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May 24, 2020

Coronavirus in N.Y. Live Updates: New Deaths Rise Above 100
The Mid-Hudson region of New York will most likely start to reopen on Tuesday, and Long Island may do so on Wednesday, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Saturday.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

Coronavirus Live News Updates: Brazil, Vaccines, Hong Kong
Around the world, houses of worship faced another Sunday weighing when and how to reopen, even as German authorities said 40 churchgoers had become infected during a service.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

'Out' by Pixar Features Studio's First Gay Main Character
The animated film follows a gay man's journey into acceptance as he prepares to move into a city with his boyfriend.

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May 24, 2020

Trump Promotes Posts From Racist and Sexist Twitter Feed
On a somber Memorial Day weekend, the president did not mention the mounting coronavirus toll and instead retweeted personal attacks on his political rivals.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

The Coronavirus Doesn't Mean We Can Forget Our Promise to Veterans
As the number of deaths in their ranks continues to rise, we need to revisit our enduring commitment to their care.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

N.Y. Preparing Public Transit as More Regions Reopen: Live Updates
The Mid-Hudson region of New York will most likely start to reopen on Tuesday, and Long Island may do so on Wednesday, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Saturday.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

Trump Promotes Posts From Racist Twitter Feed
On a somber Memorial Day weekend, the president did not mention the mounting coronavirus toll and instead retweeted personal attacks on his political rivals.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

Live Coronavirus News Updates: Brazil, Churches, Hong Kong
The national death toll approaches 100,000. Houses of worship around the world weigh when and how to reopen. The U.S. may ban travel from Brazil.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

100,000: The Names Behind a Grim Toll
Readers express their appreciation for what one calls a "heartbreaking, breathtaking memorial."

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

The Fall of Autumn: Live Performance Producers Are Giving Up on 2020
Uncertainty about the coronavirus and the challenge of protecting audiences and artists is prompting many prominent presenters to wait till next year.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

My Futile Struggle for Stillness
I am isolating in a Mexican village, alternating between being impressed by my capacity for serenity and wanting to strangle myself for descending into triteness of Eat, Pray, Love proportions.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

America Can Beat the Coronavirus
Our nation is rising, however imperfectly, to meet the challenge posed by the coronavirus pandemic. That needs to be said more often.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

The Unexpected Joys of the Coronavirus Lockdown
Despite the tug of our digital realm, life's true pleasures remain in the analog world.

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May 24, 2020

Despite Coronavirus, Hong Kong Protesters Rally Against China
Officers also fired a water cannon at protesters who defied social distancing rules to demonstrate against Beijing's plan to impose security legislation on the territory.

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May 24, 2020

What Happens if a Hurricane Hits During the Pandemic?
Florida is trying to figure out the daunting prospect of asking residents to evacuate for their safety during a storm after asking them to stay at home for the coronavirus.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

Coronavirus News: U.S. and World Updates
As the national death toll approaches 100,000, U.S. governors and Trump advisers will appear on Sunday talk shows. Protesters returned to the streets in Hong Kong, and clashed with the police.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

They Survived the Worst Battles of World War II. And Died of the Virus.
Inside the Holyoke Soldiers' Home was a man who had served as a jailer to Hitler's top aide. A man who had rescued Japanese kamikaze pilots from the sea. A man who carried memories of a concentration camp.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

Why China's Move to Rein In Hong Kong is Just the Start
Xi Jinping's China, emboldened by its handling of the coronavirus pandemic, no longer seems constrained by the threat of international rebuke.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

Netanyahu Corruption Trial Begins, Taking Israel Into Uncharted Territory
The prime minister's trial is expected to last a year or more, with the first witnesses not expected to testify for months. He has long maintained his innocence.

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May 24, 2020

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May 24, 2020

Memorial Day, Testing, Hong Kong: Your Weekend Briefing
Here's what you need to know about the week's top stories.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

Cicadas 2020: After 17 Years Underground, the Insects Are Back in the South
The big and noisy insects have started to emerge and are looking to mate in Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina.

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May 24, 2020

After 17 Years Underground, Cicadas Stage a 2020 Southern Invasion
The big and noisy insects have started to emerge and are looking to mate in Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina.

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May 24, 2020

For Some Italians, the Future of Work Looks Like the Past
As the coronavirus drastically reorders society and economies, more Italians are returning to the agricultural jobs of their grandparents.

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May 24, 2020

Summer in Lockdown: 5 Families Mull a Spoiled Season
New York City's 1.1 million schoolchildren and their families are steeling themselves for an unusual summer.

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May 24, 2020

Pay Cuts Become a Tool for Some Companies to Avoid Layoffs
"Shared sacrifice" in the white-collar ranks aims to avoid the cost of staffing up again. With no end to the crisis in sight, it is a leap of faith.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

The Daunting Prospect of a Hurricane in a Pandemic
To evacuate or shelter in place? How can utility crews practice social distancing? Will there be enough masks? Florida is trying to figure it out.

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May 24, 2020

Afghan Sides Agree to Rare Cease-Fire During Eid al-Fitr
The Taliban's announcement of a three-day cessation of violence, after months of intensifying attacks, was welcomed by President Ashraf Ghani.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

Live Coronavirus News: World Updates
U.S. governors and Trump advisers will appear on the Sunday talk shows, as states move to reopen and the national death toll approaches 100,000.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

Trump Sows Doubt on Voting. It Keeps Some People Up at Night.
A group of worst-case scenario planners — mostly Democrats, but also some anti-Trump Republicans — have been gaming out how to respond to various doomsday options for the 2020 presidential election.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

Ignoring Coronavirus Fears, Hong Kong Protesters Rally Against China's Push
Protesters ignored rules on social distancing and set aside coronavirus fears to demonstrate against Beijing's plan to impose security legislation they see as a threat to freedoms.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

Kim Jong-un Moves to Increase North Korea's Nuclear Strength
After another weekslong absence from public view, Mr. Kim convened his top military body to promote top aides specializing in nuclear and missile forces.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

Coronavirus Live: Global Updates
Hong Kong protesters, subdued for months by the virus, clashed with the police on Sunday. The N.B.A. says it may restart its suspended season in late July at a Florida resort.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

The Project Behind a Front Page Full of Names
A presentation of obituaries and death notices from newspapers around the country tries to frame incalculable loss.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

Live Coronavirus Updates
The N.B.A. said it might restart its suspended season in late July at a Florida resort.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 24, 2020

Afghan Sides Agree to a Rare Cease-Fire During Eid al-Fitr
The Taliban's announcement of a three-day cessation of violence, after months of intensifying attacks, was welcomed by President Ashraf Ghani.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Coronavirus Live Updates: Pandemic Swells in South America, as the U.S. Nears 100,000 Deaths
Gaza reports its first coronavirus death. New York is allowing gatherings of up to 10.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Elizabeth Warren to Hold Big-Dollar Fund-Raiser for Joe Biden
Ms. Warren, in the mix for the Democratic vice-presidential nomination, had made opposition to fund-raising events with big donors a central part of her own presidential bid.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Rafael Leonardo Black, Solitary and Self-Trained Artist, Dies at 71
After laboring for years in his small Brooklyn apartment, he had his first New York gallery show when he was 64. He died from complications of Covid-19.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Live Coronavirus Updates: World News and U.S. News
The F.D.A. has barred 30 antibody tests from the U.S. market. A Missouri hair stylist may have exposed 91 people.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Is It Time to Stop Clapping for Health Care Workers? An Organizer Thinks So
"To maintain the positive impact that it's had so far, it's best to stop at its peak," said Annemarie Plas, who started #ClapForOurCarers.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Black Coronavirus Patients Land in Hospitals More Often, Study Finds
Compared to white or Hispanic patients, black patients seeking care have more advanced cases of Covid-19, researchers reported.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Sign Up: ‘At Home'
How to live a full and cultured life during the pandemic, at home.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Sign Up: ‘Watching'
Get recommendations on the best TV shows and movies to watch.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Pier 45 San Francisco: Fire Destroys Warehouses at Fisherman's Wharf
One firefighter was injured in the four-alarm blaze at Fisherman's Wharf early on Saturday morning, officials said.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Why Does the U.S. Military Celebrate White Supremacy?
It is time to rename bases for American heroes — not racist traitors.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

How to Have a Safer Pandemic Memorial Day
You shouldn't gather in groups this weekend, but we know you probably will. So here's some guidance from the biology professor whose advice for lowering coronavirus risk has reached millions.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Fire Destroys Warehouse at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco
One firefighter was injured in the four-alarm blaze at Fisherman's Wharf early on Saturday morning, officials said.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Rattled by a Pandemic, People Turn to Leaders — Any Leaders
Placing faith in a leader with little control over a virus may seem irrational, but it fills a very human need.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

First They Fled the City. Now They're Building $75,000 In-Ground Pools.
When the going gets tough, the rich buy oases.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Remdesivir Coronavirus Trial: Federal Scientists Finally Publish Data
A clinical trial led to the authorization of the only drug shown to work in Covid-19 patients. But until now, few experts had seen the numbers.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Coronavirus Vaccine Shows Promising Early Results in China
A trial with 108 participants suggests the vaccine is safe and may be moderately effective. But experts noted that the approach has failed in the past.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

N.B.A. in Talks to Resume Season at Walt Disney World Resort
The league is in discussions with its players' union and the Walt Disney Company about restarting its season — suspended since March 11 — at the Orlando-based resort in late July.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

A Hidden Origin Story of the CBD Craze
The cure-all debate over the cannabis compound has distracted from the serious — and seriously odd — back story of how cannabidiol conquered the country.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

How Cubans Lost Faith in Revolution
In this election year, the key for American politicians to understanding Cuba's politics is understanding its people and the promises of a better life that were not kept.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

It's My 100th Birthday. It's Been Quite a Century.
I grew up in the Great Depression and served in World War II. Trust me when I say America will survive this crisis, too.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Coronavirus Live Updates: U.S. and World News
A study on convalescent plasma is disappointing. A Missouri hair stylist may have exposed 91 people.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Trump Takes Aim at a Watergate Reform: The Independent Inspector General
The idea after the Watergate scandals was to keep government honest. President Trump's goal seems to be to ensure its loyalty.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

The End of the New World Order
The coronavirus is provoking anti-globalist paranoia, but the real globalism is disintegrating.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Crumbs for the Hungry but Windfalls for the Rich
Billions are going to zillionaires under the guise of pandemic relief.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Covid Dreams, Trump Nightmares
Of masks, unmasking and dropping our professional masks for our medical ones.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

They Both Found Their Jukebox Hero
Kirsten Wazalis and Glenn Leader initially planned to marry two years ago. Then life, and the coronavirus, got in the way.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Together, Alone: The Car as Shelter in the Pandemic
The fears of infection from the coronavirus have created a new role in society for the automobile, where birthdays, weddings and other events are being celebrated.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

In Mexico, ‘Roma' Lit a Fire for Workers' Rights
A role in Alfonso Cuarón's film showed me how art can provide a voice for the disenfranchised.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Why the Call to Prayer Made Me Cry This Ramadan
Abdi Latif Dahir, a New York Times reporter based in Nairobi, reflects on how the pandemic's "gift of loneliness" reshaped the holy month.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

This One-Bowl Cake Is Worthy of Its Own Celebration
Whether it's for a birthday, or just the long weekend, this classic recipe doesn't need much to shine.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Coronavirus in N.Y. Live Updates: Gatherings of Up to 10 People Allowed
Under a modified executive order issued by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Friday night, groups of up to 10 people can gather for any lawful reason.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

U.N. Documents Abductions and Torture Of Iraqi Protesters
Protesters have long said threats and abductions by militias were routine. United Nation investigators have begun to substantiate the claims.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Moderna Vaccine Trial: How Upbeat Coronavirus News Fueled a Stock Surge
The desperate hunt for treatments and vaccines has changed how researchers, regulators, drug companies like Moderna, investors and journalists do their jobs.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

What if We All Vacationed at Home Again?
The past few decades have seen an explosion of international travel. But maybe a summer trapped together within our own borders is just what we need.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Contact Tracing for Coronavirus Is Harder Than It Sounds
An elite cadre of 20th-century syphilis hunters can teach us a lot about what it takes to stop infections.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Are Cars Protecting Los Angeles From the Coronavirus?
The city is reviled for its sprawl-and-crawl culture, but a pandemic can change things.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Coronavirus Live Updates: As U.S. Nears 100,000 Deaths, Trump Disputes the Toll
Some are calling for an end to the weekly applause for health care workers in Britain. And Brazil overtakes Russia in the number of confirmed virus cases.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

How Upbeat Vaccine News Fueled a Stock Surge, and an Uproar
The desperate hunt for treatments and vaccines has changed how researchers, regulators, drug companies like Moderna, investors and journalists do their jobs.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Outrage Grows Over Boris Johnson Aide's 260-Mile Trip During Lockdown
Dominic Cummings, the British prime minister's top adviser, said he behaved "reasonably and legally" in driving for child care needs while coming down with the coronavirus.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

How Quarantine Saved the Hot Dog
Facing a summer with no baseball and no picnics, the makers of the original Coney Island red hot feared the worst. But even with an empty boardwalk, business is booming.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Together, Alone. The Car as Shelter in the Pandemic.
The fears of infection from the coronavirus have created a new role in society for the automobile, where birthdays, weddings and other events are being celebrated.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

US Coronavirus Toll Approaches 100,000 Deaths
Some are calling for an end to the weekly applause for health care workers in Britain. And Brazil overtakes Russia in the number of confirmed virus cases.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Coronavirus in N.Y.: Live Updates
New York State approved gatherings of up to 10 people for any lawful reason under a modified executive order issued by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Friday night.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

New York Allows Any Gatherings of Up to 10 People: Live Updates
Under a modified executive order issued by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Friday night, groups of up to 10 people can gather for any lawful reason.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Uncertain Results in Study of Convalescent Serum for Covid-19
Do antibodies from patients who have recovered actually help those struggling with the disease?

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Pakistan Plane Crash Leaves Grim Task: Identifying Victims From DNA
Officials were using samples from relatives to identify many of the remains pulled from the rubble and smoldering wreckage after the flight went down in a congested neighborhood of Karachi.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Pakistanis Await Grim Word on IDs of Plane Crash Victims
Officials were using DNA samples to identify many of the 97 bodies pulled from rubble and smoldering wreckage after a flight went down in a congested neighborhood near Karachi.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Live Coronavirus News Updates and Analysis
President Trump suggested that the U.S. death toll was inflated and is pushing to reopen houses of worship. South Korea is closing karaoke parlors.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

‘I Am Just Hong Kong': A City's Fate in China's Hands
This hybrid of East and West may have reached the limits of its middle ground.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

A Feud in Wolf-Kink Erotica Raises a Deep Legal Question
What do copyright and authorship mean in the crowdsourced realm known as the Omegaverse?

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May 23, 2020

Will the Coronavirus Kill What's Left of Americans' Faith in Washington?
In 2019, just 17 percent of Americans said they trusted the federal government to do the right thing. The pandemic appears to be eroding their faith even more.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

What a Week's Disasters Tell Us About Climate and the Pandemic
Extreme weather presents an even bigger threat when economies are crashing and ordinary people are stretched to their limits.

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May 23, 2020

Long Limbs Helped Propel T. Rex Up the Dinosaur Food Chain
The apex predator wasn't a quick runner because of its heft, but its lanky limbs ensured it could amble efficiently for hours.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

China Deploys Propaganda Machine to Defend Move Against Hong Kong
State-run news media depicted the proposed national security laws as necessary to protect the rule of the Communist Party.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Why Is the SAT Falling Out of Favor?
The University of California will no longer use SAT and ACT scores in admissions decisions. Critics say the tests put less wealthy students at a disadvantage.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Biden's ‘Breakfast Club' Controversy Shows What His Rivals Already Knew
The syndicated radio show with Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee and DJ Envy has serious political power.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Investigators Say One Man Shot Ahmaud Arbery. Why Are Three Charged With Murder?
The authorities said Travis McMichael fired the fatal shots, yet his father and a neighbor also are charged with murder in connection with Mr. Arbery's death.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

The Drones Were Ready for This Moment
While humans hunker below, aerial robots are taking over as cops, street cleaners, medical assistants, delivery workers and soon — friends?

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May 23, 2020

This Neighborhood Stifled Gangs and Guns. Then a New Killer Moved In.
Shootings had dropped sharply in South Jamaica, Queens, after local leaders engineered a cease-fire. But there is no negotiating with a virus.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

Coronavirus News: Live Updates
President Trump suggested that the U.S. death toll was inflated and is pushing to reopen houses of worship. South Korea is closing karaoke parlors.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

European Defense and ‘Strategic Autonomy' Are Also Coronavirus Victims
With governments under intense spending pressure to cope with the coronavirus, European ambitions for a more independent defense are facing the chop.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

The New Training Facilities: Backyard Gym, Hallway Track
With restrictions imposed in their countries to slow the spread of Covid-19, athletes from the canoeist Mallory Franklin to the runner Valeria Nazarova have found ways to train at home.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 23, 2020

The Circus Came to Town, Then It Couldn't Leave
One of Italy's famed family-owned circuses has been sitting out the coronavirus pandemic in a field outside Rome.

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May 23, 2020

Coronavirus Global News Tracker: Live Updates
President Trump suggested the U.S. death toll was inflated, and he ordered states to open houses of worship.

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