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Today β€” May 31st 2020Your RSS feeds

What Happens to Powell’s Books When You Can’t Browse the Aisles?

By David Gelles

The enormous independent bookstore in Portland, Ore., became an unlikely tourist attraction. Now that it’s shut, Emily Powell, the chief executive, is having to rethink the books business.

Russians Are Angry, but Putin’s Foes Struggle to Seize the Moment

By Anton Troianovski

The main opposition leader, Aleksei A. Navalny, has seen his YouTube audience triple during the coronavirus crisis. But street protest, his most potent weapon, is off the table.

Yesterday β€” May 30th 2020Your RSS feeds

Battered by Coronavirus Outbreak, NYC Finally Moves Toward Reopening

By Alan Feuer and Andy Newman

As many as 400,000 people could return to work starting June 8, the possible first stage of the city’s recovery after two months of isolation and economic woes.

New York City, Battered by Outbreak, Finally Moves Toward Reopening

By Alan Feuer and Andy Newman

As many as 400,000 people could return to work starting June 8, the possible first stage of the city’s recovery after two months of isolation and economic woes.

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French Take Their ApΓ©ros to the Streets, Testing Lockdown Limits

By Norimitsu Onishi and Constant MΓ©heut

A coy cat-and-mouse game speaks to an unusually personal and emotional relationship between the individual and the state.

Boston Marathon Canceled for the First Time

By Talya Minsberg and Matthew Futterman

The race, which had been postponed to Sept. 14 from April 20, was canceled on Thursday for the first time in its 124-year history.

After the Coronavirus, Libraries Must Change

By Anthony W. Marx

To stay true to their mission during the coronavirus pandemic, libraries should offer more digital services.

Scattered to the Winds, College Students Mourn Lost Semester

By Anemona Hartocollis

The unpredictability of life during the pandemic has been hard on everyone, but it has caused particular stress for many college students.

Should a Parent of Two Children Split Inheritance Equally?

By Kwame Anthony Appiah

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on dividing your estate equally among heirs, taking advantage of the CARES Act and using PayPal to pay contractors.

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