COVID-19 in the U.S.A.

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The Latest COVID-19 News in the United States

A conservation masterpiece is back in print with a necessary warning about what happens when civilizations allow deforestation to happen.... Read more
Published: 13 hours ago
Source: Time
By Eugene Linden
IMF has revised up growth forecasts but medium-term prospects remain poor as globalisation goes into reverseThe 2020s are almost halfway over and are on course to be the most difficult decade for the global economy since the 1930s. Every finance minister and central bank governor at the spring meeting of... Read more
Published: 14 hours ago
Source: The Guardian
By Larry Elliott
Former Arkansas governor and U.S. Sen. David Pryor, a Democrat has died. He was 89.... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: Time
By ANDREW DeMILLO / AP
Mandisa, a contemporary Christian singer who appeared on 'American Idol' and won a Grammy for her 2013 album ‘Overcomer’, has died aged 47.... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: Time
By Associated Press
Officials are moving to increase enforcement and change laws in response to the rise in counterfeit or expired plates, which exploded during the pandemic.... Read more
Published: 2 days ago
Source: New York Times
By Michael Corkery
Rishi Sunak announced welfare reform plans to reduce the number of people being signed off on longterm sick leave by doctors.... Read more
Published: 2 days ago
Source: Time
By Armani Syed
The 20-month-long infection is the longest known and highlights how prolonged infections enable the pandemic virus to accumulate genetic changes—potentially spawning new variants of concern.... Read more
Published: 2 days ago
Source: Time
By Jason Gale / Bloomberg
While the U.S. economy seems to have dodged a recession, many families are struggling without reliable, affordable childcare.... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: Time
By Katherine Goldstein
The SATs are back. It is higher education’s latest cash grab, writes Evan Mandery.... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: Time
By Evan Mandery
Women today want content that speaks to their lived experiences. And they’re willing to pay for it, too.... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: Time
By Misty L. Heggeness
Study from University of California, Irvine and Brigham and Women’s Hospital shows prison mortality rate spiked at least 50%When the Covid-19 pandemic began, it wasn’t hard to predict that incarcerated people would be at higher risk. Many prisons and jails are crowded, dirty places with inconsistent access to healthcare –... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: The Guardian
By Anna Flagg, Jamiles Lartey and Shannon Heffernan of the Marshall Project
After a drawn-out global controversy over the coronavirus, the W.H.O. has updated its classification of how pathogens spread through the air.... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: New York Times
By Carl Zimmer
The remarks were among the most pointed rebukes Biden has delivered of the world’s second-largest economy.... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: Time
By Justin Sink and Michelle Jamrisko / Bloomberg

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The Latest COVID-19 News in the United States

A conservation masterpiece is back in print with a necessary warning about what happens when civilizations allow deforestation to happen.... Read more
Published: 13 hours ago
Source: Time
By Eugene Linden
IMF has revised up growth forecasts but medium-term prospects remain poor as globalisation goes into reverseThe 2020s are almost halfway over and are on course to be the most difficult decade for the global economy since the 1930s. Every finance minister and central bank governor at the spring meeting of... Read more
Published: 14 hours ago
Source: The Guardian
By Larry Elliott
Former Arkansas governor and U.S. Sen. David Pryor, a Democrat has died. He was 89.... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: Time
By ANDREW DeMILLO / AP
Mandisa, a contemporary Christian singer who appeared on 'American Idol' and won a Grammy for her 2013 album ‘Overcomer’, has died aged 47.... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: Time
By Associated Press
Officials are moving to increase enforcement and change laws in response to the rise in counterfeit or expired plates, which exploded during the pandemic.... Read more
Published: 2 days ago
Source: New York Times
By Michael Corkery
Rishi Sunak announced welfare reform plans to reduce the number of people being signed off on longterm sick leave by doctors.... Read more
Published: 2 days ago
Source: Time
By Armani Syed
The 20-month-long infection is the longest known and highlights how prolonged infections enable the pandemic virus to accumulate genetic changes—potentially spawning new variants of concern.... Read more
Published: 2 days ago
Source: Time
By Jason Gale / Bloomberg
While the U.S. economy seems to have dodged a recession, many families are struggling without reliable, affordable childcare.... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: Time
By Katherine Goldstein
The SATs are back. It is higher education’s latest cash grab, writes Evan Mandery.... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: Time
By Evan Mandery
Women today want content that speaks to their lived experiences. And they’re willing to pay for it, too.... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: Time
By Misty L. Heggeness
Study from University of California, Irvine and Brigham and Women’s Hospital shows prison mortality rate spiked at least 50%When the Covid-19 pandemic began, it wasn’t hard to predict that incarcerated people would be at higher risk. Many prisons and jails are crowded, dirty places with inconsistent access to healthcare –... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: The Guardian
By Anna Flagg, Jamiles Lartey and Shannon Heffernan of the Marshall Project
After a drawn-out global controversy over the coronavirus, the W.H.O. has updated its classification of how pathogens spread through the air.... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: New York Times
By Carl Zimmer
The remarks were among the most pointed rebukes Biden has delivered of the world’s second-largest economy.... Read more
Published: 3 days ago
Source: Time
By Justin Sink and Michelle Jamrisko / Bloomberg