President Trump signed an executive order aimed at changing one of the most important laws governing speech on the internet. Will the move change the way social media companies treat his posts?
The Chinese government passed a law giving it sweeping new powers to stamp out dissent on the semiautonomous island of Hong Kong. Should the U.S. and others nations push back?
Public health experts have called for the U.S. to hire 100,000 or more contract tracers to track the spread of coronavirus. Will this strategy help contain the outbreak?
Congress boosted unemployment benefits substantially in response to the pandemic, but the extra funds are set to run at the end of July. Should the program be extended or is it preventing people from getting back to work?
Universities across the country are wrestling with the decision of whether or not to hold in-person classes in the fall. Is bringing students back worth the risk of an on-campus outbreak?
Companies around the world are rushing to create a coronavirus vaccine in record time. But making enough doses and getting them to those who need it may prove to be the real challenge.
Several countries are considering plans to allow people to expand their social circles to a limited number of people to help offset the mental health toll of isolation. Would this plan work in the U.S. or would it lead to more outbreaks?
Dr. Anthony Fauci has been one of the most trusted voices in the government's response to the pandemic, but he's recently come under fire from conservatives. Is his role on the coronavirus task force at risk?
Millions of American workers have abandoned the office to work from home. The arrangement has benefits for both employees and employers. Will the change be permanent?
Some countries have considered issuing "immunity passports" to people who have recovered from COVID-19 infections that would allow them to return to normal life. Is this a good idea or a recipe for more outbreaks?
As parts of the country start lifting stay-at-home orders, a debate has sparked over whether businesses should be protected from liability if an employee or customer contracts the coronavirus.
Disputes over masks have become contentious, even violent, in recent weeks. How did the debate over face coverings a conversation about their medical merits to a clash over politics and liberty?
Since the coronavirus outbreak began in the U.S., the practice of publicly shaming those who aren't following public health guidelines has become something of a national pastime. Is it helpful or counterproductive?
After years of financial struggles, the United States Postal Service has been brought to the brink of collapse by the coronavirus outbreak. Can it be saved?
Amid the pandemic, many people are trying to avoid touching cash, which could be contaminated with the coronavirus. Is it time to go cashless?
Thousands of people have volunteered to be exposed to coronavirus if it means a vaccine can be developed more quickly. Should we let them?
Most schools in the country are closed for the rest of the school year. What steps need to be taken for them to be ready to welcome students back in the fall?
With higher education forced online amid the coronavirus pandemic, students say the quality of their education has decreased. Do colleges owe them a refund?
Former GOP representative Justin Amash is eyeing a presidential run on a third-party ticket. His odds of winning are low, but will his presence in the race impact who comes out on top in November?
The economic impacts of coronavirus have caused millions of Americans to struggle to pay their rent. Would canceling rental fees be an economic savior?
The Trump administration's daily coronavirus briefings have frequently been defined by misinformation and verbal sparring. Are changes needed to make them more effective?
Social distancing has upended the daily routine of the modern office, including the dress code. Is it necessary to dress up while working from home or is comfort the best strategy?
President Trump announced an executive order to temporarily halt all green cards from being issued by the U.S. government. Is the move an attempt to protect American jobs or a political message?
Social distancing rules have led to a major surge in the number of delivery orders placed from grocery stores and restaurants. Is it ethical to ask someone else to risk their health so you can stay home?