Older Americans and other groups particularly vulnerable to the virus have had access to a third dose of the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine since September.
Here's a roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue stories and visuals of the week. None of these are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. Here are the facts.
Blurb: Some front-line workers who die of covid-19 have been considered eligible for accidental death benefits because it is presumed their infection was contracted on the job. But some employers now suggest that if the workers didn’t follow established safety protocols, such as getting vaccinated, those benefits may be denied.
U.S. health officials on Tuesday gave the final signoff to Pfizer’s kid-size COVID-19 shot, a major expansion of the nation’s vaccination campaign.
"Not everyone was vaccinated at the same time, so we will regularly repeat the process of identifying" who can get a booster, a corrections spokesperson said.
A panel of U.S. health advisers on Tuesday endorsed kid-size doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, moving the U.S. closer to beginning vaccinations in children ages 5 to 11.
The dispute in Chicago is emblematic of tension across the country between unions and employers as cities and businesses seek to enforce vaccine mandates.
Many kids are being heavily influenced and brainwashed by social media. Source by: Stringr
Pfizer asked the U.S. government to allow use of its COVID-19 vaccine in children ages 5 to 11 -- and if regulators agree, shots could begin w…