The reunion episode of the show about local government in the fictional city of Pawnee, Indiana offered a lighthearted take on the pandemic.
This crisis is the ideal time to make radical changes to how we work in America.
Up to 1 in 4 rural teens and young adults are not in school or working.
Gov. Brian Kemp has taken the most aggressive measures of any state leader to lift restrictions imposed by the pandemic. Black community leaders say he’s being reckless.
The city’s mayor says it is the first major city in the U.S. to do so. Even people without symptoms can get a test.
Across the country, the need for free and charity clinics has grown as people lose their job-based insurance and struggle to pay their bills.
COMMENTARY | Americans are not going to wait for sufficient testing. So what happens next?
Coronavirus antibody studies and what they allegedly show have triggered fierce debates, further confusing public understanding.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to an avalanche of products that are misleadingly marketed to make consumers believe they are effective treatments or prevention measures for the virus.
COMMENTARY | Some state governments are criminalizing and censoring lawful speech under the guise of protecting public health.
COMMENTARY | The COVID-19 pandemic shows just how important a well-functioning emergency medicine system is.
A Q&A with a key California state senator about the steps he wants the state to take to expand mental health care access and substance abuse treatment, even as the state faces big budget challenges.
The decision to cancel the state’s Democratic presidential primary during the coronavirus pandemic was necessary, officials say. But election observers are worried that cancelling could set a dangerous precedent.
Clearing encampments can cause people to disperse throughout the community, which increases the potential for disease spread.
COMMENTARY | The frequency of alerts and the number of drugs in undersupply are shocking developments in a rich country.
The city encouraged residents to report people who aren't following social distancing protocols. They’ve also been flooded with memes, inappropriate photos, and thousands of false tips.
Researchers warn that the risks of gun ownership are now heightened by factors associated with the pandemic.
Closures may make it harder for parents to return to work.
Personal protective equipment for hospital workers is running out. This design works as well as the best in class.
During the protracted coronavirus crisis, conspiracy theories can develop staying power. Experts say clear communication is crucial to dispelling disinformation and combatting conspiracies.
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