Walensky Resigns as C.D.C. Director
In an announcement on Friday, the head of the beleaguered agency said she would step down in June. “We made this world a safer place,” she said.
2 Days, 17 Dead, 21 Wounded: Back to Back Massacres Rock Serbia
A day after Serbia’s first mass shooting in seven years, a second one left the small country in shock and its president called for a radical reduction in gun ownership.
Living and Breathing on the Front Line of a Toxic Chemical Zone
As the Biden administration moves to curb health threats caused by toxic chemicals, the debate hits home for families living near petrochemical plants.
Tightening Supreme Court Ethics Rules Faces Steep Hurdles
Revelations about Justice Clarence Thomas’s failure to disclose largess from a Republican donor have highlighted a dilemma.