Former Senator Christopher J. Dodd writes of his father’s role at the World War II military tribunal, and the lessons that can be drawn today.
The northern Italian province became one of the deadliest killing fields for the virus in the Western world. But a Times investigation found that faulty guidance and bureaucratic delays rendered the toll far worse than it had to be.
In several countries, entrenched leaders are taking advantage of coronavirus restrictions and a world distracted by the pandemic to clamp down hard on prominent political opponents.
The 49ers would need to train away for the headquarters for three weeks under an order from local health officials. The Broncos have none of their quarterbacks available for their game on Sunday.
On April 15, more Americans were reported dead of Covid-19 than on any other day of the pandemic. The daily toll is growing close once more.
Too many people are still longing for their old routines. Get some new ones instead.
As school districts diverge on handling the pandemic, Baltimore City Public Schools are slowly trying to get students back in the classroom. It has not been easy, but neither has remote learning.
It began as a stopgap way to get through the pandemic, but both participants and providers say virtual sessions have some clear advantages and will likely become a permanent part of recovery.
Contemporary hermits are reaching out to people struggling with isolation. Their message: Go inward, and get outside.
Novice hikers and climbers have flocked to the outdoors, but some are unprepared for the dangers on the trails.
Leading up to the Christmas season, France, Germany and Italy will keep slopes shut, but Austria and Switzerland have vowed to reopen theirs, in Europe’s latest struggle to coordinate a pandemic response.
A rise in demand for heating equipment has left some products back-ordered for months, possibly jeopardizing prospects for some businesses of getting through the pandemic intact.
The emergence of vaccines has taken the edge off the worst fears, but a meaningful economic recovery probably remains distant.
To retain the essence of the holiday in a pandemic-scarred year, many Americans found themselves having to bend Thanksgiving traditions into unexpected shapes.
Regulators may approve the troubled AstraZeneca vaccine and the American-made Pfizer shot weeks before the U.S. does so.
As the coronavirus pandemic surges across the country, hospitals are facing a crisis-level shortage of beds and staff to provide adequate care for patients.
The pandemic has changed everything about the stressful admissions process, adding even more strain on students.
When President Trump quit the health organization, he left a list of seven demands on the table. Here they are.
The latest data firmly establishes India’s position among the worst-performing major economies, despite government spending meant to blunt the pandemic’s impact.
Hard-to-trace clusters, along with pandemic fatigue, have forced officials in Hong Kong, South Korea and Japan to keep recalibrating their responses.
The coronavirus is not a shape shifter like the flu virus, but it could become vaccine resistant over time. That prompts researchers to urge vigilance.
The company has added 427,300 employees in 10 months, bringing its global work force to more than 1.2 million.
Three savers learned some important lessons early on.
To the dismay of Democrats, the president’s strategy of ignoring the pandemic mostly worked for Republicans.
How did it become a patriotic duty to buy online?
Should masks be stored with the underwear or with the socks?
All over New York City, thousands spent hours waiting at clinics, motivated by a deep need to visit their parents.
The pandemic has unmoored us from time.
Millions of people have been displaced by the pandemic. Jessika and her 6-year-old, Sebastián, are among the many who have yet to find a home.
To feel close to my father, a man I never fully knew, I eat chicken nuggets.
Some Conservative lawmakers are calling Boris Johnson’s plans to continue restricting most of England’s bars and restaurants “authoritarian.”
The N.F.L.’s 2019 M.V.P. is among more than a dozen Baltimore players who have reportedly tested positive for the virus.
She performed autopsies in New York that found blood clots in vital organs, suggesting how much the virus spreads through the body.
While no troops will be administering shots or dropping off doses, scores of Defense Department employees are involved in the effort.
The holiday ritual was limited to a block, with parts pretaped for television and barricades to keep people away. Still, a few curious spectators showed up.
The justices issued six opinions, several of them unusually bitter, in upholding challenges from churches and synagogues to state pandemic restrictions on religious services.
“You have a different court, and I think that was the statement the court was making,” the governor said after a 5-4 decision barring restrictions on religious services.
A spate of new travel insurance policies have begun covering Covid-19, just as many international destinations begin to require it. Here’s what to look for.
People who already have dental problems may see them aggravated by encounters with the coronavirus, some experts suggest.
For the cosmetics mogul and philanthropist Leonard Lauder, the city, with its museums, public transit and parks, is an explorer’s delight.
The tensions point to the difficulty governors across the Northeast have had in persuading districts to reopen — decisions that often require school boards to buck powerful unions.
The positive test rate in Erie County has remained above 5 percent for almost two weeks.
To come out of this pandemic better than we went in, we must let ourselves be touched by others’ pain.
One bird feeder became two, then three. Months passed.
The team’s owner, Jerry Jones, is pursuing “a continued aggressive approach to having fans” at home games, even as coronavirus cases rise in the area around the stadium.
In earlier rulings related to coronavirus restrictions in California and Nevada, the court had taken the opposite approach. But its membership has changed since then.
The Houston-area men charged a foreign government more than $317 million for the masks, about five times the public list price, the authorities said.
He entertained from the borscht belt to the Philharmonic, playing an unconventional instrument with vaudevillian flair. He died of complications of Covid-19.
In an emotional address, he pleaded with Americans to “hang on” and cited the death of his son to say that he understood the loss in the nation.
Each of us must make choices this Thanksgiving to keep the pandemic from getting even worse.