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Jenny Polanco, Fashion Designer with a Caribbean Palette, Dies at 62

This obituary is part of a series about people who died in the coronavirus pandemic. Read about others here.Jenny Polanco designed women’s fashions from...

A Heart Attack? No, It Was the Coronavirus

The 64-year-old patient arrived at a hospital in Brooklyn with symptoms looking like those seen in patients having a serious heart attack.An electrocardiogram revealed...

Coronavirus in Canada: One Continent, Two Very Different Responses to the...

“It’s not like making a sedan or S.U.V.,” an adviser to the United States Food and Drug Administration said. “Sounds good as a sound...

Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today

The U.S. braces for an onslaughtAfter erupting on the East and West Coasts, the coronavirus outbreak has made its way inland, threatening to overwhelm...

Shielding the Fetus From the Coronavirus

Newborns and babies have so far seemed to be largely unaffected by the coronavirus, but three new studies suggest that the virus may reach...

Sol Kerzner, South African Casino Tycoon, Is Dead at 84

In 1994, he acquired the bankrupt Paradise Island Resort in the Bahamas and converted it into a 2,300-room resort called Atlantis — a brand...

What if Restaurants and Pubs Disappear in Australia?

The Australia Letter is a weekly newsletter from our Australia bureau. This week’s issue is written by Besha Rodell, a columnist with the Australia...

‘Be in No Doubt That I Can Continue,’ Boris Johnson Says

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Boris Johnson, U.K. Prime Minister, Has the Coronavirus

LONDON — Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday that he had the coronavirus and was suffering mild symptoms, becoming the first leader of...

Of ‘Covidivorces’ and ‘Coronababies’: Life During a Lockdown

MONTREAL — After the pair had sanitized the tops of their beer cans, Morgane Clément-Gagnon, 33, gazed at the lanky musician she had newly...

After Exposing Corruption in Russian Courts, He’s Now in Jail Himself

“I heard you,” the chief investigator said. “I understand everything, there is no need to explain.”Mr. Davydov was first detained in May 2016, hours...

Your Friday Briefing – The New York Times

The outbreak’s staggering economic tollNearly 3.3 million people filed for unemployment benefits last week, according to a Labor Department report released on Thursday that...

News Quiz: Coronavirus, Chloroquine, Kenny Rogers

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Your Friday Briefing – The New York Times

Pandemic’s next target: AmericaThe U.S. — after months of mixed messages from the Trump administration about the dangers of the coronavirus — is the...

Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today

The shutdown in India has already turned chaoticThough India has reported only around 700 coronavirus cases, it has imposed a nationwide stay-home order, shuttering...

Coronavirus in Japan, New York Hospitals, Maduro Indictment: Your Friday Briefing

(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.)Good morning.We’re covering a new sense of risk in Japan’s coronavirus outbreak, China’s travel ban...

On Job Just 6 Weeks, U.K.’s Finance Chief Shines in Crisis

LONDON — When Rishi Sunak was elected to Parliament in 2015, he recalled a piece of advice from his father-in-law, Narayana Murthy, a technology...

National Cathedral, Nasdaq, Businesses and Unions Locate Troves of N95 Masks

Joe Alonso, the head stonemason at the Washington National Cathedral, had tended to the building for 35 years. He knew its nooks and crannies.So...

To Slow Virus, China Bars Entry by Almost All Foreigners

BEIJING — Worried that international travelers might trigger a second wave of coronavirus infections, China announced late Thursday night that it was suspending practically...

Surging Traffic Is Slowing Down Our Internet

Internet service providers said they could handle the deluge of traffic but were adding capacity. Verizon, Cox and AT&T said they were building more...

Europe Fumbled Coronavirus at First. Can It Manage the Pandemic Now?

BRUSSELS — With the rapid spread of the new coronavirus, the flattened world has developed a few speed bumps. With trade disrupted and economies...

Unprepared for the Worst: World’s Most Vulnerable Brace for Virus

Many camp clinics are already struggling to fight outbreaks like dengue and cholera, leaving them without the resources to treat chronic conditions, such as...

What You Can Do About Coronavirus Right Now

You have an essential role to play in slowing the spread...

Your Thursday Briefing – The New York Times

Senate passes $2 trillion relief packageLawmakers unanimously approved an enormous aid measure on Wednesday that would send direct payments of $1,200 to Americans earning...

White House Considers Postponing Tariffs to Help Businesses: Live Updates

Trump weighs postponing tariff payments to help businesses.The Trump administration is considering postponing tariff payments on some imported goods for 90 days, according to...

Coronavirus, Spain, New York: Your Thursday Briefing

(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good morning. We’re covering coronavirus outbreaks in Madrid and New York City, and a diagnosis for...

Economic Crisis Prompts a Showdown, and a Shutdown, in Suriname

PARAMARIBO, Suriname — Suriname ground to a halt on Wednesday as its banks, shops and factories shuttered in a showdown between its beleaguered private...

Can You Become Immune to the Coronavirus?

As the number of people infected with the coronavirus surpasses 450,000 worldwide, and more than one billion are locked in their homes, scientists are...

Military Judge in 9/11 Trial at Guantánamo Is Retiring

This article was produced in partnership with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.WASHINGTON — The military judge presiding in the Sept. 11 death penalty...

‘None of Us Saw It Ending This Way’: Peace Corps Volunteers...

The evacuated volunteers described a surreal return, a moment that was supposed to feel celebratory was made somber. Many worried about exposing their family...
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