Caitlin Owens, Axios

Caitlin Owens


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Past articles by Caitlin:

House GOP's spending plans could threaten key Senate races

Several House Republicans are likely to run for Senate. → Read More

Kevin McCarthy's math problem

It's nearly impossible to balance the budget without cutting Medicare or Social Security spending → Read More

COVID could be DeSantis' secret weapon in 2024

The way he handled 2020 was much more in line with where the GOP is now. → Read More

Biden poised to deliver on decades-long Democratic promise

Medicare may soon be able to negotiate the price of at least a few drugs. → Read More

Omicron is outrunning the vaccines designed to fight it

Omicron has substantially evolved, and the latest versions are even more immune resistant. → Read More

Guns have become the top injury-related cause of death for U.S. kids

In 2020, more kids were killed by guns than motor vehicle crashes. for the first time in recent history → Read More

Red states aren't prepared for a post-Roe baby boom

Millions more lived in areas with limited access to maternity care. → Read More

Biden administration and GOP clash over vaccine strategy

The administration wants to keep access as open as possible, but the GOP wants to reduce wastage. → Read More

Study: Children's health issues getting worse

The pandemic took a toll on children's mental health and overall household stability, but some trends had been building. → Read More

The limits of "following the science"

Many other factors play into making pandemic policy. → Read More

CDC to update masking guidance as soon as Friday

The new benchmark will look at cases, hospitalizations and hospital capacity. → Read More

The Biden administration has a COVID credibility crisis

The CDC may have become a meme, but some sources say there's plenty of blame to go around. → Read More

Biden's COVID culpability

Rather than staying ahead of the coronavirus, the Biden administration keeps falling behind. → Read More

Omicron clues point to a tidal wave of cases headed for the U.S.

“Everything points to a large wave. A large wave is coming." → Read More

A surprising opponent of Democrats’ drug pricing plan: generics

The generic drug industry is warning that Democrats' drug pricing legislation would undercut their ability to compete against brand-name drugs, and some experts say they have a point. → Read More

America and Europe choose divergent pandemic paths as Omicron spreads

Europe cracks down on the unvaccinated while courts pause U.S. vaccine mandates → Read More

Democrats fail to include prescription drug policies in Build Back Better framework

They've campaigned on lowering drug prices for years, but are now passing on their opportunity. → Read More

Israeli coronavirus vaccine booster data gives the U.S. hope

Booster shots could help slow the spread of the virus, preliminary data suggests → Read More

Living with the coronavirus will likely never be risk-free

Vaccinated Americans are learning to navigate imperfect vaccines. → Read More

Biden's big COVID challenge: Fading vaccines may demand boosters

The Biden administration is intensely scrutinizing coronavirus vaccines' effectiveness over time, facing the daunting task of timing booster shots right while still convincing the unvaccinated that getting the jab is worthwhile. → Read More