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After beating back a devastating springtime spread of the coronavirus, Europe is having an even deadlier second wave this fall. [Read More]
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He's making a list (he's disinfecting it twice). [Read More]
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Multiple showers, multiple buses, multiple patients, multiple masks and gloves. [Read More]
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After a brush with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, professional Santa Clauses are just trying to get through this holiday season safely. [Read More]
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Checking in with the blues bassist, the homeless student, the hipster priest and the lesbian couple who survived the Spanish flu and the Holocaust. [Read More]
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They are going to the grocery store again, but don't see vaccines making life normal right away. [Read More]
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A new monkey study offers a ray of hope for speeding up clinical trials of Covid-19 vaccines. [Read More]
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A global study confirms that during the pandemic, many of us ate more junk food, exercised less, were more anxious and got less sleep. [Read More]
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Six new paperbacks to check out this week. [Read More]
Test your knowledge of this week's health news. [Read More]
Readers respond to recent issues of the Sunday Book Review. [Read More]
A reporter answers questions about New York City's transit system, which faces a $12 billion budget shortfall as ridership starts to resume. [Read More]
Did you follow the headlines this week? [Read More]
As a standoff over federal aid persists, state and local governments are making deep budget cuts. "Everything's going to slow down," one official said. [Read More]
The storms displaced hundreds of thousands of people, creating a new class of refugees with more reason than ever to migrate north and setting up... [Read More]
Ethiopia's prime minister promised a swift, surgical military campaign in the restive province of Tigray. But doctors in the regional capital reported civilian deaths, looting... [Read More]
Exploring why we just can't seem to break free. [Read More]
In excerpts from a new collection, the former Times critic explores some of her favorite books, now with reimagined covers. [Read More]
Tough times may not bring love, but they do bring clarity. [Read More]
Last year, the tennis champion was shown with light skin in an instant noodle ad. Now, she'll be portrayed as a manga character, and illustrators... [Read More]
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