New Yorkers dining out in October this year.
Public health experts weigh in on new state curfew for restaurants, bars and gyms.
  People of color have disproportionately suffered during the coronavirus pandemic.
Prioritizing people of color will be easier said than done.
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments on Tuesday for yet another case challenging the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.
If the Affordable Care Act is struck down, at least 1 million New Yorkers could lose their health insurance.
President-elect Joe Biden.
The president-elect is already shaping things on Day -72 of his presidency.
COVID testing center in Savannah Georgia set up by Governor Cuomo.
One line of reasoning posits that vaccines should go to the people most likely to spread the coronavirus.
Governor Cuomo's powerpoint mocking the Federal Government's COVID response.
Understanding pandemics requires lots of data so reader beware of arguments based on a single-metric
New York state Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis.
Some politicians are back to canvassing, making safety procedures on their own.
President Donald Trump, with Abbott’s ID NOW rapid COVID-19 tests.
What we know about the 400,000 15-minute tests New York is sending to schools, hospitals and local governments.
A coronavirus vaccine will likely receive emergency approval from the federal government sometime in the next month or two.
Here is what we know about the state plans for a coronavirus vaccine
Governor Cuomo during a coronavirus update in Albany on October 6th.
Despite objections, new orders may avoid one freedom of religion issue that plagued earlier restrictions on such gatherings.