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Health Agencies Offer Tips on Sex During the Pandemic

By Jenny Gross and Claire Moses

Countries around the world are taking different approaches as they give guidelines on reopening — from work to play.

Body of Former Pro Wrestler Shad Gaspard Found on Beach

By Sandra E. Garcia

Shad Gaspard, 39, was caught in a rip current with his 10-year-old son, Aryeh. His last words were “just secure my son, rescue my son,” the authorities said.

Health Agencies Offer Tips on Sex During the Pandemic

By Jenny Gross and Claire Moses

Countries around the world are taking different approaches as they give guidelines on reopening — from work to play.

For Homeless Girl Scouts, It’s Not All Badges and Cookies

By Samuel G. Freedman

Nikita Stewart’s article about Troop 6000 landed them on the front page. Her book should lead to a bigger conversation about their struggles.

Dating After Coronavirus

By Nayeema Raza

What will the first post-pandemic kiss be like?

Judge Orders Los Angeles to Move Homeless People Away From Freeways

By Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs

The order, which takes effect next Friday, will apply to about 6,500 people living under freeways and on their ramps.

Jerzy Glowczewski, Polish Pilot in a Spitfire, Dies at 97

By Nicholas Kulish

He fled Warsaw when the Nazis invaded, flew 100 combat missions, and made a life as an architect in Poland, Egypt and the United States. He died of the coronavirus in New York.

What Home Means to the Homeless

By Damon Winter

These are the things they hung on to, when so many things were lost.

Trump Administration Plans to Extend Virus Border Restrictions Indefinitely

By Michael D. Shear and Zolan Kanno-Youngs

Orders that have effectively sealed the United States to migrants seeking protection from persecution would remain in place until a health official declared the virus no longer a threat.

A Shadow Medical Safety Net, Stretched to the Limit

By Mattathias Schwartz

In New York City and around the country, community health centers — which serve vulnerable, hard-to-reach populations — are being strained like never before.

Mieko Kawakami Cracks the Code of Being a Woman in Japan

By Motoko Rich

Mieko Kawakami, whose novel “Breasts and Eggs” was just published in English, has become something of a feminist icon in her male-dominated country.

Portraits of Single Moms by Choice

By Jackie Molloy

A photojournalist captured the lives of four women who chose to become mothers on their own.

How Coronavirus Is Changing the Dating Game for the Better

By Helen Fisher

Video chats are in. Small talk is out. You don’t have to fret about who picks up the check. And maybe the biggest plus: You’re forced to take things slow.

How Coronavirus Is Changing the Dating Game for the Better

By Helen Fisher

Video chats are in. Small talk is out. You don’t have to fret about who picks up the check. And maybe the biggest plus: You’re forced to take things slow.

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