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From @UpshotNYT: Bleak figures from Western Europe may offer a preview of what coronavirus death tallies will look like in the U.S.
The company behind an experimental stem cell therapy promoted by Rudy Giuliani publicized itself as the “first FDA approval for Covid-19 cell therapy,” but the FDA’s decision only allows it to be tested in clinical trials, not widely prescribed to patients
One big rule of thumb: Don't mix cleaning products. Here are some guidelines from @joliekerr, our cleaning expert, to help keep you and your family safe.
Managers at Trader Joe’s stores across the U.S. held anti-union discussions as worker unrest intensified, according to nearly 20 current and former employees. Workers criticized what they describe as the company’s haphazard response to the coronavirus.
Today on The Daily: Dr. Anthony Fauci on the coronavirus crisis, the U.S. government's response, and why he feels like he’s making decisions in “the fog of war."
Breaking News: The Trump administration is expected to urge all Americans to wear cloth masks in public, based on a forthcoming shift in CDC guidance…
Wisconsin’s election on Tuesday is putting poll workers, many older or with health issues, at risk of exposure to the virus. “I’m scared,” one said.
A hospital in the Bronx distributed New York Yankees ponchos to its staff and said they were a gift. But several staffers said they were told to use them as personal protective equipment and that hospital officials weren’t taking their concerns seriously.
Breaking News: The U.S. Navy removed the captain of the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt, days after he sounded the alarm about a coronavirus outbreak on the ship…
The FDA has approved a new test for coronavirus antibodies that may help scientists learn how widespread the infection is, and how long people remain immune after recovering
The rapper Tekashi69 will serve the final 4 months of his 2-year federal prison term in home confinement. His release is part of a nationwide effort to stem the risk of coronavirus outbreaks in jails and prisons.
Groceries or prescriptions? — The kind of choices could turn an acute economic crisis into a long recession. If laid-off workers can’t pay their bills, there could be a cascade of further layoffs and business failures.
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The Life Care Center of Kirkland, the nursing home linked to dozens of coronavirus deaths in the Seattle area, is facing a fine of more than $600,000 after federal inspectors found a range of problems in how the facility handled the outbreak
With the Games postponed a year because of the coronavirus, The Times asked the world’s Olympians, Paralympians and Olympic hopefuls to make videos telling us how they’re dealing with that news.
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Police in France say a refrigerated hall in the world's largest wholesale food market near Paris will be turned into a temporary morgue. The same site was used in 2003, when a brutal heat wave killed thousands of elderly people.
Exclusive: The Trump Organization is looking for financial help from @DeutscheBank and Palm Beach County in Florida, according to sources and documents reviewed by @nytimes. with @benprotess @EricLiptonNYT…
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President Trump’s campaign is demanding that Jeff Sessions, who is running to reclaim his Senate seat in Alabama, stop tying himself to the president after Sessions distributed a campaign mailer that mentioned Trump 22 times
In the underwater forest, unusual residents like shipworms and related marine organisms, could conceal a miracle medicine. But to even begin to find out, a group of scientists had to dive 60 feet beneath the ocean’s surface.
With some of its properties closed amid the coronavirus outbreak, the Trump Organization has spoken with Deutsche Bank, the president’s largest creditor, and Palm Beach County, Florida, about delaying payments on some loans and other obligations
"Now my partner’s contributions, and that of all the crucial, often underpaid and undervalued workers who are continuing to hold society up during this unprecedented time, are on full display,” Danielle Campoamor writes for @NYTParenting
On Tech is our new newsletter from @ShiraOvide about how technology is transforming our lives. Sign up here.…
"We have more pressing things to worry about right now than frivolous start-ups. But when they falter, we all lose something," writes @ShiraOvide in On Tech
“It’s a pretty big bummer.” The Olympics are on hold because of the coronavirus. In our video, 32 athletes shared an intimate look into how they’re coping. Watch our full video:
Correction: We deleted a previous tweet to this story, which contained a typo in the name of the cruise ship. It is the Zaandam ship, not Zandaam.
The Zaandam cruise ship is approaching Florida, hoping to dock. But local officials are reluctant to take sickened passengers into their crowded hospitals. “Being locked in our cubicle room is definitely having a toll on us,” said one passenger.
NEW: Biden has spoken w/Obama about VP search, his associates have reached out to Holder about 08 process and nat'l co-chair spells out what search committee should look like. Our dive on the early phase of Biden's VP search w/ @alexburnsNYT @jmartNYT…
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Treasury said the Paycheck Protection Program would be ready to take applications tomorrow, and that they would "be approved on the same day." Banks have absolutely no idea how that's gonna happen.…
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For the first time in nearly 20 years, @nytimestravel has turned the 36 Hours column over to our readers. From your suggestions, we created a full weekend itinerary packed with travel-inspired activities that you can do from home.
1. Let's talk about apocalypse. It feels everywhere lately. It is also a religious narrative that arises in social/political crisis. Yes, it is about the end times. But it is also so much more, and speaks to life today:…
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The $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package will send money directly to Americans and do much more. Here are answers from @tarasbernard and @ronlieber to questions about the law.…
We've seen some questions on our story about changing travel patterns across the U.S. during the coronavirus outbreak, questioning the comparison of cities with areas where people have to drive longer for necessities.…
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In “Kim Kardashian West: The Justice Project,” a new documentary airing Sunday on Oxygen, the reality star’s 2 worlds — TV and activism — seem to flow completely together
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Thursday that the state has only 6 days' worth of ventilators left
The FDA has loosened its restrictions on blood donations from gay and bisexual men, reducing the deferral period from 12 months to 3 in hopes of spurring blood donations during the coronavirus crisis
Read more answers to frequently asked questions about the coronavirus bill here
For renters, the bill puts in place a temporary, 120-day nationwide eviction moratorium for anyone whose landlords have mortgages backed or owned by Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac or other federal entities. It also prevents those landlords from charging fees for anyone not paying rent.
Workers who are able to work from home, and those receiving paid sick leave or paid family leave, are not covered in the expanded unemployment program. New entrants to the work force who cannot find jobs are also ineligible.
Yes. If you are unemployed, partly unemployed or unable to work because your employer closed down, you’re covered under the unemployment program. But if instead, you quit your job as a direct result of coronavirus, it gets complicated. Read more here:
If you’ve received a coronavirus diagnosis, have symptoms or are seeking a diagnosis — and you’re unemployed, partly unemployed or can't work as a result — you will be covered. The same goes if you must care for a member of your family or household who has received a diagnosis.
Yes, self-employed people are newly eligible for unemployment benefits. Part-time workers are also eligible. How much you'll receive is based on previous income, using a formula from the Disaster Unemployment Assistance program, according to a congressional aide.
The plan wraps in far more workers than are usually eligible for unemployment benefits. The bottom line: Those who are unemployed, are partly unemployed or can't work for a wide variety of coronavirus-related reasons will be more likely to receive benefits.
College students won't receive stimulus payments if anyone claims them as a dependent on a tax return. Usually, students under the age of 24 are dependents in the eyes of the taxing authorities if a parent pays for at least half of their expenses.
The U.S. Treasury Department has said that most people should get their money by April 17
Payments decrease for individuals making more than $75,000 and married couples earning more than $150,000. They stop altogether for single people earning $99,000 or married people with no children earning $198,000.
The payment depends on your income last year. A single adult who made $75,000 or less will get $1,200. Married, childless couples filing taxes jointly earning $150,000 or less will see $2,400 total. For every child age 16 or under, there will be an additional $500.
There's no need to apply if the IRS has your information from your 2018 or 2019 tax return, or if you receive Social Security retirement benefits. If you have given them bank account information, the money will arrive by direct deposit.
The $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package will send money directly to Americans and do much more. But how much can you expect to see — and when? Here are some answers to your questions about the law.
On today’s Daily: a conversation with Dr Anthony Fauci, about how we arrived at this moment in the pandemic, whether the US was slow to act, his influence over Trump and why this won’t really be over until we have a vaccine:…
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In Opinion Editorial board member Michelle Cottle, who writes about politics, is answering questions on the coronavirus and the federal response.
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