Dan Diamond

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Dan Diamond is a healthcare reporter for Politico and author of Politico Pulse, its morning briefing on healthcare politics and policy. He is also the creator of its Pulse Check podcast.

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The Pentagon and the Department of Health and Human Services are leading a $10 billion program to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. It’s dubbed “Operation Warp Speed.” The name indicates the hope that an effective vaccine can be developed quickly — by January and the start of a new presidential term.

‘Operation Warp Speed’: US government’s $10 million COVID vaccine project

The Pentagon and the Department of Health and Human Services are leading a $10 billion program to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. It’s dubbed “Operation Warp Speed.” The name indicates the hope that an effective vaccine can be developed quickly — by January and the start of a new presidential term.

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The two men leading the race to become the Democratic presidential nominee are -- let’s face it -- old. Bernie Sanders is 78. Joe Biden is 77.

In their 70s, are Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders healthy enough to be president?

The two men leading the race to become the Democratic presidential nominee are -- let’s face it -- old. Bernie Sanders is 78. Joe Biden is 77.

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One final push to repeal Obamacare?

Two Republican Senators are still trying to repeal and replace Obamacare before time runs out at the end of this month.

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