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Dozens have laid off thousands, slashed costs and changed their businesses to try to survive the pandemic. All that may not work.
Student-athletes from elementary school age through college may have to consent to sex testing in order to compete.
Residents of Fos-sur-Mer accepted a trade-off for decades: good jobs for foul air. But when the health costs became impossible to ignore, they went to court, a groundbreaking move in France.
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.
The move would have made it easier for people who have recently lost jobs to obtain health insurance.
Iran, devastated by the coronavirus, is asking the U.S. to lift sanctions on humanitarian grounds. U.S. officials say sanctions aren’t to blame; Iran is.
With a looming shortage of equipment for coronavirus patients in New York City, doctors say they may soon need to make difficult choices.
Although most drugmakers had already pulled the heartburn products months ago, the agency told consumers they should throw out any over-the-counter medications they still had.
A group of about 70 students from the University of Texas at Austin celebrated spring break in Mexico, but returned to find that 28 had tested positive. Dozens more are being monitored.
Daily baths reduced the risk of heart disease and stroke.
Research shows we can actually use stress to improve our health and well-being. Here’s how.
Digital chats and virtual cocktails can lift our longing only so much.
With the launch of the streaming service HBO Max coming soon, AT&T installs Jason Kilar as head of its entertainment and news unit. He will report to Mr. Stankey, who remains AT&T president.
The former zookeeper known as Joe Exotic filed a lawsuit. Carole Baskin, who runs Big Cat Rescue, condemned how the series handled her husband’s disappearance. And activists pushed for new wildlife protections.