A senior White House official warned the Trump administration in January that a pandemic would cost millions of lives and trillions of dollars. Boris Johnson, Britain’s prime minister, remains in intensive care. China reported its first day since January with no deaths.
It is by no means certain that cubs are on the way, but we’ll take good news where we can find it.
She wants to be surrounded by loved ones when she dies. Not intubated and isolated in a hospital.
Stargazing is fun. Now try it at 43,000 miles per hour.
Except for treating Covid-19, many hospitals seem to be eerily quiet.
The Spanish epidemic has become a painful example of the tendency of one government after another to ignore the experiences of countries where the virus has already struck.
Voters are facing a choice even before they see the ballot: whether to protect their health, or to exercise their civic duty.
For the second day in a row, officials found reasons for hope, with fewer than 600 deaths in the state.
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Carnival and the other big companies have no revenue and face questions over whether customers will return once the threat of the coronavirus passes.
Even with Trump in office, other countries will take their cues from America.
A longtime criminalist in New Hampshire manually plotted the details of one of the victim’s fingers to find a match.
Mass anxiety, political instability, and isolation are a pretty good combination for warping peoples’ world views.
Evidence from around the world shows that stay-at-home orders take us only so far.
The Category 5 storm hit the Pacific island nation on Monday, complicating its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
We need a political system that mirrors the best in us.
Data on race and the disease Covid-19 is too limited to draw sweeping conclusions, experts say, but disparate rates of sickness — and death — have emerged in some places.
The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on how professors can ensure fairness when administering final exams online — and more.
The risk may be no higher, but consultants who help protect museum collections say additional safeguards are in order, given the closures caused by the virus.