Future Of Electric Cars Looks Up As Biden Fuels Industry With Infrastructure Plan
The president's plan promises to install at least 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations before the end of the decade.
The Significance Of The CDC Connecting The Dots Between Racism And Public Health Disparities
Communities of color have been found to experience higher rates of illness and death when it comes to diabetes, obesity and heart disease compared to white people.
COVID-19 Cases Near Zero But 'We're Not Out Of The Woods,' Says Navajo Nation President
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez says their success is largely a result of a seismic vaccination effort with more than 219,000 doses administered.
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