As COVID cases reach new peaks around the world, Ebola frontliners are rallying against jab inequity and lambasting WHO’s global vaccine initiative for its obvious shortcomings.
The U.S. has long made combating polio its top funding priority at the World Health Organization. Now COVID and Trump have put that campaign in serious jeopardy.
Cities across the nation are on fire even as COVID-19 has killed 102,000 Americans. Trump is desperate to shift blame. But scapegoating the WHO won't make things better.
Kelly and Joseph Craft were reaping the rewards after showering Trump and other GOP top dogs with money. Then the pandemic hit.
The invisible virus attacked our society at its weakest links and made visible those whom we depended upon but had undervalued and forgotten.
As Trump comes to New York next week, delegates from around the world are hunkering down.