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Unprepared for this spring’s devastating Covid-19 second wave, many of India’s hospitals took desperate steps to save lives — steps that may have opened the door to yet another deadly disease.

Sugar Rodgers turned to basketball, and later writing, to forge a brighter path after a painful childhood. The former All-Star is now an assistant coach.

Nine children and one adult were killed in Alabama on Saturday afternoon when a van of children returning from a beach vacation collided with another car, and the van burst into flames, authorities said.

A couple in Broward County, Fla., has been ordered by their homeowners’ association to remove a pride flag from their property.

The NYC mayor’s race began during a pandemic, in a shuttered city facing a public health catastrophe, economic devastation and protests over police brutality. Now, as voters head to the primary polls, New York finds itself in a very different place:

The Irish entertainer Graham Norton is known for his freewheeling talk show, but in his novel “Home Stretch” he explores what it’s like for a gay man to return to his home and find both it and himself wholly transformed.

Nearly four million Americans quit their jobs in April, the most on record, pushing the rate to 2.7% of those employed.

In Opinion "I was 22 years old and working as a sports reporter when I was raped by a Major League Baseball player. I didn’t tell my best friend, my sister, my mother or my editor, who was a woman. For 18 years, I didn’t tell anyone," Kat O'Brien writes.

In an ideal world, the CDC's efforts would succeed at keeping people safe and helping them stay healthy. This is the CDC we need. But as the last year has made clear, it is not the CDC we have.

“I am not surprised that people are taken advantage of. We don’t have the care we need.” Shut out from mainstream medicine, some immigrants are buying expensive, unproven Covid therapies from “wellness” clinics or turning to the black market.


Exclusive: The Times has obtained tax-return data for President Trump extending over more than two decades. It shows his finances under stress, beset by losses that he aggressively employs to avoid paying taxes and hundreds of millions in debt coming due.

One of the first school districts in the U.S. to reopen its doors during the pandemic did not even make it a day before a call came from the county health department — a student who had walked the halls and sat in various classrooms had tested positive

In Opinion Tom Hanks asks in a guest essay: "How different would perspectives be had we all been taught about Tulsa in 1921, even as early as the fifth grade? Today, I find the omission tragic, an opportunity missed, a teachable moment squandered."

A landlord with 18 apartment buildings in New York City waived April rent for his 200 to 300 tenants because of the coronavirus pandemic. “I told them just to look out for your neighbor and make sure that everyone has food on their table," he said.

Black and Latino people in the U.S. are 3 times as likely to contract the coronavirus than their white neighbors — and nearly twice as likely to die, according to new data we obtained by suing the CDC

A drone operator shot a short video in a Minneapolis bowling alley to rally support for the business. It was viewed hundreds of thousands of times on social media and won high praise from Hollywood directors.

The front page of The New York Times for Nov. 8, 2020.

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