In Africa, researchers are trying to answer a crucial question that has gotten relatively little attention: Could cheap, widely available drugs prevent patients with mild illness from becoming severely sick?
A collection of reporting from Pulitzer Center grantees featuring international news stories published by media outlets from around the world, as well as reporting original to the Pulitzer Center website.
How a country’s wishful thinking was shattered by a brutal national defeat.
Most domestic abuse hinges on isolating someone, emotionally and physically, from the outside world. That makes the pandemic ideal for abusers.
In a lush countryside idyll known for its horse farms and fields of yellow flowers, China built a system of total control.
Rohit Jain captures the struggle and spirit of the children whose families were exposed to the disaster on December 2, 1984, and its after-effects.
China, which has been expanding its presence in the Western Hemisphere, is likely to beat the United States in its own backyard with vaccine diplomacy as Washington looks “at taking care of the U.S. first.”
An Indian man is suing one of the world’s largest vaccine manufacturers after falling seriously ill during a trial of a COVID-19 vaccine developed by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca.
Juggling between development and environmental conservation is difficult when it comes to forest-use. But there are ways to be more inclusive.
The investigation by the Centinela COVID-19 journalistic alliance in Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, and Nicaragua shows the many faces of this silent tragedy and the failures in official protections.
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted Tuesday that the first phase of vaccination, known as 1a, should begin with about 21 million health care workers and about 3 million adults who live in long-term care facilities.
Dana Kitchin died in a Kennebec County jail observation cell on December 12, 2014, from a ruptured spleen. Before he died, other incarcerated individuals heard him screaming for medical attention for hours.
One corrections officer put a prisoner wearing handcuffs in a prohibited chokehold, and was later “unable to recall” that another corrections officer had to separate him from the inmate. He was fired.