Pandemic

World

American Cities Aren’t Doomed After All

For a year or two, as first-wave pandemic panic gave way to a more generalized perception of ragged social disorder,…

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American Students Outperformed the Rest of the World During the Pandemic

By now, you’ve probably registered the alarm that pandemic learning loss has produced a “lost generation” of American students. This…

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Business

Yellow Says It Will Repay Federal Debt. Legal Experts Are Skeptical.

The trucking company, which has filed for bankruptcy protection, owes more than $700 million to the Treasury Department.

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Travel

Biden Picks Retired General to Lead New White House Pandemic Office

The News President Biden has picked Dr. Paul Friedrichs, a military combat surgeon and retired Air Force major general who…

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World

DeCamp to End Commuter Bus Service to New York City From New Jersey

The bus line, which serves northern New Jersey, has struggled to retain ridership since the start of the pandemic. Its…

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An Even Deadlier Pandemic Could Soon Be Here

As the world is just beginning to recover from the devastation of Covid-19, it is facing the possibility of a…

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World

Hong Kong Tries to Repair Its Battered Image With Plane Ticket Giveaway

The city’s reputation has been hammered by protests, a harsh security law and strict Covid measures. It hopes a giveaway…

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World

The U.S. Must Help China Avoid Covid Catastrophe. Here’s How.

China rolled back its longstanding pandemic strategy “zero Covid,” which had protected the country for nearly three years, in early…

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World

Our History of the Pandemic Is a Mess

We are entering the fourth year of the pandemic, believe it or not: Freshmen are now seniors, toddlers now kindergartners…

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Business

What TikTok Told Us About the Economy in 2022

From Barbiecore to revenge travel, social media trends gave us a clear picture of the forces reshaping the economy.

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