Commentary

Hundreds of health professionals recently urged government leaders to “hit the reset button” on Covid-19 by shutting the country down a second time. These blanket lockdowns pose a greater health risk to most people than the virus itself. Many Americans are so scared of Covid-19 they’ve stopped...

California is suffering from raging wildfires that, as of September 10th, have burned over 3.1 million acres, caused 12 fatalities, and destroyed over 3,900 structures. Residents are also enduring rolling electricity blackouts and unaffordable energy, yet California’s greenhouse gas emissions are now rising while the long-term national decline...

Los Angeles Times readers might think the first night of the Republican National Convention was nothing more than a non-stop attack on California. In its coverage of the first evening’s events, the paper posted the headline “RNC speakers paint California as a dangerous dystopia.” Missing from...

Title: How drugmakers can keep their pledge and still deliver an October vaccine surprise By: Michael Erman, Julie Steenhuysen, Reuters As questions mount over whether the United States will authorize a coronavirus vaccine ahead of November elections, experts say there is a slim chance that enough evidence...

California was hit last month with rolling blackouts, for the first in nearly two decades. Gov. Gavin Newsom says he knows why. His answer is not politically popular. But it is correct. According to Politico, “the exact root” of the trouble “is still unclear as more power outages...