Opinion | Where’s the Science Behind CDC’s 6-Foot Social-Distance Decree?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new guidance on Friday about how far apart children ought to be

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Opinion | America Wakes Up to the China Threat

In last week’s column, I made the case that China’s investments in technology posed a challenge to American leadership, and

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Opinion | One Shot Is Better Than None

In my four years in Congress, the phrase I’ve heard most regularly abused is “Follow the science.” Politicians, bureaucrats and

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Opinion | Follow the Science, Not the Teachers Unions

Follow the science. That was Joe Biden’s promise to the American people—until Randi Weingarten and the American Federation of Teachers

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Opinion | The Promise and Peril of Facial Recognition

Federal, state and local law-enforcement agencies are using facial-recognition technology to identify the members of the mob that assaulted the

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Opinion | Why We’re Ending the EPA’s Reliance on Secret Science

The Environmental Protection Agency headquarters in Washington, Jan. 19, 2020. Photo: lucy nicholson/Reuters The task of science is one of

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Opinion | The Woke See No Evil—and Nothing but Evil

It is impossible to read Mark Twain in the 21st century without being aware, each time one encounters it, of

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Opinion | Science Eats Its Own

Visible. Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto In 2020 scientific publications have leapt into the political fray. Scientific American gave its first ever

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