Shira Tarlo, Newsy

Shira Tarlo


Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Shira:

Sidelined By COVID-19, Joe Biden Struggles To Make Gains With Latinos

Joe Biden struggles to make gains with Latinos as his campaign has turned to digital amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Ousted Vaccine Official Warns U.S. Heading Toward 'Darkest Winter'

Dr. Rick Bright testified the Trump administration lacks a "centralized, coordinated plan" to combat COVID-19. → Read More

COVID-19 Puts Voting-By-Mail To The Test Ahead Of November

Vote-by-mail is one way to conduct a presidential election in November — and the practice is being put to the test well before then. → Read More

Biden Accuser Tara Reade Calls For Him To Exit Presidential Race

Tara Reade alleges Joe Biden sexually assaulted her in 1993, and she wants the presumptive Democratic nominee to quit his 2020 campaign. → Read More

Supreme Court Weighs Trump Administration's Limits On Birth Control

The justices considered whether the administration can let employers to refuse to cover birth control based on religious or moral objections. → Read More

Joe Biden Denies He Sexually Assaulted Ex-Senate Aide Tara Reade

He also called on the National Archives to release any evidence of a complaint made against him by former Senate aide Tara Reade in 1993. → Read More

Hillary Clinton Endorses Joe Biden For President

Former Democratic presidential nominee and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton threw her support behind Joe Biden during a virtual town hall. → Read More

Young, Healthy People Rush To Create Wills Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

One trust and estates lawyer told Newsy more young people and health care workers are asking for help with creating wills. → Read More

Kansas Court Rules Against Religious Gatherings Of 10 Or More

On the day before Easter Sunday, the Kansas Supreme Court upheld an order limiting religious services to 10 people or less. → Read More

What To Know About The Anti-Malaria Drug Embraced By President Trump

As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases continues to surge, scientists are racing to find a cure — and hydroxychloroquine has taken center stage. → Read More

Genetics May Be Behind Severe COVID-19 Cases

Genetics may explain why some people with COVID-19 get seriously ill while others escape with mild or even no symptoms. → Read More

Young People Hospitalized For Coronavirus At High Rates

New CDC data shows younger people are more susceptible to getting seriously ill from the coronavirus than previously thought. → Read More

Coronavirus Risks Could Keep Older Voters At Home On Election Day

Seniors play a crucial role in U.S. elections, but the coronavirus crisis could impact how many head to the polls. → Read More

Super Tuesday Results Shaped By Long Lines, Broken Machines

Technical issues and broken machines forced hundreds of voters in Texas and California to wait in line for hours to cast ballots on Super Tuesday. → Read More

Mike Bloomberg Ends His 2020 Presidential Campaign

The billionaire and former New York City mayor made gun control and fighting climate change central to his campaign. → Read More

Elizabeth Warren Rallies Nevada Supporters After Debate

Sen. Warren hopes for a much-needed boost to her presidential campaign after the Democratic debate in Nevada. → Read More

Elizabeth Warren Sees Path Forward In Super Tuesday States

Despite weak performances in Iowa and New Hampshire, Sen. Elizabeth Warren aims to rebound in Super Tuesday states like Virginia. → Read More

Andrew Yang Ends His 2020 Presidential Campaign

Andrew Yang suspended his White House bid shortly after the polls closed in the New Hampshire primary. → Read More

Do Sanders and Warren Hold Home-Field Advantage In New Hampshire?

In New Hampshire, Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren and Deval Patrick of Massachusetts hope to cash in on their New England roots. → Read More

Former Rep. Joe Walsh Ends GOP Primary Challenge to President Trump

Former Illinois Rep. Joe Walsh ended his White House bid but but vowed his fight against President Trump isn't over. → Read More