Production problems and a brief pause on its use kept the one-dose vaccine from becoming the game changer that health officials across the country believed it would be.
Tuesday: As California reopens, here’s a look back at what the state has endured.
With the rise of remote work, developers are betting they can lure young talent and raise economic prospects for the state’s depressed areas.
When restaurants closed to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the nationwide market for oysters cratered. That’s not the end of the story.
The breach was the latest in a string of attacks targeting businesses critical to American infrastructure.
The first shows to reopen face a challenge: It is hard to draw audiences without tourists, but hard to draw tourists without shows.
It led the modern revival of Southern cuisine nearly 40 years ago, and remained a seedbed for talented chefs and new ideas.
Investigators traced 75 Bitcoins worth more than $4 million through nearly two dozen cryptocurrency accounts.
Gov. Philip D. Murphy said that he would shut down Edna Mahan, New Jersey’s only women’s prison, because of a “long history of abusive incidents.”
From on-demand video libraries to rooftop classes, boutique workout spots broadened beyond their tight spaces.
The century-old Drama Book Shop in Manhattan struggled for years. Then “Hamilton” happened.
After a stalled season last year, the beach buskers, bait sellers and heladeros embody the spirit of a city scrambling back.
The latest jobs report suggests that getting the economy back up to speed is not going to be effortless.
As the pandemic eases, data suggests customers may no longer see service workers as deserving of “hazard pay.”
Some JBS beef processing plants were operational, but not at full capacity, union officials said, after a ransomware attack shut nine plants, affecting thousands of workers.
Global shortages of many goods reflect the disruption of the pandemic combined with decades of companies limiting their inventories.
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.
One of the few places where performances continued steadily for much of the pandemic has had to shut down theaters just as they are reopening elsewhere.
Fear, grief and boredom pervade the lives of those contending with the country’s severe outbreak. Their solace: family, friends and their own efforts to help others.
Officials in the Indian capital have pledged to buy enough inoculations to avert another wave, but tight supplies and squabbling between central and local leaders make that a difficult prospect.
With restaurants leading the way, the New York job market is beginning to recover, but the pace is modest.
The city reopened hesitantly, as New Yorkers balanced caution with a desire to embrace the freedom of prepandemic life.
The company’s continuing labor tensions hovered over two consoling concerts featuring its orchestra and chorus.
Monday: San Francisco is studying the impact of limiting traffic over the past year, one of many “slow streets” programs that have galvanized transit activists.
But it will still take days for gas stations in the Southeast to restock after panic buying depleted their supplies.
The hacking group, which the F.B.I. has said was responsible for the ransomware attack, said it had received “pressure” from the U.S.
Ever since social distancing began, red and blue areas of our country have become even more culturally isolated from one another.
The operator, Colonial Pipeline, said it had halted systems for its 5,500 miles of pipeline after being hit by a ransomware attack.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo set May 19 as the date for allowing shops, theaters, restaurants and museums to operate at nearly full capacity.
New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are pushing ahead with May 19 reopening plans, and the subway will return to 24-hour service.
Landlords cut small retailers a break on rent during the pandemic, but stores are still struggling because too few office workers and tourists have returned.
The Democratic candidates are making radically different bets about the mood and priorities of New Yorkers as the city moves toward reopening after the pandemic.
How my UPS man went from annoyance to emotional lifeline.
Two New Jersey towns, Rutherford and Secaucus, are five miles apart. Students with autism in Rutherford have gotten far more in-person instruction.
It is hugely expensive and a stain on the country.
Walk the dog? Only one kilometer. Want a raclette maker? Sure. A lamp? Nope. During the pandemic, France’s bureaucracy has hit overdrive, and the French are increasingly fed up.
Even before the coronavirus hit, Italy had among the worst dropout rates in Europe. But closed schools and online classes have pushed students out in ever higher numbers.
Will the shifts brought on by the pandemic, favoring online retailers over bookstores and established authors over new ones, change publishing forever?
For the director Gina Prince-Bythewood, seeing her movie premiere there or just a poster for it on display was a sign that her work mattered. News of the closure hit hard.
The pandemic sent 32 million people in India from the middle class last year. Now a second wave is threatening the dreams of millions more looking for a better life.
Sure, the tax revenue is nice. But ….
Pandemic disruptions seemed to pose the biggest obstacles, but West Coast fires were far more damaging.
Sure, the tax revenue is nice. But ….
Low-paid workers are starting to flee the cities en masse, just like a year ago. But their hometowns, often in far-flung places, may once again be ill prepared to test arrivals and treat the sick.
Signs of life have returned to Sunset Park, but businesses are struggling and racism and hate crimes have made things worse. “The neighborhood hasn’t recovered,” a restaurant manager said.
The nuclear power plant at Indian Point will close at the end of the month, but the shutdown could cause a spike in greenhouse gases.
The pandemic has left Britain with deep economic wounds, but “Monday is a really positive start.”
As Gov. Gretchen Whitmer pleads for more coronavirus vaccine, the Biden administration on Monday urged her to shut Michigan down, something she wants to avoid.
When the Indian Point nuclear power plant shuts, its lost output will be filled primarily by generators that burn fuels that contribute to climate change.
Its executive chef, Melissa J. Rodriguez, has purchased the restaurant with a group of investors, with plans to open a similarly ambitious Italian restaurant.