Trump will just make a scene and lie. What’s in it for voters?
Trump will just make a scene and lie. What’s in it for voters?
The coronavirus presents a daunting new test for SAT takers, including our reporter, whose Princeton Review guides haven’t been cracked in years.
Writing every day for weeks on end, she appealed to readers across the world. ‘That’ll be my role,’ she said. ‘To cheer people up.’
Former students are taking illegal and often dangerous jobs in India and other developing countries, potentially rolling back years of progress in social mobility and public health.
The number of lives lost daily has been rising through most of August and September, and new hot spots keep emerging. The U.S., Brazil, India and Mexico account for more than half of the total.
With prices for the precious metal surging, amateur prospectors are fanning out over the Scottish countryside, while the nation’s first commercial mine is set to start production.
A study offered an explanation for children’s ability to fight off the virus. The lockdown in Melbourne, Australia, is being further eased.
‘It’s important to approach this with the idea that there’s no ideal situation. If there were, we’d all be doing it.’
If you’re hoping to relocate, renew a lease or renegotiate an existing agreement, this is what to keep in mind.
What if you are better off without the office?
The population boomed in Winhall, Vt., as people tried to get away from Covid-19 hot spots. Bear complaints are up. Plumbers are booked until Christmas. And the dump is “sheer pandemonium.”
Dr. Shadowen, ill with the coronavirus, continued to attend working group meetings. She eventually died of Covid-19.
This year’s election will be a little different from past ones, given the pandemic, but with planning and a few precautions, voting shouldn’t be any more difficult.
This tournament was supposed to represent the next stage for the comeback of tennis, with fans in the stands and more freedom for the players. It is not turning out that way.
The e-commerce giant had struggled to gain a foothold in a society that prefers to shop in person, with cash, but now Italians are hooked on online shopping.
Improvements in gender equality in the workplace may be another casualty of the coronavirus, as women find their place in the work force more at risk.
Drug company workers, government officials and others have been injected. More will be soon, bewildering experts who worry about potential ill effects.
As seniors find themselves cut off from loved ones during the pandemic, some are turning to automated animals for company.
Japan is attempting a delicate balancing act as the pandemic has underlined the risks of the world’s economic reliance on Beijing.
Workers were followed, videotaped and threatened in confrontations across Minnesota, the state Department of Health said.
The attorney general has brought the department closer to the White House than it has been in a half-century, historians said.
Universities in the Pac-12 were clearly struggling financially even before the pandemic, which magnified the importance of football once it hit.
“There won’t be a transfer, frankly. There will be a continuation.” How could the president makes his intentions any clearer?
The secret may lie in an “innate” immune response that targets unrecognized invaders, scientists say.
Two former leaders of a Massachusetts veterans’ home were indicted on charges of criminal neglect related to the deaths of at least 76 residents. Israel imposed new limits on citizens traveling abroad.
The program has become a vital lifeline and allowed more than 10,000 restaurants and bars to take over sidewalks, streets and other public spaces.
Recent decisions certainly suggest as much.
Community leaders said residents have resisted the rules in part because of the influence of President Trump, whose views on masks have been embraced.
Iron ore, nickel, copper and other metal prices are rising as China restarts construction, and the global economy could benefit.
From Myanmar to Canada, people are asking: How did a superpower allow itself to be felled by a virus? And why won’t the president commit to a peaceful transition of power?
“Chefs would get off work and come to our place for late night dinners,” her boyfriend said. Ms. Phanavong died of the novel coronavirus.
Americans laboring on farms, in factories and on cleaning crews often have to retire before safety-net programs kick in and without assets in employer plans.
JodyAnn Morgan and Chaya Milchtein married in Indianapolis at what they called the “biggest, queerest wedding of the year.” There were no guests present, but an audience from around the world watched online.
The new FAFSA form, which is out on Thursday, requires last year’s tax data. But families that have lost income this year may need to take extra steps to qualify for help.
Limits on the number of Australians who can return have spurred a growing uproar over the country’s hard-line approach to the coronavirus.
The “unschooling” movement might help us deal with the problems posed by remote learning.
The bill, which would make the state the first to ban single-use paper bags at supermarkets, would also ban single-use plastic bags in stores and restaurants.
Delayed by the coronavirus pandemic, Stefan Herheim’s “Ring” cycle, rumored for a future Met Opera season, gets underway in Berlin.
“I am deeply sorry that an unexpected and unfortunate thing has happened in our territorial waters,” the North Korean leader said in a telephone message, officials in the South said.
Infections among young adults eventually may have spread to older, more vulnerable people, the C.D.C. reported.
Predictions were that immigrants would stop sending money home when the coronavirus took their jobs. But that did not take into account how determined foreign workers were to help their families.
Doctors are seeing a huge increase in patients who have been shedding abnormal amounts of hair, and they believe it is related to stress associated with the coronavirus.
The decision clears a path for programs like Oregon and Southern California, and means every Power 5 league intends to compete this fall.
President Trump declined for a second day to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he lost the election, while Republicans, including Mitch McConnell, implicitly rebuffed him, promising an “orderly transition.”
Even as early voting has gotten underway, some pivotal states are still litigating how ballots should be cast and counted, creating uncertainty that is being fanned by President Trump.
It is one of the first states to take on debt to plug a budget hole created by the impact of the coronavirus.
Bully and ignore the experts, and send in the quacks.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York said his state would conduct its own review of vaccines authorized by the federal government amid concern that the approval process has become politicized.
New filings for unemployment benefits rose last week, signaling continued layoffs even before autumn chills outdoor business.
Israel now has one of the world’s worst outbreaks of the coronavirus, but the government’s response has gotten mired in political and cultural wars.