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    Pandemic

    1 America, 1 Pandemic, 2 Realities

    Journeys through two states found Americans leading starkly different lives in the pandemic. New Mexico feels at a standstill. In South Dakota, life is going right on.

    How One Airline’s Pandemic Hurt Becomes Everyone’s Pain

    Virgin Atlantic doesn’t act alone to fly passengers. It relies on a constellation of companies employing people around the globe — all of whom are touched by the disappearance of travelers.

    When the Pandemic Came to Rural Wisconsin

    As the coronavirus spread, a public servant tried to prepare her conservative community for the worst-case scenario. Now it’s here.

    To Survive the Pandemic, Savile Row Cuts a Bespoke Strategy

    With formal events and travel canceled, the tradition-bound tailors are gently embracing technology — and finding leverage on their landlords.

    A Solution to Pandemic Hunger, Eyeballs and All

    A Maori community center in New Zealand is distributing bags of donated fish heads to families in need. But it’s more than just charity; it’s a model for reducing food waste.
    All countries
    60,322,952
    Total confirmed cases
    Updated on November 25, 2020 3:57 pm
    Italy
    1,455,022
    Total confirmed cases
    Updated on November 25, 2020 3:57 pm
    Spain
    1,614,126
    Total confirmed cases
    Updated on November 25, 2020 3:57 pm
    Iran
    894,385
    Total confirmed cases
    Updated on November 25, 2020 3:57 pm
    Germany
    967,120
    Total confirmed cases
    Updated on November 25, 2020 3:57 pm

    Frequently Asked Questions

    A Thanksgiving Parade, Unfazed by Snow or Wind, Takes on a Pandemic

    Macy’s had to rip up its usual script and plan a new parade with the coronavirus in mind. There will be Rockettes, but don’t...

    U.K. Woman Who Joined ISIS in Syria Asks High Court to Let Her Return Home

    Shamima Begum, who traveled to Syria in 2015 as a teenager and remains in detention there, is challenging a decision by the British authorities...

    David Maas, Half of ‘Quick Change’ Magic Act, Dies of Covid-19

    Mr. Maas and his wife, who performed lightning-fast costume changes, often appeared on television and were a halftime fixture at N.B.A. and college basketball...

    Need a Hypothesis? This A.I. Has One

    Slowly, machine-learning systems are beginning to generate ideas, not just test them.

    Two Darwin Notebooks, Missing for Decades, Were Most Likely Stolen

    Cambridge University Library, which long thought it had misplaced the cultural treasures, has now made a public appeal for information on their whereabouts. The...

    Corruption Trial of Ex-President Sarkozy Opens in France

    Nicolas Sarkozy is the first French head of state since 1945 to attend his own trial. He is accused of trying to obtain confidential...