In a conversation about how the pandemic is affecting cancer care, Washington Post senior writer Frances Stead Sellers speaks with National Cancer Institute Director Ned Sharpless; actor Patrick Dempsey, who founded a nonprofit that helps cancer patients; and cancer survivor Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan.
At college health centers, students have long battled misdiagnoses and inaccessible care. This fall, they’ll face a pandemic, too. Medical supply shortages continue in the United States. And the power of a food boycott.
The president’s niece tells The Post his “clearly racist” behavior stems from a combination of upbringing and political cynicism. Her book about her family — which was published Tuesday and became an instant bestseller — so worried family members that the president’s brother unsuccessfully tried to block its publication in court.
They say his plan to mandate a transition from gas-fired power to renewables will hasten the ongoing decline of union jobs and add to the strife the industry is already feeling due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Hudson's wife and three young girls will spend most of this season in Phoenix, where they live year-round. Around the league, and around the Nationals’ clubhouse, players and coaches are making similar trade-offs.
Naya Rivera brought heart to her portrayal of caustic cheerleader Santana Lopez in "Glee." The actress’s death, confirmed Monday, is the latest tragedy to afflict a young cast that has on multiple occasions been forced to mourn one of its own.