The economist Emily Oster offers loads of data-driven advice about children and Covid-19. Many parents live by her words. Others say she’s dangerous.
The candidates make their last pitches, with Andrew Yang and Kathryn Garcia appearing together and Eric Adams denouncing gun violence.
With virus restrictions lifted, New Yorkers had mixed reactions to ending the precautions they’d grown used to.
A third-grade class in a historic town navigated a school year of loss and resilience shadowed by the pandemic.
The city’s prosperity is heavily dependent on patterns of work and travel that may be irreversibly altered.
During the pandemic, Americans have been asking existential questions about their lives; now they are changing them.
By joining forces, the two institutions hope to bounce back from the severe losses brought by the coronavirus.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s announcement signals the beginning of the end to an arrangement that many homeless people said provided a better living environment.
The pandemic revealed the glaring weaknesses of the world’s premier public health agency — and just how much work it would take to reform it.
Wednesday: At first, things didn’t seem so different. But as the day wore on, the changes were more palpable.
Precautions remain in places like the subway and hospitals, and businesses have the option to ask customers to wear masks.
Remote learning needs to end with the pandemic.
As more of the country is vaccinated, Americans are venturing out and spending more on lodging and entertainment, but less on goods.
Tuesday: As California reopens, here’s a look back at what the state has endured.
In a sign of life going back to normal, a capacity crowd at the Ed Sullivan Theater — face masks optional — roared for the highest-rated late night host.
Monday: Here’s what you need to know about the lifting of coronavirus pandemic restrictions.
An anticipated surge of tourism in Portugal is suddenly not at all certain — a symbol of the global economy’s continued struggle with pandemic uncertainty.
All coronavirus restrictions were supposed to end on June 21, but with the new Delta variant, the long-anticipated opening is increasingly problematic.
Friday: Vaccinated Californians will mostly be able to go mask-free. But there’s still some confusion. Also: News about California Today.
Flush the taps, focus on indoor air quality and consider getting creative about staff schedules.
The first shows to reopen face a challenge: It is hard to draw audiences without tourists, but hard to draw tourists without shows.
After last year’s edition was postponed amid the pandemic, the event returns in person with a crowd-pleasing lineup brimming with stories of community.
Wednesday: Even as coronavirus pandemic rules are lifted, the official emergency status will continue. Here’s what that means.
A blueprint for the C.D.C. to bring children back to classrooms safely.
Facing a wave of animosity, many Asian Americans remain afraid of public places even as the coronavirus pandemic recedes.
The first full-capacity arena concert in New York since March 2020 will feature rock ’n’ roll — but only for fans who are fully vaccinated — on June 20.
“I feel like a gazelle that’s just been born,” said one woman strapping back on the stilettos.
“Springsteen on Broadway” opens on June 26 at the St. James Theater; audience members will be required to show proof of full Covid-19 vaccination to enter.
While America has essentially lifted all rules for those who are vaccinated, the emergence of a new variant is leading Britain and the E.U. to move with more caution.
Many employers report having trouble finding applicants. Economists say the labor market may simply need time to get sorted out.
In an exhibition that sprawls across nearly 100 blocks of park, 24 contemporary artists address literal, metaphoric and poetic ideas of regrowth.
What is fresh breath even for, if it’s not for post-pandemic orgies in the park?
As nations like the United States prepare for a summer of hugs, gatherings and other activities safe for the vaccinated, nations still scrambling for shots are seeing some of their worst outbreaks.
The 500-capacity live venue in Bushwick will offer unique perks to musicians who play there, including a private pool and use of a loft apartment.
Last year, one million students and their teachers emptied out of New York City’s school buildings as the pandemic took hold of the city. These are the staff members who stayed.
Museums broke attendance records, movie theaters sold out and jazz fans packed clubs on a rainy Memorial Day weekend that felt far removed from the prior year’s pandemic traumas.
Covid may be waning. But businesses at the Northwest Angle, a tourist-dependent slice of Minnesota accessible by land only from Canada, still feel the pain.
Cities and states are spending millions to promote tourism as they reopen, but the marketing campaigns aren’t always the catchiest.
The virus took their mother. Now, as the city reopens, a brother and a sister are rebuilding their lives.
The pandemic abruptly closed the agency’s 1,200 offices, and officials are considering how to move forward. One issue: Without the offices, fewer low-income seniors sought benefits.
Smart choices in the pandemic mean that the Wigmore Hall is reopening in a more confident position than many other British venues.
With regulations changing by the week, the Bowl went from planning a modest reopening for sparse crowds to weighing vaccine requirements to planning to return at full capacity.
Total escapism will have to wait, though, as we get used to watching movies with sparse, socially distant crowds and abundant rules.
Americans may not need to achieve that goal in order to escape the Covid-19 pandemic.
After Covid, a better life is possible.
The health system, which is preparing to open a new laboratory that could process 100,000 tests a day, wants to take its program to public schools this fall.
All students and staff members will be back in school buildings full time come September, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Monday.
This Tony Award-winning musical has chosen the earliest reopening date of any thus far: The curtain is to go up on Sept. 2.
The Connecticut city of 130,000 has always punched above its cultural weight. Now as its museums come back to life, visitors can see works by van Gogh, Rothko and Hirst anew.
As productions and festivals reopen this summer, it will be nice to experience some drama outside of our own.