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Democrats Fear for Their Convention. For Republicans, β€˜The Show Must Go On.’

By Reid J. Epstein and Annie Karni

As the virus disrupts the campaign, G.O.P. officials are taking their cue from President Trump, while Joe Biden said “it’s hard to envision” the Democrats holding an in-person convention in July.

How Are You Feeling? Surveys Aim to Detect Covid-19 Hot Spots Early

By David M. Halbfinger

Scientists have persuaded Britons and Israelis to fill out questionnaires about their health, to get ahead of the coronavirus by getting resources to the right place. The U.S. is next.

How Are You Feeling? Surveys Aim to Detect Covid-19 Hot Spots Early

By David M. Halbfinger

Scientists have persuaded Britons and Israelis to fill out questionnaires about their health, to get ahead of the coronavirus by getting resources to the right place. The U.S. is next.

N.B.A. Players Miss Other Sports Too

By Marc Stein

In this week’s newsletter, Marc Stein talks to Josh Hart and Larry Nance Jr. about finding a new routine without their day jobs and their other common love: Premier League soccer.

Edinburgh Festivals Canceled as Coronavirus Effects Stretch Into Summer

By Alex Marshall

This August’s Edinburgh International Festival and its Fringe, two of theater and comedy’s most important events, are no more.

Museums Scramble to Document the Pandemic, Even as It Unfolds

By Lisa Abend

With photographs, field interviews and mass surveys, institutions are trying to preserve information about everyday life during the crisis for future study.

Why the Global Recession Could Last a Long Time

By Peter S. Goodman

Fears are growing that the worldwide economic downturn could be especially deep and lengthy, with recovery limited by continued anxiety.

Traders Seek China's Masks to Help U.S. Hospitals Battle the Coronavirus

By Keith Bradsher

Traders scour factories and warehouses, find planes and pilots and look for buyers as hospitals and governments beg for protective gear.

Traders Seek China's Masks to Help U.S. Hospitals Battle the Coronavirus

By Keith Bradsher

Traders scour factories and warehouses, find planes and pilots and look for buyers as hospitals and governments beg for protective gear.

Coronavirus has changed the future of national security forever. Here’s how

By Stephan Blank

Nuclear war was the great fear of the 20th century and our institutions were built to respond to such threats. But Covid-19 has shown the world’s defence experts that we were blind, writes Stephan Blank.

China Chases Indonesia’s Fishing Fleets, Staking Claim to Sea’s Riches

By Hannah Beech, Muktita Suhartono and Adam Dean

The Indonesian government appears to have backed away from confronting China, its largest trading partner. “Our fishermen feel scared,” one official said.

As Furloughs Grow, Kennedy Center Defends Use of $25 Million in Aid

By Julia Jacobs

Critics in Congress push to revoke the performing arts center’s piece of the stimulus package as it works to explain its response to the financial crisis.

Human Rights Group Says Two U.S. Strikes Killed Somali Civilians

By Charlie Savage and Helene Cooper

A report by Amnesty International challenges the American military’s claim that the February strikes hit only terrorists and no innocent bystanders.

Oil Companies on Tumbling Prices: β€˜Disastrous, Devastating’

By Clifford Krauss

The use of gasoline and other fuels is dropping as Saudi Arabia and Russia increase production, sending oil prices to their lowest level in a generation.

International Center of Photography Wants Your Images of the Pandemic

By Devi Lockwood

Artists, both professional and otherwise, can submit their photos on Instagram using the hashtag #ICPConcerned.

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