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A doctor at a hospital in Boston describes the conditions in the E.R.: “Everyone who has needed a ventilator and an I.C.U. bed has gotten one. But the hospital is steadily filling up.”
Though it’s set during the Great Plague of London, in 1665, the stop-motion film “The Periwig-Maker” eerily recalls our own era of quarantine.
It’s no accident that those countries that are dealing best with the coronavirus crisis are the same countries that are leading the climate fight, @billmckibben writes.
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In 2011, just as "Game of Thrones" was about to become a worldwide phenomenon, Emilia Clarke faced the first of two life-threatening brain aneurysms. Clarke tells her story for the first time:
The evidence is now clear that the White House and Devin Nunes worked together to halt the Russia investigation:
80,000 votes in 3 states put Trump in the White House. Now a meticulous analysis of online activity during the campaign makes a powerful case that cyberattacks by Russian hackers and trolls were decisive: