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Dow futures indicate a 200-point opening drop as investors look to jobs numbers

Futures tied to the major U.S. stock indexes pointed to declines for Friday's session, leaving Wall Street on track for weekly losses.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-04-02T22:09:58Z
Author: Fred Imbert

Stock market live updates: Dow futures down 130, worst jobs report in a decade, oil surging again

U.S. stock futures traded lower ahead of the release of the latest monthly jobs report.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-04-03T11:51:17Z
Author: Maggie Fitzgerald

US payrolls plunge 701,000 in March amid the start of a job market collapse

It was the first decline in payrolls since September 2010 and came close to the May 2009 financial crisis peak of 800,000.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-04-03T12:30:40Z
Author: Jeff Cox

The stimulus boost has passed and now the stock market is focused solely on virus developments

Developments around the coronavirus will be the catalyst for stocks in the week ahead, as investors await the onset of earnings season.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-04-03T20:47:41Z
Author: Patti Domm

Coronavirus has spread to 30% of India's districts

India News: Managing Covid-19 will be more challenging for authorities as SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing it, has spread to 30% of the country’s districts. Union mi

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-04-03T16:13:00Z
Author: Times Of India

Coronavirus: Govt advises people to wear homemade face coverings in public places

India News: The govt has issued an advisory urging people to use handmade protective covers for face and mouth to prevent the spread of coronavirus. In its adviso

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-04-04T02:21:00Z
Author: Times Of India

CIA hunts for 'authentic' coronavirus totals in China, dismissing government tallies

China News: The CIA has been warning the White House since at least early February that China has vastly understated its coronavirus infections and that its count

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-04-04T02:53:00Z
Author: Times Of India

Day 11 of coronavirus lockdown: Ground report from Indian cities

India News: NEW DELHI: The number of coronavirus cases in the country neared the 3,000-mark on Saturday forcing state governments and various city administrations.

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-04-04T02:56:00Z
Author: Times Of India

AIIMS doctor's Covid-19 positive wife delivers infection free healthy baby

Amid fear and panic in the society over the coronavirus pandemic, wife of resident doctor of AIIMS who tested positive for Covid-19, delivered a healt

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-04-04T03:22:00Z
Author: Times Of India

Lifting of lockdown depends on compliance to norms: Maha CM

India News: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday said that lifting of lockdown in the state after April 14 will be dependent upon the complianc

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-04-04T03:46:00Z
Author: Times Of India

PM Narendra Modi holds meeting of Empowered Groups to formulate response against spread of coronavirus

India News: NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday held a joint meeting of Empowered Groups constituted to formulate a response in wake of the spread.

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-04-04T03:57:00Z
Author: Times Of India

Putting Jared Kushner In Charge Is Utter Madness

Trump’s son-in-law has no business running the coronavirus response.

Published At 2020-04-02T20:34:00-04:00
Author: By Michelle Goldberg

Arianne Caoili, Chess Master, Is Dead at 33

A former model, she stood out in the chess world for her glamour in what is often thought of as an unglamorous game.

Published At 2020-04-02T17:08:18-04:00
Author: By Dylan Loeb McClain

What Italian Pediatricians Can Tell Us

“We are all facing something new and unknown, and also rapidly changing, for which we don’t have durable protocols,” one wrote.

Published At 2020-04-02T05:00:07-04:00
Author: By Perri Klass, M.D.

How an Eye Surgeon Got a Picture of This Rare Pastel Bird

The elusive South Philippine dwarf kingfisher is difficult to photograph, and there were no known photographs of its fledglings.

Published At 2020-04-03T10:32:30-04:00
Author: By Cara Giaimo

Can an Old Vaccine Stop the New Coronavirus?

A tuberculosis vaccine invented a century ago is cheap and safe, and seems to bolster the body’s immune system.

Published At 2020-04-03T18:09:17-04:00
Author: By Roni Caryn Rabin

The Doctor’s Symptoms Weren’t Typical. Was She Sick Enough to Stay Home?

On her run, she finished a six-mile loop with no trouble, but she felt a little off: a bit of chest tightness, a headache. Was this coronavirus?

Published At 2020-03-30T16:31:02-04:00
Author: By Lisa Sanders, M.D.

Now’s a Good Time to Teach Your Kids to Play on Their Own

Independent play is a skill your kids will use for the rest of their lives — and a way to claim some time for yourself during quarantine.

Published At 2020-04-03T13:53:34-04:00
Author: By Kate Rope

A Mediterranean-Inspired Menu to Keep You Going All Day

Savory spiced oats, chicken salad pita and spicy meatballs: These recipes offer a trip abroad, via your pantry.

Published At 2020-04-03T13:51:47-04:00
Author: By David Tanis

Seeing Abortion Laws From a Teenager’s Point of View

Eliza Hittman explains how she came to make her timely odyssey “Never Rarely Sometimes Always,” the unusual movie about abortion rights that makes bureaucracy the villain.

Published At 2020-04-03T10:00:08-04:00
Author: By Reggie Ugwu

How One Manhattan Co-op Copes with Coronavirus

Managing an apartment complex means stocking up on disinfectants, ramping up the cleaning schedule and urging residents to stop chatting with the doormen.

Published At 2020-04-03T05:00:25-04:00
Author: By Joanne Kaufman

‘I Always Write With a Sense of Shame’

How Édouard Louis, a working-class gay man from the provinces, became France’s latest literary sensation — and its political conscience.

Published At 2020-03-31T05:00:08-04:00
Author: By Elisabeth Zerofsky

4 Ways to Help Your Anxious Kid

First, acknowledge ways the coronavirus has changed their lives.

Published At 2020-04-01T08:48:56-04:00
Author: By Jessica Grose

So You Bought Someone a Gadget. Here’s How Not to Become Their Tech Support.

It feels like the easiest gift until it needs a reboot, restart or anything else.

Published At 2020-03-19T16:30:08-04:00
Author: By Ann-Marie Alcántara

How Should I Do Laundry Now?

The new coronavirus has made many people stressed about clothes and cleanliness, especially those living in cities.

Published At 2020-03-26T16:50:20-04:00
Author: By Sanam Yar

Combat Your Anxiety, One Step at a Time

Anxiety is everywhere, which can be strangely reassuring. Here are some tips to help.

Published At 2017-12-21T02:45:01-05:00
Author: By Jen Doll

The Navy Fired the Captain of the Theodore Roosevelt. See How the Crew Responded.

The rousing show of support provided another gripping scene to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic: the rank and file cheering a boss they viewed as putting their safety ahead of his career.

Published At 2020-04-03T17:09:52-04:00
Author: By Helene Cooper, Thomas Gibbons-Neff and Eric Schmitt

He Needs Jobless Benefits. He Was Told to Find a Fax Machine.

Thousands of newly unemployed New Yorkers desperate to stay afloat are being frustrated by the state’s 1970s-era technology.

Published At 2020-04-04T05:00:15-04:00
Author: By Patrick McGeehan

The Growing Culture of Secrecy at Guantánamo Bay

The war court where the men accused of plotting the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks are on trial operates under classification rules that are inconsistent, complex and sometimes absurd.

Published At 2020-04-04T05:00:23-04:00
Author: By Carol Rosenberg

Patricia Bosworth, Actress-Turned-Author, Dies at 86

She gave up the stage for the writing life, publishing biographies of some famous friends and two powerful memoirs. She died of the coronavirus.

Published At 2020-04-03T16:20:31-04:00
Author: By Elsa Dixler

Trump Picks McConnell Protégé for Influential Appeals Court Seat

The American Bar Association had rated the new nominee, Judge Justin Walker, as unqualified, but he has strong conservative support

Published At 2020-04-03T17:40:49-04:00
Author: By Carl Hulse

Corona Beer to Halt Production Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

The suspension was announced days after the Mexican government ordered nonessential businesses to close.

Published At 2020-04-03T15:53:54-04:00
Author: By Aimee Ortiz

2 Members of Kennedy Family Are Feared Dead After Canoe Overturned

Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean, a granddaughter of Robert F. Kennedy, and her 8-year-old son were last seen in the Chesapeake Bay on Thursday, according to the authorities.

Published At 2020-04-03T16:27:44-04:00
Author: By Michael Levenson

U.K. Labour Party Has a New Leader: Keir Starmer

Mr. Starmer will have to battle for visibility at a time when the coronavirus crisis is eclipsing all other news and Prime Minister Boris Johnson is commanding the headlines.

Published At 2020-04-04T05:55:00-04:00
Author: By Mark Landler and Stephen Castle

FEMA, Racing to Provide Virus Relief, Is Running Short on Front-Line Staff

The agency leading the coronavirus response nationwide is facing a staffing crunch and has closed its training facilities to avoid spreading the virus, officials say.

Published At 2020-04-03T18:20:37-04:00
Author: By Christopher Flavelle and Zolan Kanno-Youngs

Five Swipes on Exercising Outdoors

How safe is it to exercise outdoors during the coronavirus outbreak? We asked the experts.

Published At 2020-04-02T13:49:42-04:00

Larry David, Master of His Quarantine

Who better than the father of “Seinfeld” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm” to guide us through the thicket of being together, alone?

Published At 2020-04-04T05:00:22-04:00
Author: By Maureen Dowd

‘Dear Customers’: These Are the Emotional Store Signs of a Closed New York

From newly darkened storefronts, businesses offered a few last words of empathy, resolve and humor.

Published At 2020-04-04T05:00:25-04:00
Author: By Antonio de Luca

The Coronavirus Test Is Too Hard for Trump

The president joins Herbert Hoover and James Buchanan as a leader who failed when it mattered most.

Published At 2020-04-03T05:00:21-04:00
Author: By Jamelle Bouie

Prisons Breed the Coronavirus. We Can Safely Free Thousands of Inmates.

Nonviolent offenders, the medically vulnerable and those near the end of their sentences should be released. Those who remain deserve much better medical care.

Published At 2020-04-03T15:00:07-04:00
Author: By Mara Gay

You Shouldn’t Have to Risk Your Life to Vote

Holding a primary election in a pandemic, as Wisconsin plans to do on Tuesday, will suppress turnout and endanger public health.

Published At 2020-04-03T19:01:41-04:00
Author: By The Editorial Board

What Happens if Congress Cannot Assemble to Do Its Work?

As Covid-19 makes social distancing a matter of life and death, a growing number of lawmakers are pushing the idea of remote voting.

Published At 2020-04-03T19:00:07-04:00
Author: By The Editorial Board

Captain Crozier Is a Hero

Theodore Roosevelt, my great-grandfather, would agree.

Published At 2020-04-03T15:16:25-04:00
Author: By Tweed Roosevelt

There Is No Way Out but Through

We are connected to one another and to generations past and future.

Published At 2020-04-03T20:54:17-04:00
Author: By Roger Cohen

Covid-19: A Look Back From 2025

In which the coronavirus has changed almost everything.

Published At 2020-04-03T19:57:02-04:00
Author: By Bret Stephens

Stop Using Toilet Paper

Why are we hoarding it when experts agree that rinsing with water is more sanitary and environmentally sound?

Published At 2020-04-03T19:00:06-04:00
Author: By Kate Murphy

Bill de Blasio: We Need All Medical Workers on the Front Lines

Our city and all cities need the federal government to enlist all doctors and health workers, and mobilize them in a way we’ve never seen.

Published At 2020-04-03T14:24:00-04:00
Author: By Bill de Blasio

An I.C.U. Nurse’s Coronavirus Diary

I’ve started to refer to the time before this as peace time. Because this feels like a war.

Published At 2020-04-03T15:00:07-04:00
Author: By Simone Hannah-Clark

It’s High Time We Fought This Virus the American Way

The administration has all the authority it needs to produce medical supplies and prepare for a potential vaccine.

Published At 2020-04-03T05:00:21-04:00
Author: By James E. Baker

Delicious Vinyl

We examine when culture from our past — like the 20-year-old comedy “High Fidelity” — gets reborn … as “High Fidelity.”

Published At 2020-04-02T14:40:02-04:00
Author: By Wesley Morris and Jenna Wortham

How to Thrive in Online Life

A video game pro tells us to embrace the mess of our pandemic lives.

Published At 2020-04-03T13:04:42-04:00
Author: By Shira Ovide

‘Everything is Always Keep Changing’

Cheryl Strayed calls the author George Saunders to chat through the uncertainties of this moment.

Published At 2020-04-03T18:22:48-04:00

News Quiz: Coronavirus, Ventilators, Ellis Marsalis Jr.

Did you follow the headlines this week?

Published At 2020-04-03T03:30:01-04:00
Author: Compiled by Chris Stanford, Will Dudding and Anna Schaverien

‘Muslims Are Foreigners’: Inside India’s Campaign to Decide Who Is a Citizen

Tribunal members in the state of Assam say they felt pressured to declare Muslims noncitizens as the government seeks to expel illegal migrants. Some politicians have vowed to take the process nationwide.

Published At 2020-04-04T05:00:21-04:00
Author: By Karan Deep Singh and Suhasini Raj

Trump to Fire Intelligence Watchdog Who Had Key Role in Ukraine Complaint

The president notified lawmakers late on Friday, saying he had lost confidence in the inspector general for the intelligence community.

Published At 2020-04-03T22:29:59-04:00
Author: By Maggie Haberman, Charlie Savage and Nicholas Fandos

College Made Them Feel Equal. The Virus Exposed How Unequal Their Lives Are.

When they were all in the same dorms and eating the same dining hall food, the disparities in students’ backgrounds weren’t as clear as they are over video chat.

Published At 2020-04-04T05:00:23-04:00
Author: By Nicholas Casey

Photos: In Rural Towns and on Remote Farms, the Virus Creeps In

In places where social distancing was already a way of life, the relentless pandemic has begun to reshape the economy.

Published At 2020-04-04T05:00:33-04:00
Author: By Joseph Haeberle and Patricia Cohen

The Killer Virus of 1918: A Philadelphia Story

The brutal toll taken by the flu that claimed 20,000 lives in the city has not been forgotten as Philadelphia braces for the worst of the coronavirus pandemic.

Published At 2020-04-04T05:00:22-04:00
Author: By Dan Barry and Caitlin Dickerson

Swift Aid Payments Keep Berlin’s Self-Employed Afloat Despite Shutdown

Within days, Germany’s capital distributed money to 150,000 artists, shop owners, hairdressers and other small-business owners and freelancers to cover basic expenses.

Published At 2020-04-03T14:57:53-04:00
Author: By Melissa Eddy

Are Countries Flattening the Curve for the Coronavirus?

These charts show the pandemic’s trajectory in each nation. New cases appear to be leveling off in some places, but they may still be far from a slowdown.

Published At 2020-04-03T19:22:33-04:00
Author: By K.K. Rebecca Lai

In Italy, Going Back to Work May Depend on Having the Right Antibodies

Weighing an idea that might once have been relegated to science fiction, Italy once again finds itself in the unfortunate vanguard of Western democracies grappling with the coronavirus.

Published At 2020-04-04T05:00:22-04:00
Author: By Jason Horowitz

Holdout States Resist Calls for Stay-at-Home Orders: ‘What Are You Waiting For?’

A small number of states in the Midwest and the South are under growing pressure to order all residents to stay at home to fight the coronavirus.

Published At 2020-04-03T18:25:48-04:00
Author: By Sarah Mervosh and Jack Healy

Tensions Persist Between Trump and Medical Advisers Over the Coronavirus

The president’s public refusal to wear a mask was the latest way he has cast doubt on their recommendations.

Published At 2020-04-03T20:13:55-04:00
Author: By Peter Baker, Maggie Haberman and James Glanz

Coronavirus in N.Y.: Toll Soars to Nearly 3,000 as State Pleads for Aid

“It is hard to put fully into words what we are all grappling with as we navigate our way through this pandemic,” a hospital official said.

Published At 2020-04-03T19:33:05-04:00
Author: By Alan Feuer

Coronavirus Live Updates: China Mourns Its Dead as U.S. Toll Passes 7,000

All Americans should wear masks, the C. D. C. says, but President Trump said he wouldn’t.

Published At 2020-04-04T00:02:19-04:00

F.D.A. to Allow Use of KN95 Masks Approved by China - The New York Times

The masks are almost identical in performance to the N95 masks that hospitals and other institutions are struggling to find.

Published At 2020-04-03T22:29:18Z
Author: Kenneth Chang

Mnuchin praises first day of small-business loan program — but applicants call it 'confusion' and 'a scam' -

The highly touted $350 billion small-business loan program had a stuttering start Friday, from technical issues with bank websites to opaque lending rules that appear to qualify hedge funds to get aid.

Source: NBC News
Published At 2020-04-03T22:35:00Z
Author: Ben Popken, Stephanie Ruhle, Michael Cappetta

Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway sold $390 million in Delta, Southwest shares - Business Insider - Business Insider

The famed investor made the disposals after taking a $5 billion hit on airline stocks in the first quarter.

Source: Business Insider
Published At 2020-04-03T22:51:15Z
Author: Theron Mohamed, David Slotnick

This Is The 2021 BMW R 18 ... Finally - RideApart

It feels like it's been 84 years, but it's here at last!

Published At 2020-04-03T23:38:54Z
Author: Janaki Jitchotvisut

Airlines must refund passengers for canceled flights, not just give credit, feds say - KTLA

Federal officials on Friday ordered airlines to reimburse customers for canceled flights, saying a growing number of passengers are complaining amid the coronavirus pandemic that airlines…

Published At 2020-04-04T00:00:00Z
Author: CNN Wire

New Yorkers Have Been Trying to Call for Unemployment for Weeks. Now They’re Running Out of Money. - NBC New York

One laid-off New Yorker says he’s called the New York State Department of Labor at least 2,000 times in the last two weeks. Another says, on Thursday, she...

Published At 2020-04-04T00:05:00Z
Author: Jessy Edwards

Coronavirus shutdowns work 'to our advantage': Constellation Brands CEO - CNBC

"You see a lot of channel shift, and you see this in many recessionary environments," Constellation Brands CEO Bill Newlands told CNBC's Jim Cramer.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-04-04T00:36:02Z
Author: Tyler Clifford

Trump assures U.S. oil companies that they will get federal help to offset pandemic effects on oil prices - The Washington Post

“We’re going to make sure that they stay in good shape,” Trump said; Energy Department plans to expand Strategic Petroleum Reserve.

Source: The Washington Post
Published At 2020-04-04T00:48:32Z
Author: Anne Gearan, Steven Mufson, Will Englund

2021 Genesis G80 Debut; Coronavirus Car Seat Care | Talking Cars with Consumer Reports #249 - Consumer Reports

We discuss the digital debut of the 2120 Genesis G80. Find out how we think the sedan will stack up against its more established luxury competitors. We also ...

Published At 2020-04-04T00:49:37Z

Hobby Lobby will close all stores, furlough most workers - New York Daily News

The Oklahoma City-based arts and crafts chain, which has pushed back against orders to shut its shops’ doors, announced Friday it would wave the white flag and shutter all of stores.

Published At 2020-04-04T01:35:00Z
Author: Tim Balk

Laid-Off Flight Attendants Find New Work Fighting COVID-19 - NPR

Some airlines largely idled by the coronavirus crisis are beginning to retrain some of their flight crews to assist in hospitals and nursing homes.

Published At 2020-04-04T01:44:40Z

Amazon workers stage walkout in Chicago after employee tests positive for coronavirus - WLS-TV

Amazon workers at a warehouse on Chicago's Southwest Side are walking off the job after one of their colleagues tested positive for COVID-19.

Published At 2020-04-04T01:48:10Z

Coronavirus unemployment guide: What to do if you get laid off or furloughed - The Washington Post

Here are eight questions to consider if you find yourself among the hundreds of thousands of Americans without a job.

Source: The Washington Post
Published At 2020-04-04T03:35:20Z
Author: Jacob Bogage

Evergreen Park mayor suspends Walmart's liquor license, requests investigation after COVID-19 employee deaths - WGN TV Chicago

EVERGREEN PARK, Ill. – The mayor of Evergreen Park has suspended the liquor license of a Walmart that recently had two employees die of COVID-19. Mayor Jim Sexton told WGN Friday that he inqu…

Published At 2020-04-04T04:24:09Z
Author: Meghan Dwyer

Cramer's week ahead: 'We could be on the verge of a depression' - CNBC

"This is gonna be a brutal period, but if we handle things right, it will be a short depression," the "Mad Money" host said.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-04-04T04:29:12Z
Author: Tyler Clifford

The full story (and winner) of the Harley LiveWire vs Tesla Model 3 electric drag race - Electrek

Earlier this month we got a sneak peak at the first ever drag race between a Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycle and Tesla Model 3 Performance electric car. The original video, shot from the stands, lacked any background info and the winner of the ph…

Published At 2020-04-04T05:37:12Z

Tesla is dismissing contractors from its California and Nevada factories, sources say - CNBC

Tesla is letting go of contract workers from its U.S. car and battery plants after health orders to curb the COVID-19 pandemic forced it to wind down new vehicle production.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-04-04T10:40:49Z
Author: Lora Kolodny

'Nothing is out of the question': What it would take for the Fed to start buying stocks

The central bank could go where it's never gone before, into the equity market where it would take a passive interest in the performance of stocks.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-03-29T21:50:03Z
Author: Jeff Cox

Dow futures drop more than 400 points as Wall Street gives back some of last week's gains

Futures opened lower on Sunday night following sharp gains last week while the number of coronavirus cases in the U.S. keeps rising at an alarming rate.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-03-29T22:03:10Z
Author: Fred Imbert

Goldman says the market will turn lower again and won't bottom until these 3 things happen

"Bear markets are often punctuated by sharp bounces before resuming their downward trajectory," said David Kostin, Goldman's chief U.S. equity strategist.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-03-29T22:37:31Z
Author: Yun Li

Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: J&J, Sanofi, Regeneron, La-Z-Boy, Apple & more

The stocks making the biggest moves in premarket trading include J&J, Sanofi, Regeneron, La-Z-Boy, Apple, and more.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-03-30T11:58:12Z
Author: Peter Schacknow

Coronavirus: How Dubai, Saudi returnees slipped under radar, leading to spike in cases

India News: Many of those who returned from Gulf countries to India in February and early March were neither screened at airports nor advised to quarantine themse

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-03-29T14:46:00Z
Author: TNN

Coronavirus: Onus put on DMs, SPs to check influx

India News: In a move to curb the movement of migrant workers on roads and highways, the Centre on Sunday used the Disaster Management Act to fix responsibility o

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-03-29T15:21:00Z
Author: TNN

In worst-case scenario, 200,000 Americans could die from Covid-19: Anthony Fauci

US News: The coronavirus outbreak could kill 100,000 to 200,000 Americans, the US government's top infectious-disease expert warned on Sunday. Faced with that

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-03-29T20:42:00Z
Author: AP

US reaches H-1B cap of 65,000 for 2021

International Business News: The US Citizenship and Immigration Services said it has reached the congressionally-mandated 65,000 H-1B cap for the fiscal year 2021 as it received e

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-03-29T20:58:00Z
Author: PTI

New York state surpasses 1,000 coronavirus deaths

US News: New York state's death toll from the coronavirus outbreak climbed Sunday above 1,000, less than a month after the first known infection in the state.

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-03-29T21:05:00Z
Author: AP

PM Modi shares 3D animated videos of him practising yoga

India News: NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday shared 3D animated videos of him performing yoga on Twitter to show how he remains fit.

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-03-29T22:52:00Z
Author: PTI

Coronavirus latest updates: 2nd Covid-19 death in West Bengal, total 1,122 cases in country

India News: The total number of confirmed coronavirus cases surged to 1024 and the death toll reached 27 on Sunday, the health ministry said. Earlier, the central

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-03-30T00:36:00Z

Some U.S. Cities Could Have Coronavirus Outbreaks Worse Than Wuhan’s

Four ways to measure the size of the outbreak across U.S. metro areas.

Published At 2020-03-27T16:02:20-04:00
Author: By Nate Cohn, Josh Katz, Margot Sanger-Katz and Kevin Quealy

Germany Has Relatively Few Deaths From Coronavirus. Why?

The country is not immune to the pandemic. So what explains its current low fatality rate?

Published At 2020-03-28T15:00:06-04:00
Author: By Anna Sauerbrey

Who Knew Grocery Shopping Could Be So Stressful?

Pushing a shopping cart, braving crowded aisles and even unpacking bags feel perilous. Here’s our guide to shopping during the coronavirus crisis.

Published At 2020-03-26T05:00:11-04:00
Author: By Tara Parker-Pope

Uranus Ejected a Giant Plasma Bubble During Voyager 2’s Visit

The planet is shedding its atmosphere into the void, a signal that was recorded but overlooked in 1986 when the robotic spacecraft flew past.

Published At 2020-03-27T17:36:42-04:00
Author: By Robin George Andrews