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    One Mask Is Good. Would Two Would Be Better?

    Health experts double down on their advice for slowing the spread of the coronavirus.

    ‘Trump Is Better’: In Asia, Pro-Democracy Forces Worry About Biden

    The president-elect’s aim of restoring foreign policy norms has spooked human rights defenders in Asia, who praise President Trump as someone willing to confront dictators.
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    China’s College Graduates Can’t Find Jobs. The Solution: Grad School.

    The government is expanding university capacity, but some young people worry that the option will only postpone a crisis stemming from a shortage of...

    Vaccine Critics Received More Than $1 Million in Pandemic Relief Loans

    The Paycheck Protection Program’s loose rules allowed organizations that have questioned the safety of vaccines to qualify for aid.

    Vaccine Critics Received More Than $1 Million in Pandemic Relief Loans

    The Paycheck Protection Program’s loose rules allowed organizations that have questioned the safety of vaccines to qualify for aid.

    Covid Response Was a Global Series of Failures, W.H.O. Panel Says

    An interim report from the World Health Organization is both a bleak recounting of deadly missteps and an early blueprint for repairs: “We have...

    Anti-vaccine groups received more than $1 million in small-business relief loans.

    Six organizations that have challenged the safety of vaccines and made claims that scientists have called false received loans.

    Biden’s incoming chief of staff warns that the virus death toll will reach 500,000 by the end of February.

    Ron Klain, who coordinated the Obama administration’s Ebola response, warns,“The virus is going to get worse before it gets better.”