The New York Times

Greitens' Re-emergence Fuels Speculation of a Comeback

O'FALLON, Mo. — Former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has re-emerged after nearly two years out of the public eye, fueling speculation that his resignation after a tawdry scandal didn't kill his political ...

Added April 03, 2020

Kushner Puts Himself in Middle of White House’s Chaotic Coronavirus Response

WASHINGTON — Peter T. Gaynor, the federal government’s top emergency manager, was about to go on television last week to announce that he would use wartime production powers to ensure the manufacture of ...

Added April 03, 2020

The Cuomo Show, Andrew and Chris, Enliven Coronavirus TV

NEW YORK — With all their familial love and drama, the Cuomo brothers — Andrew during the daytime, Chris at night — have become compelling figures in the plague-driven landscape of American television ...

Added April 02, 2020

Kushner Puts Himself in the Middle of the White House’s Chaotic Coronavirus Response

WASHINGTON — Peter T. Gaynor, the federal government’s top emergency manager, was about to go on television last week to announce that he would use wartime production powers to ensure the manufacture of ...

Added April 02, 2020

Colombia Quarantine Brings Evictions for Bogota's Poorest

BOGOTA — Jose Ramirez - whose total belongings fit into a scratched black suitcase and a backpack - is resigned to spending the night in a scruffy park in the depressed center of Colombia's capital, Bogota ...

Added April 02, 2020

There’s a Pandemic. Is This a Time for Tommy John Surgery?

Imagine you work for a Major League Baseball team and your star pitcher has a torn ulnar collateral ligament, the kind of elbow injury requiring Tommy John surgery. It will be at least 12 to 18 months ...

Added April 02, 2020

Study: Gonzaga, Michigan Top Academics-Based NCAA Brackets

RALEIGH, N.C. — Gonzaga and Michigan stood out in a study that seeded men’s and women’s NCAA Tournament brackets based on graduation rates, academic success and diversity in the head-coaching ranks.

Added April 02, 2020

What Students Are Saying About Public Preschool, Staying Healthy and Being Trapped Inside

For this week’s roundup of student comments on our writing prompts, we asked teenagers if they thought public preschool should be a right, what they are doing to stay healthy and sane during the pandemic ...

Added April 02, 2020

The Alternate Aesthetic Realities of ‘Tiger King’

Of all the shocks in the new Netflix true-crime series “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” — and they are myriad — few are more singular, more head-tiltingly odd than the scenes in which the show ...

Added April 02, 2020

A Conversation With Dr. Anthony Fauci

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Added April 02, 2020

In a Pandemic, Do Doctors Still Have a Duty to Treat?

It is a question being asked in hospitals across the country: What is the duty to treat in a viral pandemic, particularly one in which health workers are getting infected and there is a dearth of personal ...

Added April 02, 2020

The Racial Time Bomb in the Covid-19 Crisis

Early Monday morning the email arrived. The subject line began, “ALARM AT THE GATE,” written in all caps. Someone had died. That is always what that phrasing means.

Added April 02, 2020

Basketball: McLaren to Head Up International Basketball Integrity Unit

(Reuters) - Canadian law professor Richard McLaren, who wrote a report into state-sponsored doping in Russia for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), was appointed Integrity Officer for the International ...

Added April 01, 2020

McLaren to Put Staff on Furlough, F1 Drivers Take Pay Cut

LONDON — McLaren became the first Formula One team to furlough staff because of the coronavirus on Wednesday, with drivers Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz joining senior management in taking a pay cut.

Added April 01, 2020

Georgia Sen. Loeffler Gets Renewed Scrutiny Over Stock Moves

WASHINGTON — The husband of Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler recently acquired as much as $415,000 in stock in DuPont de Nemours, a chemical company that manufactures protective equipment in exceedingly high ...

Added April 01, 2020

Protect the Doctors and Nurses Who Are Protecting Us

Our health care system is on the cusp of a crisis not seen before. A ventilator shortage is coming, if it’s not already here. Hospitals, physicians and nurses are likely to face a terrible choice: Should ...

Added April 01, 2020

Study: Racial Graduation-Rate Gap Grows for Men's NCAA Teams

A diversity report for graduation rates among potential NCAA Tournament teams found a larger gap between white and black men’s players from the previous year, while male players continue to lag behind ...

Added April 01, 2020

Patient Has Virus and Serious Cancer. Should Doctors Withhold Ventilator?

One patient had lymphoma and heart failure. Another was 85 years old with metastatic cancer. A third was 83 and had dementia and lung disease. All were critically ill with the coronavirus, and, a doctor ...

Added April 01, 2020

Should Doctors Have the Right to Withhold Care From the Sickest?

One patient had lymphoma and heart failure. Another was 85 years old with metastatic cancer. A third was 83 and had dementia and lung disease. All were critically ill with the coronavirus, and, a doctor ...

Added April 01, 2020

US Opposes Kosovo’s 'New Barriers' to Serbian Goods

TIRANA, Albania — The decision of Kosovo's government to phase out the country's 100% tariff on imports from Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina starting Wednesday did not ease international pressure on the ...

Added April 01, 2020

What You Need to Know About the Coronavirus Right Now

(Reuters) - Here's what you need to know about the coronavirus right now:

Added April 01, 2020

White House Projects Grim Toll From Coronavirus

This briefing has ended. Read our global live coverage on the coronavirus pandemic here.

Added April 01, 2020

From Zero to Hero: Italy's Chinese Help Beat Coronavirus

FLORENCE — In the storm of infection and death sweeping Italy, one big community stands out to health officials as remarkably unscathed -- the 50,000 ethnic Chinese who live in the town of Prato.

Added March 31, 2020

Disputed Nagorno-Karabakh Region Holds Elections

MOSCOW — Nagorno-Karabakh, a region of Azerbaijan controlled by ethnic Armenian forces backed by Armenia, held presidential and parliamentary elections on Tuesday.

Added March 31, 2020

Ethiopia Postpones August Election Due to Coronavirus

ADDIS ABABA — Ethiopia has postponed its parliamentary election scheduled for August due to the coronavirus outbreak, the electoral board said on Tuesday, a move endorsed by some key opposition parties ...

Added March 31, 2020