President-elect Donald Trump’s friendly overtures to Russian President Vladimir Putin has been a troubling development for many in the Baltic states.
In Russia, while there is some direct censorship the larger issue is self-censorship; people are afraid of the ramifications of writing or saying something that may offend the government.
In India, a country of 1.25 billion people, the government is struggling to get a handle on what’s known as “vector-borne diseases,” but there are signs of hope.
Mosquito population densities in the tiny island nation of Singapore are a fraction of those in neighboring countries. That's no accident.
Over the next five years, the CDC is investing more than $2 billion to prepare itself, developing countries and state and local health departments to be able to respond to health emergencies.
As the World Health Organization's role in combating infectious diseases has diminished, the CDC has been filling the void.
A woman recounts what it was like to discover she had been infected with Zika six weeks before she was due to give birth.
Earlier this week, Curt Schilling went on CNN and asked host Jake Tapper how Jewish people could support Democrats. He should have asked a sociologist who specializes in the attitudes of American Jews. We did.