Scientists have long predicted that eventually women could surpass men in ultradistance running events, those longer than a 26.2-mile marathon and as much as 200-plus miles. While men still edge out women in the marathon by about a 20-minute margin on average, women are now starting to close the gap
He had no history of heart problems. He walked his dog regularly and worked a physically demanding job as a construction worker, according to his doctors.
Then, in January 2019, he collapsed at a McDonald’s and died.
The likely culprit? Black licorice, according to the doctors who treated him and
The official, one of several who briefed the media on the condition of anonymity, offered only one new detail: Some of the cards will go out before the election, while others will not arrive until after voters choose between Trump and his Democratic rival, former vice president Joe Biden.
Mnuchin and Pelosi say they are ready to try again for an economic stimulus measure.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Thursday that he and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had agreed to resume talks on a new economic relief package.
“I’ve probably spoken to Speaker Pelosi 15 or 20 times in
“I don’t see why it should be delayed further,” he said. “That is a lot of lives you’re talking about.”
His comments raised questions about the integrity of the vaccine approval process on the same day that four top administration health officials, including FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn, in a Senate
New targeted lockdown measures took effect in Madrid on Monday, restricting nearly a million residents from traveling outside of their neighborhoods except for essential activities like work, school or emergency medical care.
The rules, which some residents protested over the weekend, come amid a spike in cases around the country,
170+ vaccinesare being tested in animals and lab experiments
10 vaccinesare being tested in a small number of healthy, young people to assess safety and correct dose
17 vaccinesare broadened to a larger group of people, including people at higher risk of
Health officials sidestep questions about Trump’s timeline for ‘enough vaccines for every American by April.’
As the nation’s coronavirus death toll neared 200,000, top administration health officials on Sunday delicately sidestepped President Trump’s ambitious declaration last week that a vaccine would be available for every American by April.
“Ginsburg’s death is the nightmare scenario for the Affordable Care Act,” said Nicholas Bagley, a University of Michigan law professor who supports the legislation. “If the suit had a trivial chance of success yesterday, it has a new lease on life.”
Friday night’s announcement that the justice had died of
Covid-19 Live Updates: After Criticism, C.D.C. Reverses Guidelines on Testing People Who Were Exposed
President Trump acknowledged that an authorized vaccine for “every American” may not be distributed until next year. An Iranian official says the country has become a “red zone” as cases and deaths surge.