The government soon will stop paying for the covid drug that has proved to be the most effective at keeping patients alive and out of the hospital.
Georgians appreciate the national attention from the runoff election, but the cost and tendency for a drop in turnout may lead to reform of the state’s ballot.
In this week’s police blotter, Anacortes Police helped rescue and return two missing bulldogs.
Research shows that young adults and women are particularly susceptible to seasonal affective disorder.
Universal Health Services collected more than $38 million in tax dollars for special education services that families and former teachers say it largely didn’t provide.
There isn’t one, clear-cut way to prevent genocide. But there are effective methods of prevention that governments can take.