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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.
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:
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.
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.