Numerous state constitutions established laws banning both ministers and atheists when they were ratified.
The incidence of weather and climate disasters is increasing in the U.S., a trend due partly to climate change but also to human decisions.
Imagine last night you developed a little runny nose and a sore throat. When you woke up this morning you started coughing and had a fever. In the past year, your mind would have immediately jumped to COVID-19. But if you are already fully vaccinated, you might wonder: Should I still get tested for COVID-19?
If you're headed out into the wild this summer, you may need to jump online and book a reservation before you go.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced May 13, 2021, that people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can safely enter many indoor settings without wearing a mask.
As more and more people around the world are getting vaccinated, one can almost hear the collective sigh of relief. But the next pandemic threat is likely already making its way through the population right now.
Whether you're a fourth grader who needs to find out how volcanoes erupt or you're an adult looking for more information regarding a news article, you might want to quickly look something up on the internet. What could go wrong?
The CDC's updated guidelines also ask that unvaccinated or partially vaccinated people continue to wear a mask - even in establishments like bars and restaurants, where doing so may no longer be required.
You don't need to pick up exactly where you left off; you can think about how you want your life to look after the pandemic.
The U.S. is in far different shape today than it was last Memorial Day, and many Americans are, too.