The Garden State, with 143,000 solar installations already producing 3,650 megawatts, wants to incentivize another 3,750 MW of the renewable energy through a new program approved Wednesday.
After emergency use authorization, the agency hopes to move quickly to full approval.
From New Zealand to Brazil, these out athletes are lifting, diving and kicking their way into the spotlight at the Tokyo Games.
Insurers have been advised that they shouldn’t be charging for Truvada and Descovy as HIV prevention and that associated clinic visits and labs must also be free.
In a medical first, researchers harnessed the brain waves of a paralyzed man unable to speak — and turned what he intended to say into sentences on a computer screen.
Nonbinary, intersex and gender-nonconforming Americans will be able to choose a gender option other than “male” or “female” when applying for a U.S. passport, the State Department announced Wednesday.
“My win is our win. We just made history. Happy Pride,” Kataluna Enriquez, 27, said.
VaccineFinder.gov is scheduled to be live by May 1 and will become the most visible part of the Biden administration's effort to give the federal government a greater role in the rollout.
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel joins NBC for a COVID panel discussion
As Asian Americans experience high rates of poverty and unemployment, community groups are providing free groceries and meals to thousands every day.
The AstraZeneca/Oxford shot has been hailed because it is cheaper and easier to distribute than some rivals, including that of Pfizer-BioNTech.