A common element in these two crises is the polarization of public opinion. Confirmation bias plays a big role in this problem.
People aged 60 and older, those with chronic illnesses and diminished immunity are most at-risk for infection. Stay safe. Stay calm. And stay home.
Without all of us changing our behavior, those who are more likely to experience severe outcomes will have negative health outcomes.
Only a major gaffe or unthinkable surprise will prevent Joe Biden from winning the Democratic presidential nomination against U.S. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.
Senior year is a big deal. It’s the year you decide what you want to do. Unfortunately, for me and other college students, COVID-19 had other plans.
Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers.Pennsylvania is now up to 133 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and the state, sadly, has seen its first fatality, a resident of Northampton County. On Wednesday, U.S. Rep. Matt Cartwright, D-8th District, announced he'd gone...
As COVID-19 spreads, a political philosopher argues that it's time to learn that individual happiness does not work without thinking of the larger good.
It’s time for our leaders to help all of us -- not just the richest 1 percent and a handful of huge corporations with smart programs and spending.
Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers.When it comes to fighting the ever-expanding public health menace that is COVID-19, there's little doubt that state officials from coast to coast are putting in long hours and going...
By Joeseph Otis Minott Pennsylvania has always been an energy leader. The United States’ oil and gas sector can trace its roots back to the commonwealth, and coal has played a significant part in Pennsylvania’s industrial...