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Top Science and Health Officials Offer Sobering View of Reopening Readiness

The scientists and public health officials who are leading the federal government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday painted a sobering picture...

Coronavirus Will Keep Cal State Classes Online in the Fall

SACRAMENTO — In the most sweeping sign yet of the long-term impact of the coronavirus on American higher education, California State University, the...

House Democrats Unveil $3 Trillion Pandemic Relief Proposal

WASHINGTON — House Democrats unveiled on Tuesday a $3 trillion pandemic relief measure, an ambitious package with aid for struggling states and another...

Inside Georgia’s Citizen’s Arrest Law: Ahmaud Arbery Case

After Ahmaud Arbery was shot dead by two white men on a quiet residential road in coastal Georgia, a prosecutor cited a Civil...

Tiny Love Stories: ‘A Picture of Me Looking at You’

A 30-Year GazeWhen you were 18 and I was 17, and I decided to leave high school, my grandmother asked for a picture...

For Bookstore Owners, Reopening Holds Promise and Peril

Last fall, Kyle Hall’s bookstore was destroyed by a tornado. This spring, it was almost wiped out by a pandemic.For the past two...

A Flower Shop Reinvented to Reopen

OAKLAND, Calif. — Elizabeth Wardman was driving to San Francisco’s wholesale flower market last week when she heard on the radio that California...

Fauci Hearing: Who Were Those Masked (and Unmasked) Senators?

The proceedings were carried on cable news. But the aesthetic was low-budget “Westworld.”The Senate Health Committee’s questioning of four administration health officials Tuesday...

Quarantined and Engaged: They Said ‘Yes!’

For many people, a marriage proposal involves months of planning, ring shopping, and of course, creating the perfect moment for that ultimate surprise....

Ahmaud Arbery Killing: Inside Georgia’s Citizen’s Arrest Law

After Ahmaud Arbery was shot dead by two white men on a quiet residential road in coastal Georgia, a prosecutor cited a Civil...

Aimee Stephens, Transgender Plaintiff in Supreme Court Case, Dies at 59

Aimee Stephens, whose potentially groundbreaking case before the Supreme Court could have major implications for the fight for civil rights for transgender people,...

Tragedy in the Middle East

THE ARAB WINTERA TragedyBy Noah FeldmanDuring the early days of the Arab Spring in 2011, there was an indefinable moment when the street...

What Do We Lose When Cannes Is Canceled?

The Cannes Film Festival has been derailed a handful of times since the inaugural edition was postponed because of World War II. For...

A Pandemic Benefit: The Expansion of Telemedicine

Even if no other good for health care emerges from the coronavirus crisis, one development — the incorporation of telemedicine into routine medical...

Anthony Fauci, Supreme Court, ‘Hamilton’: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing

(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good evening. Here’s the latest.1. Top U.S. health officials warned of a new...

How to Rethink Your Wedding

elaineI remember one day, I just woke up and I walked over to Jonathan’s office, and I just looked at him, and I...

It Is Not Illegal to Film Women’s Bodies in Public, Tennessee Judges Rule

He followed women around a Dollar Tree, a Hobby Lobby and a Walmart, each time holding a camera clearly trained on their breasts...

At Senate Hearing, Government Experts Paint Bleak Picture of the Pandemic

WASHINGTON — Two of the federal government’s top health officials painted a grim picture of the months ahead on Tuesday, warning a Senate...

Modi Announces $260 Billion Coronavirus Rescue Package for India

NEW DELHI — In a televised address Tuesday night, India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, announced an economic rescue package of more than...

Coronavirus Live News: Updates and Analysis

Singing: “Oh, brother, I want you to keep on marchin’. And one of these days, and one of these days, you shall...

Anti-Semitic Incidents Surged in 2019, Report Says

A record number of anti-Semitic incidents were reported in the United States last year, more than in any year since the Anti-Defamation League...

‘Double Rainbow Guy’ Paul Vasquez Is Dead at 57

His death was confirmed on Sunday by the Mariposa County coroner’s office to The Modesto Bee, a local news outlet.Mr. Vasquez became an...

Manhattan Faces a Reckoning if Working From Home Becomes the Norm

Before the coronavirus crisis, three of New York City’s largest commercial tenants — Barclays, JP Morgan Chase and Morgan Stanley — had tens...

Latin America’s Outbreaks Now Rival Europe’s. But Its Options Are Worse.

Deaths doubled in Lima, rivaling the worst month of the pandemic in Paris. They tripled in Manaus, a metropolis tucked deep in Brazil’s...

Opinion | By Spurning a Mask, Trump Elevates a Symbol

I’ve heard of Muslim women in America being taunted for wearing hijabs, I’ve heard of Jewish men being mocked for wearing yarmulkes and...

Opinion | In Netflix’s ‘Hollywood,’ One Movie Fixes Racism

I was 12 years old when I first fell in love with the dreams spun by “classic” Hollywood: the myth of simpler times,...

Opinion | Ahmaud Arbery’s Killing Shows Running Has Long Excluded Black People

Free! Easy! Relaxing! That’s how jogging was marketed in the late 1960s, when the idea of heading out on a regular run was...

Democrats Accuse Conservatives of a ‘Dark Money’ Bid to Influence Judges

Some top Democratic senators on Tuesday accused the Federalist Society of supporting a conservative “dark money” campaign to influence the federal judiciary, including...

The Angry Children Are Our Future

Subscribe: iTunes | Google Play Music | How to ListenLydia Millet’s new novel, “A Children’s Bible,” is in large part an allegory about...

Melitta Pivots From Coffee Filters to Safety Masks, in a Hurry

BERLIN — As the wave of coronavirus infections broke over Europe in March, causing reserves of medical supplies to disappear, German authorities made...

How to Make the Most of Potatoes

Cheap, nourishing, eminently available and fuss-free, the humble potato is just the thing for these days and weeks of stay-at-home, nearly nonstop cooking.Potatoes...

In Uzbekistan, Coming to Terms With the Country’s Dazzling History

Central Asia was once home to several bustling trade cities. Today, traveling through them reawakens a distant, though not forgotten, past.May 11, 2020IT...

The Daily Call That 200 Arts Groups Hope Will Help Them Survive

It’s hard enough to Zoom with your mother.Imagine being one of the more than 200 arts leaders who for the past month have...

Patagonia, Quick to Close, Could Be Last to Reopen

When Patagonia announced on March 13 that it was temporarily closing its 39 stores and e-commerce business in North America because of the...

How ‘Sesame Street’ Changed Childhood Forever

SUNNY DAYS The Children’s Television Revolution That Changed America By David KampIn dark times, people crave comfort. In scuzzy and dystopic times, people...

An Intimate Look at Italy’s Saffron Harvest

With travel restrictions in place worldwide, we’ve launched a new series, The World Through a Lens, in which photojournalists help transport you, virtually,...

How to Grow a Better Tomato

As prime tomato-transplanting time arrives this month up north — once the danger of frost has passed — you may be in search...

Amandla Stenberg Sees Beauty Underwater, and Strength in Maya Angelou

Damien Chazelle, who directed the first two episodes of “The Eddy,” a new Netflix series about jazz, wanted to capture the genre’s kinetic...

A Big Youth Baseball Tournament Was Played in Missouri. Was It Too Soon?

When Dan Peterson heard that there was going to be a youth baseball tournament just west of St. Louis last weekend, he was...

I Have an Eating Disorder but Can’t Escape the Kitchen

I ordered heritage flour from Minnesota and made a loaf of bread with a crackling crust.Those are facts. But what is the tone...

For a City Already in a ‘Death Spiral,’ What’s After Lockdown?

To understand why Mayor Nate Duckett wants Farmington, N.M., to reopen while the governor wants it shut, it helps to know something about...

Putting a Dollar Value on Life? Governments Already Do

How much money is a life worth?To many, the answer is so obvious that the question is offensive: Life is immeasurably valuable. No...

This Was Supposed to Be the Year Driverless Cars Went Mainstream

SAN FRANCISCO — Tech companies once promised that fully functional, self-driving cars would be on the road by 2020 and on the path...

Special Elections in California and Wisconsin: What to Watch For

LOS ANGELES — On Tuesday, voters in California’s 25th Congressional District will choose the successor to former Representative Katie Hill, and Wisconsin voters...

Uber Said to Be in Talks to Acquire Grubhub

Uber is in talks to acquire Grubhub, said two people with knowledge of the discussions, aiming to create one giant player in food...

One Journalist’s Wary, Frustrating Relationship With Edward Snowden

In May 2013, when Edward Snowden leaked classified documents about government surveillance to a select group of journalists, Barton Gellman was among them....

Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Releasing Trump’s Financial Records

WASHINGTON — The very nature of the presidency was under scrutiny at the Supreme Court on Tuesday, as the justices weighed whether House...

How Sports-Starved Bettors Made a Nebraska Horse Track Must-See TV

Jake Olesiak’s transformation starts at 8 a.m. after he punches out from his overnight shift at an ethanol factory. His steel-toe boots go...

Opinion | During This Coronavirus Crisis, Why Won’t Trump Wear a Mask?

Rather, it seems masks are finally getting some respect at the White House. On Monday, the White House Management Office issued a memo...

Why We’re Obsessed With Celebrities’ Bookcases

TV news programs used to signal a person’s expertise by superimposing a photograph of skyscrapers behind their head or maybe a shot of...

Nashville N.A.A.C.P. Leader Finds Bull’s-Eye in His Yard

The leader of the Nashville chapter of the N.A.A.C.P. walked out of his house on Saturday night to find that someone had propped...

How to Keep Children’s Stress From Turning Into Trauma

Children may be processing the disruptions in their lives right now in ways the adults around them do not expect: acting out, regressing,...

So You Had a Bad Day …

Here are some tips to pick yourself back up again, regain some dignity and soldier on after the lousiest of days. Source link

The Ghost Dogs of the Amazon Get a Bit Less Mysterious

It is one of the Amazon rain forest’s most elusive and enigmatic mammals. Experts call the species “shy” or even “a ghost.”It’s a...

Weeding Tips for Your Garden

Athletes and coaches study game tapes of their opponents, looking for weaknesses and other clues on how to get the upper hand. That’s...

New Studies Add to Evidence that Children May Transmit the Coronavirus

Among the most important unanswered questions about Covid-19 is this: What role do children play in keeping the pandemic going?Fewer children seem to...

What’s the Sweetest, Crispiest Way to Stay Safe in a Car Crash?

Would a large Rice Krispie square meet current guidelines for temporary highway traffic barriers?— Raymond C., AustraliaIf you’re willing to do the tests...

Biden Says He’s Not ‘Hiding’ at Home, but ‘Winning’ Against Trump

WASHINGTON — Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. on Tuesday morning rejected the notion that he is “hiding” at his Delaware home...

‘Hamilton’ Movie Will Stream on Disney Plus on July 3

It’s going to be quite a while before anyone sees “Hamilton” onstage again. But there’s now another option: Disney announced Tuesday that it...

The ‘Hard Hat Riot’ Was a Preview of Today’s Political Divisions

This was something genuinely new, and raw. Even jaded viewers tuning in to the network news on May 8, 1970, must have been...

Gov. Newsom’s Budget Proposal: Deep Cuts Are Likely

Good morning.(Here’s the sign-up, if you don’t already get California Today by email.)On Monday, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that he and other leaders...

Reader, She Didn’t Marry Him. Curtis Sittenfeld’s ‘Rodham’ Reimagines Hillary.

Curtis Sittenfeld’s “Prep” (2005) is among the shrewdest coming-of-age novels written so far this century. I sometimes wish it had a different title...

Victim or Executioner? Let the Computer Decide

MOSCOW — It probably seemed like a good idea at the time.After you arrived and bought tickets at the newly renovated Babyn Yar...

Will Shopping Ever Be the Same?

When department stores reopen their doors, a familiar whoosh will still greet customers at the entrance: the sudden gust of air-conditioning, the gleam...

Trump’s Tax Returns Supreme Court Case: What You Need to Know

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments on Tuesday on whether President Trump can block the release of his financial...

The Defense Rests? Scott Turow’s Favorite Lawyer Is 85 and Still Arguing

The title of Scott Turow’s true-to-form, pleasingly substantial “The Last Trial” is only one of the book’s hints that something will be coming...

China’s Coronavirus Back-to-Work Lessons: Masks and Vigilance

BMW workers take their own temperature three times a day and submit the results via an internal chat app. Foxconn, the electronics giant,...

Eat Rat, Make New Body: Easy Stuff for Pythons

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — On a cold, gray winter day, Stephen Secor drove to the outskirts of town to catch up with some old...

Late Night: Coronavirus Is Calling From Inside the White House

Welcome to Best of Late Night, a rundown of the previous night’s highlights that lets you sleep — and lets us get paid...

Supreme Court Takes On Employment Bias at Religious Schools

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court heard arguments on Monday on how broadly federal employment discrimination laws apply to schools run by churches in...

He Was a Science Star. Then He Promoted a Questionable Cure for Covid-19.

When diagnosing the ills afflicting modern science, an entertainment that, along with the disparagement of his critics and fellow researchers, he counts among...

Opinion | After the Coronavirus, Cities Should Embrace Density

There are two things we know: The U.S. economy will recover. And the recovery will start in and be strongest in the same...

Recovered Covid-19 Patients in Orthodox Jewish Community Flock to Donate Blood Plasma

“I never imagined I would see this in my lifetime: so many bodies from a short period of time.” These are scenes from...

No Prince Without the King

As he himself would have been the first to say, everything began with Little Richard — not just rock ’n’ roll but gender...

Deadly Attacks Hit Afghan Maternity Clinic and Funeral Ceremony

KABUL, Afghanistan — Afghans woke to another deadly day on Tuesday, with gunmen storming a maternity clinic in the capital and a suicide...

Israeli Soldier Killed in West Bank as Tensions Rise Over Annexation Push

JERUSALEM — A 21-year-old Israeli soldier was killed early Tuesday when he was struck in the head by a heavy rock as his...

Sentenced for Three Strikes, Then Freed. Now Comes a Pushback.

Pablo Garcia walked out of a San Diego prison last week and went to the beach for the first time in 24 years,...

Opinion | State and Federal Agencies Use Pandemic to Stifle Oversight

In the more than half-century since President Lyndon Johnson signed the nation’s first Freedom of Information Act into law, the measure has proved...

Reopening Prompts New Agitation Over Workers’ Virus Exposure

Riley Breakell, a Starbucks barista in Connecticut, was reassured in mid-March when the company sent a letter announcing expanded catastrophe pay for those...

Opinion | The Women’s Jail at Rikers Island Is Named for My Grandmother. She...

In 1988, my family and I were honored when New York City named the new women’s jail on Rikers Island for my grandmother,...

Opinion | The Coronavirus Quagmire

“Americans play to win all the time,” George Patton told the Third Army in the spring of 1944. “That’s why Americans have never...

Sebastian Vettel to Leave Ferrari

One of the most iconic teams in Formula One and one of the most popular drivers in the global motor racing series are...

A Red Corner of a Blue State Fights to Reopen

To understand why Mayor Nate Duckett wants Farmington, N.M., to reopen while the governor wants it shut, it helps to know something about...

Coronavirus Live Updates: Fauci to Warn of ‘Needless Suffering and Death’ if States Open...

As pressure builds to reopen quickly, Fauci warns that jumping the gun could set the country back.Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, the United States’...

Coronavirus, Anthony Fauci, California: Your Tuesday Briefing

Want to get The Morning by email? Here’s the sign-up.Good morning. Fauci warns of “needless” death. Baseball plans a shortened season. And voters...

‘The New Church of England’: Coronavirus Renews Pride in U.K.’s Health Service

LONDON — Outside her home in south London, Gill Cronin bangs a metal pot with a wooden spoon as a motorbike passes, its...

Momentous Choices for Supreme Court as It Hears Trump Financial Records Cases

WASHINGTON — It seems that every 23 years, or about once in a generation, the Supreme Court considers whether presidents must abide by...

Boris Johnson’s Change of Heart

As Italy, France and Spain entered national lockdowns, Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain was still shaking hands with coronavirus patients in hospitals,...

‘These Are Not Numbers, These Are Souls’: Georgia Pastors Say No to Reopening

Churches in Albany, Ga., have been devastated by the coronavirus. As the state reopens, pastors are uniting to keep people home. Source link

Opinion | After the Coronavirus, These Spaces Will Make Cities More Resilient

On a cold, clear April 3, 1979, the city then known as “Grey Barcelona” held its first free local election since 1934. Soon...

Opinion | I’m Sick of Asking the Children of Flint to Be Resilient

FLINT, Mich. — A baby born in Flint, Mich., where I am a pediatrician, is likely to live almost 20 fewer years than...

Neil Gaiman Reads ‘Coraline’: Livestreaming Today

Here are a few of the best events happening on Tuesday and how to tune in (all times are Eastern).Stars Read ‘Coraline’6 p.m....

Opinion | Donald Trump, Unmasked

Gail Collins: Bret, I’ve been musing a lot lately about masks. When I walk around my neighborhood, almost every single person is wearing...

What Hardcore New Yorkers Like Al Sharpton and Alec Baldwin Miss Right Now

Seven weeks have passed since New York City, fleeing the coronavirus, put up a collective closed-for-business sign and locked itself away inside the...

Coronavirus in N.Y.C.: Latest Updates

Weather: A chilly morning, in the 40s. Later, sunny and warming toward 60, but gusty. Alternate-side parking: Suspended through Sunday. Meters are...

Coronavirus in U.K.: Boris Johnson’s Reopening Plans Leaves Britons Confused

LONDON — When the coronavirus first struck, Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain agonized long and hard before closing stores, pubs and restaurants...

The Coziest Vegetable-and-Sausage Soup for Those Chilly May Days

Winter has not released its grip on us here in the Northeast, with cold, rainy days peppering the week even this late in...

Boris Johnson Coronavirus Reopening Plans Leaves Britons Confused

LONDON — When the coronavirus first struck, Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain agonized long and hard before closing stores, pubs and restaurants...

White House Orders Staff to Wear Masks as Trump Misrepresents Testing Record

WASHINGTON — The White House on Monday ordered all West Wing employees to wear masks at work unless they are sitting at their...

Escaped Peacock Is Lured Back by Mating Call From Police Officer’s Phone

The fugitive was wearing iridescent blue and green feathers when he was, for lack of a better word, spotted by a police officer...

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