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Coronavirus live updates: All religious places in Bengal to open from June 1, says CM Mamata Banerjee

Coronavirus update: India's Covid-19 count has crossed the 1.6 lakh mark and a total of 4,706 people have lost their lives due to the infection. With this, India climbed to the ninth spot among countries with the highest Covid-19 caseloads. Stay with TOI for …

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-05-28T16:58:18Z
Author: Times Of India

Former Chhattisgarh chief minister Ajit Jogi passes away

India News: Former Chhattisgarh chief minister Ajit Jogi passed away today at the age of 74. A bureaucrat-turned politician, Jogi had served as the first chief mi

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-05-29T04:58:00Z

GDP growth slows to 3.1% in Q4; core sector output contracts 38.1% in April

India Business News: The gross domestic product or GDP data released on Friday showed that the economy slowed to 3.1 per cent in the January-March quarter, partly as a res

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-05-29T06:57:00Z

Existing mechanisms with China being used to resolve Ladakh standoff: India to US

India News: Defence minister Rajnath Singh conveyed India's position to US defence secretary Mark T Esper on Friday sending a clear message to Washington for the

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-05-29T09:39:00Z
Author: PTI

Earthquake tremors felt in parts of Delhi, NCR

India News: NEW DELHI: Earthquake tremors were felt in parts of Delhi and NCR on Friday evening.

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-05-29T10:16:00Z

US burns with racial tension as Trump rages on and at Twitter

US News: Civil unrest exploded across America on the third day of protests in Minneapolis over the alleged daylight murder of a black man by a white police off

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-05-29T10:29:00Z
Author: Chidanand Rajghatta

US, UK raise Hong Kong at UN as pressure mounts on China

Rest of World News: The United States and Britain on Friday defied China's anger by raising Hong Kong's autonomy at the UN Security Council as President Donald Trump prep

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-05-29T11:17:00Z
Author: AFP

Trump’s ‘Horrifying Lies’ About Lori Klausutis May Cross a Legal Line

The president’s innuendo about the death of a congressional staffer in 2001 could lead to a costly court judgment against him.

Published At 2020-05-28T05:00:18-04:00
Author: By Peter H. Schuck

Taking Lessons From a Bloody Masterpiece

I’ve become obsessed with Thomas Eakins’s “The Gross Clinic.” Let me show you why.

Published At 2020-05-28T09:28:21-04:00
Author: By Jason Farago

Why Amy Cooper’s Use of ‘African-American’ Stung

In a racist confrontation with a black bird-watcher in Central Park, her choice of words was striking.

Published At 2020-05-29T05:00:23-04:00
Author: By Ginia Bellafante

Trump’s Vaccine Chief Has Vast Ties to Drug Industry, Posing Possible Conflicts

Moncef Slaoui, a former pharmaceutical executive, is now overseeing the U.S. initiative to develop coronavirus treatments and vaccines. His financial interests and corporate roles have come under scrutiny.

Published At 2020-05-20T22:00:11-04:00
Author: By Sheila Kaplan, Matthew Goldstein and Alexandra Stevenson

Fear of Covid-19 Leads Other Patients to Decline Critical Treatment

Psychologists say anxiety and uncertainty prompt irrational decisions — like turning down a transplant when an organ becomes available.

Published At 2020-05-25T11:15:39-04:00
Author: By Katie Hafner

Big Pharmacy Chains Also Fed the Opioid Epidemic, Court Filing Says

New details emerge in a lawsuit asserting that chains including CVS, Rite Aid and Walgreens sold millions of pills in small towns but rarely flagged suspicious orders to authorities.

Published At 2020-05-27T07:08:40-04:00
Author: By Jan Hoffman

When Coral’s Colorful Show Is a Sign That It’s Sick

Under stress, certain coral species put on displays to try to re-attract symbiotic algae they need to survive.

Published At 2020-05-22T10:08:59-04:00
Author: By David Waldstein

‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’: From Broadway Tear-Jerker to Covid-Era Anthem

Versions of the “Carousel” song by Aretha Franklin, Gerry and the Pacemakers and Liverpool F.C. fans have turned it into something universal.

Published At 2020-05-27T10:00:06-04:00
Author: By Elisabeth Vincentelli

Richard Herd, a Baffled Boss on ‘Seinfeld,’ Is Dead at 87

A busy character actor, he also appeared on several science-fiction shows, including “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” on which he played a Klingon.

Published At 2020-05-28T17:39:14-04:00
Author: By Richard Sandomir

‘Circumstantial Pleasures’ Review: The Lyrical Junkman Cometh

A new movie by Lewis Klahr, who makes striking, personal assemblages out of cultural detritus.

Published At 2020-05-28T10:00:11-04:00
Author: By Manohla Dargis

Whether You’re Making a Meal or Cleaning an Oil Spill, There’s a Fungus for That

In “Entangled Life,” the biologist Merlin Sheldrake shines a celebratory spotlight on the little understood features and functions of fungal networks.

Published At 2020-05-27T05:00:01-04:00
Author: By Jennifer Szalai

No Touch, No Hands-On Learning, for Now, as Museums Try to Reopen

Science and children’s museums are studying how to rethink their many tactile exhibits to keep people safe.

Published At 2020-05-29T05:00:37-04:00
Author: By Julia Jacobs

Making Home Safe for Kids This Summer

Experts identify common hazards in the home and what can be done to prevent accidents.

Published At 2020-05-28T05:00:11-04:00
Author: By Jolie Kerr

Telemedicine for Home Repairs?

The coronavirus has made homeowners wary of inviting workers into their homes, but some contractors can make a diagnosis virtually.

Published At 2020-05-29T09:00:09-04:00
Author: By Ronda Kaysen

How to Recover From Covid-19 at Home

Rest and fluids are essential, but not always enough. Here are some more things you can do to feel better.

Published At 2020-05-27T05:00:19-04:00
Author: By Maggie Astor

It’s Not Too Late to Get a Virtual Internship

Here’s how college students whose summer plans fell through can line up virtual internships.

Published At 2020-05-27T05:00:09-04:00
Author: By Lisa Heffernan

The TV Commercial, Once Advertising’s Main Event, Suffers in the Pandemic

People are watching more television these days. But companies are spending less time, effort and money on TV ads.

Published At 2020-05-28T12:50:15-04:00
Author: By Tiffany Hsu

Bank Regulator’s Battle With Anti-Redlining Law Comes to an End

Joseph Otting, the top overseer of the country’s largest banks, drew from his own experiences as a banker to rewrite rules for the Community Reinvestment Act. Not everyone is on board.

Published At 2020-05-28T15:05:22-04:00
Author: By Emily Flitter and Jeanna Smialek

Hydrogen as Fuel? An Italian Pasta Factory Shows How It Could Work

A producer of orecchiette and paccheri is using the potentially clean energy source in a trial.

Published At 2020-05-27T10:06:37-04:00
Author: By Stanley Reed

Older Italians Warily Eye Young Crowds, Fearing 2nd Coronavirus Wave

As the country cautiously emerges from lockdown, anxieties have centered on public gatherings of teenagers and young adults — unfairly, some experts say.

Published At 2020-05-29T06:29:53-04:00
Author: By Emma Bubola

Roman Villa’s Mosaics Are Unearthed, Again, a Century After Last Dig

The site in northern Italy was excavated in 1922, but then reburied and mostly forgotten about. But not by archaeologists, who made “an important find” of mosaics from the third or fourth century A.D.

Published At 2020-05-28T16:01:26-04:00
Author: By Elisabetta Povoledo

South Korean Ends Yearlong Tower Protest After Samsung Apologizes

After 355 days perched atop a Seoul traffic tower, Kim Yong-hee, who says he was fired for labor activism, climbed down.

Published At 2020-05-29T09:36:19-04:00
Author: By Choe Sang-Hun

Pompeo Releases Letter Clearing Him of Violating Law With Kansas Trips

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also criticized Senator Robert Menendez, Democrat of New Jersey, who has opened an investigation into the firing of the State Department inspector general.

Published At 2020-05-28T20:35:05-04:00
Author: By David E. Sanger and Edward Wong

U.S. Accuses Russian Military Hackers of Attack on Email Servers

The unusually public complaint showed that American spy agencies are becoming more aggressive in calling out Moscow’s interference as the presidential election approaches.

Published At 2020-05-28T18:41:17-04:00
Author: By Julian E. Barnes and David E. Sanger

Scientists Question Validity of Major Hydroxychloroquine Study

Experts are demanding verification of data and methods used in a study of malaria drugs used to treat Covid-19. The study suggested the drugs may have increased deaths.

Published At 2020-05-29T10:19:52-04:00
Author: By Roni Caryn Rabin

These Athletes Had the Coronavirus. Will They Ever Be the Same?

Von Miller of the Denver Broncos called the disease a “surreal” experience and said he struggled at first to workout. Other athletes have endured lingering lung and other health issues.

Published At 2020-05-29T12:43:24-04:00
Author: By Andrew Keh

Is It Safe to Keep Employing a Cleaner? Wrong Question, Lady

Introducing your new Work Friend: Roxane Gay.

Published At 2020-05-29T05:00:15-04:00
Author: By Roxane Gay

‘It’s Like I’m Floating’: Skating New York Under Lockdown

For many skateboarders, this time of vacancy is also a moment of opportunity, even of liberation.

Published At 2020-05-29T05:00:06-04:00
Author: By Antonio de Luca and Sam Youkilis

Do My Tweets Really Threaten China’s National Security?

The Communist Party was always going to try to tame Hong Kong, but its latest efforts are something else.

Published At 2020-05-29T05:07:12-04:00
Author: By Jimmy Lai

What Could Kill My New York Bookstores?

It won’t be Amazon or the coronavirus. It will be artificially high rents.

Published At 2020-05-29T05:00:22-04:00
Author: By Sarah McNally

The ‘Liberal World Order’ Was Built With Blood

As the United States reckons with its decline, it should understand where its power came from in the first place.

Published At 2020-05-29T05:00:26-04:00
Author: By Vincent Bevins

Why Is Police Brutality Still Happening?

Videos of state-sponsored killings have been going viral for years. Little has changed.

Published At 2020-05-28T18:50:03-04:00
Author: By Spencer Bokat-Lindell

Prisoners May Hold the Key to Releasing Us from Coronavirus Lockdown

Research on the pandemic behind bars, ethically conducted, could help everyone.

Published At 2020-05-29T05:00:20-04:00
Author: By Marc M. Howard

Did You Really Think Trump Would Mourn With Us?

The president’s indifference to collective grieving is of a piece with a political movement that denies our collective ties.

Published At 2020-05-29T05:00:38-04:00
Author: By Jamelle Bouie

On the Economics of Not Dying

What good is increasing G.D.P. if it kills you?

Published At 2020-05-28T18:30:08-04:00
Author: By Paul Krugman

If We Had a Real Leader

Imagining Covid under a normal president.

Published At 2020-05-28T18:30:09-04:00
Author: By David Brooks

Tony Kushner: Larry Kramer Howled the Truths We Needed to Hear

The playwright sacrificed his art in favor of an unrelenting commitment to activism.

Published At 2020-05-29T11:34:57-04:00
Author: By Tony Kushner

Of Course There Are Protests. The State Is Failing Black People.

The collapse of politics and governance leaves no other option.

Published At 2020-05-29T05:25:10-04:00
Author: By Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor

A Trump vs. Twitter Week

It’s a pandemic, protests against police brutality are gripping the country, and the president of the United States and Twitter are battling it out.

Published At 2020-05-29T13:08:15-04:00
Author: By Shira Ovide

One Hundred Thousand Lives

A dictionary collector. A wind chaser. A disco dancer. They are just a few of the more than 100,000 lost to the coronavirus in the U.S.

Published At 2020-05-29T06:00:29-04:00

How to Use All Your California Produce

Friday: Some expert advice from Los Angeles. Also: More reopening updates.

Published At 2020-05-29T08:55:05-04:00
Author: By Jill Cowan and Tejal Rao

Protests Against Police Escalate

And what else you need to know today.

Published At 2020-05-29T06:46:55-04:00
Author: By David Leonhardt

How ‘Quiz’, a Drama About Coughing, Captivated Lockdown Britain

The show, about a couple who cheated on a game show, is coming to AMC. It wasn’t just a hit in Britain; it changed attitudes toward one of that country’s strangest crimes.

Published At 2020-05-28T14:14:32-04:00
Author: By Alex Marshall

Its Coronavirus Caseload Soaring, India Is Reopening Anyway

Worried for its economy, India loosened tough restrictions and may lift them entirely this weekend. But infection numbers are climbing fast.

Published At 2020-05-29T02:48:48-04:00
Author: By Kai Schultz and Sameer Yasir

Moscow Revises Coronavirus Tally, Doubling Death Toll: Live Coverage

After weeks of scrutiny over a coronavirus death toll so low that Russian officials labeled it a “miracle,” Moscow health authorities now say they have “improved” their count of April deaths.

Published At 2020-05-29T00:01:35-04:00

Pandemic Forces Car Dealers to Do the Unthinkable: Sell Online

Dealerships have long resisted e-commerce, but with many showrooms closed, the dynamic is changing.

Published At 2020-05-29T05:00:29-04:00
Author: By Neal E. Boudette

Forget Swooshes and V’s. The Economy’s Future Is a Question Mark.

Is it a V, an L or a W? Economists are giving up on assigning a letter to the wildly uncertain recovery that lies ahead.

Published At 2020-05-29T11:31:40-04:00
Author: By Jeanna Smialek

Stocks Drop on Rising U.S.-China Tensions: Live Updates

The latest on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.

Published At 2020-05-29T05:00:54-04:00

N.Y.C. Is Expected to Begin Reopening June 8: Live Updates

Governor Cuomo said he thought the city would meet health benchmarks by then. He also cleared five upstate regions for broader reopening.

Published At 2020-05-29T07:31:46-04:00

Virus Forces N.Y.C. to Consider Tactic That Nearly Led to Ruin in ’75

A bill would allow the city to borrow up to $7 billion to pay its operating expenses. But Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the maneuver was “fiscally questionable.”

Published At 2020-05-29T05:00:24-04:00
Author: By Luis Ferré-Sadurní, Jeffery C. Mays and Jesse McKinley

Coronavirus Live Updates: Economists Agree No One Can Predict the Shape of the U.S. Recovery

More than 100 scientists are questioning an influential study on the use of malaria drugs to treat Covid-19. Republicans and North Carolina’s governor trade demands over the planned G.O.P. convention.

Published At 2020-05-29T05:30:55-04:00

How Trump’s Tweets Cause Collateral Damage for Families Already in Pain

The president’s baseless insinuations about the death of Lori Klausutis reflect a callous pattern that can leave even ordinary people facing threats from his supporters long after he has moved on.

Published At 2020-05-29T05:00:37-04:00
Author: By Patricia Mazzei, Jennifer Medina, Maggie Haberman and Sydney Ember

Twitter Places Warning on a Trump Tweet, Saying It Glorified Violence

The president’s tweet, which implied that protesters in Minneapolis could be shot, could not be viewed without reading a brief notice, and users were blocked from liking or replying to it.

Published At 2020-05-29T04:09:53-04:00
Author: By Peter Baker, Raymond Zhong and Russell Goldman

Trump’s Looting Remarks Escalate Growing Crisis in Minneapolis

The president’s tweets prompted Twitter to append them with a note saying the posts were “glorifying violence.”

Published At 2020-05-29T09:51:25-04:00
Author: By Maggie Haberman and Alexander Burns

Protests in Minnesota Renew Scrutiny of Klobuchar’s Record as Prosecutor

Amy Klobuchar, now being considered as a potential vice-presidential candidate, oversaw several cases involving police shootings in Minneapolis during her years as a prosecutor.

Published At 2020-05-29T11:39:34-04:00
Author: By Nick Corasaniti and Katie Glueck

In George Floyd’s Death, a Police Technique Results in a Too-Familiar Tragedy

Police departments have tried to ban or severely limit the use of chokeholds and neck restraints. But in Minneapolis, a knee pressing on a neck led to a man’s death.

Published At 2020-05-29T03:00:11-04:00
Author: By Neil MacFarquhar

George Floyd Death Live Updates: Officer Is in Custody

A police station was set on fire in Minneapolis as demonstrators denounced the death of a black man while he was in police custody. Twitter attached a warning to a tweet by President Trump.

Published At 2020-05-29T05:53:08-04:00

Volkswagen pumps 2 billion euros into China electric vehicle bet - Reuters

Volkswagen AG plans to boost its electric push in China, the world's biggest auto market, by pumping 2.1 billion euros in two Chinese electric vehicle players.

Source: Reuters
Published At 2020-05-29T13:04:08Z
Author: Yilei Sun

Stocks slip as Trump puts China on alert - Fox Business

Stocks were lower Friday ahead of President Trump's press conference to address China's aggression in Hong Kong.

Source: Fox Business
Published At 2020-05-29T13:31:52Z
Author: Jonathan Garber

Be prepared to wash your own hair and pay a COVID-19 fee. Your trip to the hair salon and barbershop won’t be the same after the lockdown - MarketWatch

Getting your hair done will be a lonelier, quieter experience for the time being

Source: MarketWatch
Published At 2020-05-29T13:33:47Z
Author: Leslie Albrecht

Uber introduces a new hourly rate for longer, multistop trips - The Verge

Uber introduced a new “hourly” feature in which riders can pay $50 an hour for longer, multistop trips. The new feature is designed for the “new normal” of COVID-19 in which riders may be seeking to avoid public transportation while running errands.

Source: The Verge
Published At 2020-05-29T13:35:42Z
Author: Andrew J. Hawkins

Better Buy: Alibaba vs. Alphabet - Motley Fool

These two technology giants are leaders in their respective markets. Discover what makes one a better investment choice.

Source: Motley Fool
Published At 2020-05-29T13:40:00Z
Author: Robert Izquierdo

The worst is yet to come for India's slowing economy - CNN

India's economy kicked off 2020 with its weakest quarter in at least eight years. But the biggest drop is yet to come.

Source: CNN
Published At 2020-05-29T13:55:02Z
Author: Jill Disis and Swati Gupta, CNN Business

This incredibly popular store is one of the hardest to socially distance in - CNN

TJ Maxx built its appeal on the "treasure hunt" shopping experience. Now it must persuade shoppers that it's safe to return to scavenging stores in the age of a pandemic.

Source: CNN
Published At 2020-05-29T14:34:02Z
Author: Nathaniel Meyersohn, CNN Business

Malls, gyms, more to remain closed in Phase 2 of NY reopening plan: full list -

New York released an official list of businesses that have to remain closed during Phase 2 of the state's reopening plan on Friday morning. According to the state, the following businesses will remain closed:

Published At 2020-05-29T14:43:00Z
Author: Joshua Pietzold

The Worst Crisis in a Century Is Setting the Stage for Bitcoin - Cointelegraph

The world’s existing economies are suffering due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has revealed the main benefits of decentralized tech and crypto

Source: Cointelegraph
Published At 2020-05-29T14:43:59Z
Author: Jay Hao

The world's 'largest all electric commercial aircraft' completes its first flight - CNBC

The plane took off from an airport in Moses Lake, Washington.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-05-29T14:44:23Z
Author: Anmar Frangoul

U.S. consumer spending tanks; savings hit record high - Reuters

U.S. consumers cut spending by the most on record for the second straight month in April while boosting savings to an all-time high, and the growing frugality reinforced expectations the economy could take years to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Source: Reuters
Published At 2020-05-29T15:24:00Z
Author: Lucia Mutikani

WATCH LIVE: Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell takes part in Princeton online forum - PBS NewsHour

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Source: YouTube
Published At 2020-05-29T15:32:14Z

Varney: 'I've been wrong about Elon Musk' - Fox Business

FOX Business’ Stuart Varney said he was ‘wrong’ about Tesla CEO Elon Musk and calls him the 'most important executive in the world.’ #FoxBusiness Subscribe t...

Source: YouTube
Published At 2020-05-29T15:45:34Z

Google reportedly rescinds 2,000 contract worker jobs - The Verge

Google rescinded more than 2,000 offers to contract workers as it slows hiring and spending because of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Google said last month that it would slow the pace of hiring this year.

Source: The Verge
Published At 2020-05-29T15:51:27Z
Author: Jacob Kastrenakes

Hertz bankruptcy and a distressed rental car market means more pain for U.S. automakers - CNBC

New vehicle sales to rental car companies accounted for about 10%, or 1.7 million vehicles, last year. That demand came to a grinding halt due to the coronavirus crisis.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-05-29T15:54:35Z
Author: Michael Wayland

First 42 coronavirus tests at Springfield Great Clips location all negative - KMBC Kansas City

The Springfield-Greene County Health Department is testing 140 clients of a Great Clips salon in the southwestern Missouri city.

Source: KMBC Kansas City
Published At 2020-05-29T16:02:07Z
Author: The Associated Press

New drugs make headway against lung, prostate, colon cancers - The Associated Press

Doctors are reporting success with newer drugs that control certain types of cancer better, reduce the risk it will come back and make treatment simpler and easier to bear. Gentler drugs...

Source: Associated Press
Published At 2020-05-29T16:32:23Z
Author: Marilynn Marchione

Tyson Pork Plant In Iowa Shuts After Hundreds Of Workers Test Positive for COVID-19 - HuffPost

The company said 550 of the plant's 2,400 workers tested positive for the coronavirus.

Source: HuffPost
Published At 2020-05-29T16:39:01Z
Author: Mary Papenfuss

Coronavirus live updates: Will wait for PM's decision over re-opening of temples, mosques and churches, Karna

Coronavirus update: Total number of cases in India crossed 1.45 lakh. The country recorded more than 6,000 new Covid-19 cases, and over 4167 deaths. Meanwhile, worldwide coronavirus cases have topped 5.5 million. Stay with TOI for live updates.

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-05-26T17:08:30Z
Author: Times Of India

As Trump offers to mediate between India and China, Beijing counsels restraint

India News: US President Donald Trump on Wednesday offered to "mediate" the border dispute between India and China, saying he was "ready, willing and able" to eas

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-05-27T08:35:00Z
Author: Chidanand Rajghatta

Envoy reaches out, says India and China pose no threat to each other

India News: Amid tensions along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and some aggressive commentary in Chinese media, China’s ambassador to India Sun Weidong on Wedne

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-05-27T15:12:00Z
Author: Sachin Parashar

India tally over 1.5 lakh, last 50k in 9 days

India News: India crossed the grim milestone of 1.5 lakh Covid-19 cases by registering 6,366 fresh cases on Wednesday, taking the country’s total caseload to 1,5

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-05-27T15:56:00Z
Author: TNN

Day after controversy, Rahul Gandhi lauds Maharashtra work on Covid-19

India News: A day after his statement that the Congress was “only supporting” and “not running” the Maharashtra government sparked talk of a rift in the Maha Vika

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-05-27T16:23:00Z
Author: Prafulla Marpakwar

In a first, drone used to clear locust swarms in Chomu

India News: JAIPUR: In a first, the state agriculture department is using a drone to clear locusts in the state.

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-05-27T18:17:00Z
Author: TNN

US bill to pressure China over Uighur rights goes to Trump for decision


Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-05-27T18:36:00Z
Author: Reuters

A Campaign Milestone: ‘I Was Drugged and Raped,’ Heard in a Candidate’s Ad

A Democratic congressional candidate in Virginia is releasing a TV spot where she speaks candidly about assault, a new step in a political landscape altered by the #MeToo movement.

Published At 2020-05-21T16:12:25-04:00
Author: By Lisa Lerer and Giovanni Russonello

White Woman Is Fired After Calling Police on Black Man in Central Park

Video of the incident touched off intense discussions about the history of black people being falsely reported to the police.

Published At 2020-05-26T08:13:27-04:00
Author: By Sarah Maslin Nir

Emotional Eating in Quarantined Kids

Boredom and stress are two big contributors to emotional eating, and children have a lot of both right now.

Published At 2020-05-18T05:00:09-04:00
Author: By Perri Klass, M.D.

How Upbeat Vaccine News Fueled a Stock Surge, and an Uproar

The desperate hunt for treatments and vaccines has changed how researchers, regulators, drug companies like Moderna, investors and journalists do their jobs.

Published At 2020-05-23T10:36:26-04:00
Author: By Katie Thomas and Denise Grady

How to Keep Kids Moving (Personal Bounce House Not Required)

Parents are getting creative to make physical activity fun, yet easy, during lockdown.

Published At 2020-05-15T12:01:20-04:00
Author: By Paul L. Underwood

Polio and Measles Could Surge After Disruption of Vaccine Programs

A new study of 129 countries found that the interruption of inoculation efforts could put 80 million babies at risk of getting deadly, preventable diseases.

Published At 2020-05-22T11:00:07-04:00
Author: By Jan Hoffman

12 Underknown Songs From the Region That Birthed Emo

The punk scene in Washington, D.C., (and its surrounding suburbs) figured out what happened after hardcore. What happened after that was out of its hands.

Published At 2020-05-27T11:29:57-04:00
Author: By Joe Gross

Now on Netflix: Portraits of Grief With Unplanned Relevance

The high school series “Never Have I Ever” and “I’m Not Okay With This” are oblivious to the coronavirus pandemic, but both exhibit how grief can change how we move through the world.

Published At 2020-05-27T13:33:53-04:00
Author: By Maya Phillips

Soccer’s Landscape Was Already Shifting. Then an Earthquake Struck.

Over the last 20 years, some once-grand clubs have been left behind by insurgents with new money and big ideas. In Germany, their fate may be a harbinger of what is to come after the shutdown.

Published At 2020-05-27T01:00:08-04:00
Author: By Rory Smith

How Studio Ghibli Went From Streaming Holdout to HBO Max Star

The revered producer of anime classics had long relied on home video sales and saw digital platforms as anathema to its philosophy of care and mindfulness.

Published At 2020-05-27T14:28:12-04:00
Author: By Nicole Sperling

When the Mexican Air Force Went to War Alongside America

In 1945, the 201st Mexican Fighter Squadron helped the U.S. Army Air Forces defeat Japan — significantly changing relations between the two allies after the war.

Published At 2020-05-27T05:00:36-04:00
Author: By Richard Parker