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  1. Sweden’s Ex-Ambassador to China Is Tried Over Secret Meetings on Detainee Foreign, Today

    The diplomat, Anna Lindstedt, is accused of overstepping her role in arranging meetings between the daughter of a detained Hong Kong bookseller and two businessmen who said they could help free him.

  2. Chinese Hackers Target Email Accounts of Biden Campaign Staff, Google Says Politics, Yesterday

    The technology giant also confirmed reports that Iran had targeted President Trump’s campaign, underscoring the persistent threat of hackers in the 2020 election.

  3. Tiananmen’s Other Children Op Ed, Yesterday

    Past protests actually are remembered in China — and commemorated with yet more protests.

  4. Security Guard With Knife Wounds 39 at Chinese Elementary School Foreign, Yesterday

    The victims included 37 students, officials said. China has seen a rash of similar attacks on schoolchildren in recent years.

  5. Defying Beijing, Thousands in Hong Kong Hold Tiananmen Vigil Foreign, Yesterday

    Residents across the city gathered to commemorate the victims of China’s 1989 crackdown, despite a police ban. Hours earlier, the city made mocking China’s anthem a crime.

  6. China Doesn’t Want a New World Order. It Wants This One. Op Ed, Yesterday

    Why would China go to the trouble of capsizing the global order when it can simply take it over?

  7. For Hong Kong, Tiananmen Looms Over the Future Foreign, June 3

    In early 1989, change seemed unstoppable in Beijing. That it wasn’t, that China would push back with fury, casts a large shadow over Hong Kong today.

  8. Boris Johnson Pledges to Admit 3 Million From Hong Kong to U.K. Foreign, June 3

    The promise, in reaction to a new security law China is trying to impose on the semiautonomous city, a former British colony, would sharply raise the stakes in a developing standoff.

  9. Why China May Call the World’s Bluff on Hong Kong Business, June 3

    The U.S. looks weak. Business is falling in line. Protests have been muted. For Beijing, the damage to the city and its own reputation from seizing greater control may be worth it.

  10. TikTok (Yes, TikTok) Is the Future Business, June 3

    Whether serious or silly, TikTok is an outlet for expression unlike anything that came before.

  11. China Steps Back in Airline Dispute With the Trump Administration Business, June 3

    Beijing will allow limited flights by international carriers to resume after the White House threatened to block Chinese passenger jets from flying to the U.S.

  12. Trump Administration to Block Chinese Airlines From Flying to the U.S. Business, June 3

    The decision comes after Chinese regulators effectively prevented American airlines from resuming service to their country at a moment of rising tension.

  13. ¿Monstruo o máquina?Un perfil del coronavirus a los seis meses en Español, June 2

    Nuestro ‘enemigo oculto’, al descubierto.

  14. As Protests Engulf the United States, China Revels in the Unrest Foreign, June 2

    Chinese officials and state media are seizing on the moment to tout Beijing’s authoritarian system and condemn American hypocrisy — a narrative that ignores many of their own issues.

  15. ‘We Need Help’: Coronavirus Fuels Racism Against Black Americans in China Washington, June 2

    African governments have loudly protested abuse of their citizens in China, but the Trump administration’s response to harassment of African-Americans has been muted.

  16. Monster or Machine? A Profile of the Coronavirus at 6 Months Science, June 2

    Our “hidden enemy,” in plain sight.

  17. U.S. and Chinese Scientists Trace Evolution of Coronaviruses in Bats Science, June 1

    Researchers whose canceled U.S. grant caused an outcry from other scientists urge preventive monitoring of viruses in southwestern China.

  18. China Offers Measured Response to Trump’s Move on Hong Kong Foreign, June 1

    A foreign ministry spokesman stayed close to the Communist Party’s official position on Hong Kong, suggesting that Beijing was waiting to see the specifics of the U.S. plan.

  19. As Virus Toll Preoccupies U.S., Rivals Test Limits of American Power Washington, June 1

    The coronavirus may have changed almost everything, but it didn’t change this: Global competition spins ahead — and in many ways has accelerated.

  20. In Hong Kong, China Threatens Businesses and Workers Business, May 31

    Beijing is using fear and pressure to drum up support for its increasingly hard-line stance in the Asian financial capital, threatening its status as a global business center.

  21. Trump Postpones G7 Summit and Calls for Russia to Attend Washington, May 30

    The president said he also planned to invite South Korea, Australia and India to the meeting of world leaders in order to discuss China’s future.

  22. China and India Brawl at 14,000 Feet Along the Border Foreign, May 30

    As China projects its power across Asia, and along the disputed India-China border in the Himalayas, India is feeling surrounded. Both sides insist they don’t want a war, but thousands of troops have been sent.

  23. In Hong Kong, Anxiety and Defiance Over Trump’s Move to Cut Ties Foreign, May 30

    The reactions to President Trump’s decision fell along familiar political fault lines in a city wracked by nearly a year of protests.

  24. Leaving the W.H.O. Shows Poor Leadership Op Ed, May 29

    America should be demanding answers, not retreating.

  25. ‘Facing the Darkest Hour’: Hong Kong’s Protest Movement in Crisis Foreign, May 29

    As the Chinese government’s grip tightens, protesters are debating how and why to keep fighting, or whether resistance is even possible.

  26. China and the Rhineland Moment Op Ed, May 29

    America and its allies must not simply accept Beijing’s aggression.

  27. Blaming China for Pandemic, Trump Says U.S. Will Leave the W.H.O. Science, May 29

    America’s decades-long relationship with the organization has been instrumental in improving health around the world.

  28. Rebuking China, Trump Curtails Ties to Hong Kong and Severs Them With W.H.O. Washington, May 29

    Critics say the actions would do little to blunt China’s influence and could ultimately hurt the U.S. and others.

  29. Renault Is Slashing Its Work Force. Other Carmakers May Follow. Business, May 29

    The French carmaker said it would close assembly lines and abandon China as sales plunge. Other carmakers are expected to take similarly harsh measures.

  30. Economic Giants Are Restarting. Here’s What It Means for Climate Change. Climate, May 29

    Want to know whether the world can avert catastrophe? Watch the recovery plans coming out now in Europe, China and the United States.

  31. Student Activist in Australia Is Suspended After China Protests Foreign, May 29

    Drew Pavlou, an advocate for Hong Kong democracy and against Chinese influence on campus, has been barred from his studies at the University of Queensland until 2022.

  32. In Hong Kong, China Tries to Drown Out Security Law’s Critics Foreign, May 29

    Beijing has tapped local officials and business tycoons to sell a measure that could curtail the city’s civil and economic liberties and threaten its status as a financial center.

  33. Do My Tweets Really Threaten China’s National Security? Op Ed, May 29

    The Communist Party was always going to try to tame Hong Kong, but its latest efforts are something else.

  34. Beijing Hardens Resolve to Defy U.S., Even While Calling for Cooperation Foreign, May 28

    From China’s perspective, the punitive American measures on trade, technology and Hong Kong have revealed a core American hostility. But China does not want to incinerate the relationship.

  35. Will the U.S. Soon Treat Hong Kong Like China? Much Is at Stake Business, May 28

    Washington has long given the former British colony a special status on trade and other issues. Changing that would threaten its position as a global business hub.

  36. Pompeo Hits Out at China Politics, May 28

    A threat over Hong Kong, and controversy in the education world: This is your morning tip sheet.

  37. U.S. to Expel Chinese Graduate Students With Ties to China’s Military Schools Washington, May 28

    The move is the latest in the Trump administration’s efforts to impose limits on Chinese students. But university officials say the government is paranoid, and that the United States will lose out.

  38. China Approves Plan to Rein In Hong Kong, Defying Worldwide Outcry Foreign, May 28

    Beijing ordered that a new law be written to extend many of mainland China’s security practices to Hong Kong, creating broad powers to quash unrest.

  39. Will President Trump Stand With Hong Kong? Editorial, May 27

    Time is running out for the free world to speak up.

  40. House Passes Uighur Human Rights Bill, Prodding Trump to Punish China Washington, May 27

    The House overwhelmingly cleared legislation that would punish top Chinese officials for detaining more than one million Muslims in internment camps.

  41. Hong Kong Has Lost Autonomy, Pompeo Says, Opening Door to U.S. Action Washington, May 27

    The State Department announcement comes as President Trump weighs hard measures against China, which is expected to approve a national security law on Hong Kong on Thursday.

  42. Extradition of Huawei Executive Clears a Major Legal Hurdle in Canada Foreign, May 27

    A Vancouver court ruled that fraud charges against Meng Wanzhou in the United States would constitute a crime in Canada, opening the way for her extradition.

  43. Why Are People Protesting in Hong Kong? Foreign, May 27

    Increasingly, the demonstrations are a direct challenge to China’s ruling Communist Party rather than to the territory’s leadership.

  44. Amnesia Nation: Why China Has Forgotten Its Coronavirus Outbreak Business, May 27

    A 2009 novel predicted the Chinese people would forget a traumatic crisis. The puzzle, says its author, is how it happened so fast.

  45. Protesters in Hong Kong Rally Against China’s Tightening Grip Foreign, May 27

    Many sought to oppose a bill that would threaten prison for disrespecting the Chinese national anthem, the latest expression of public anger at Beijing’s encroachment.

  46. Reopening Optimism Helps Wall Street Business, May 27

    The latest on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.

  47. China’s Virus Apps May Outlast the Outbreak, Stirring Privacy Fears Business, May 26

    With the disease there mostly under control, officials are looking for new uses for the government software that’s now on many phones.

  48. China’s Young Struggle for Jobs in the Post-Outbreak Era Business, May 26

    Finding work for a generation has become a major priority for the country’s leaders, who have promised a better life in exchange for a lack of political freedom.

  49. Here’s How Wuhan Tested 6.5 Million for Coronavirus in Days Foreign, May 26

    The Wuhan government is close to completing its citywide testing drive. Thousands of medical and other workers were mobilized in a feat that some health experts and residents questioned.

  50. China’s Military Vows to Defend the Country’s Interests in Hong Kong Foreign, May 26

    The commander of the People’s Liberation Army garrison in Hong Kong and the city’s leader defended Beijing’s push for new national security laws governing the territory.

  51. Why China’s Move to Rein In Hong Kong Is Just the Start Foreign, May 24

    Xi Jinping’s China, emboldened by its handling of the coronavirus pandemic, no longer seems constrained by the threat of international rebuke.

  52. Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas as Protesters Resist China’s Grip Foreign, May 24

    Marchers defied social distancing rules and a water cannon to demonstrate against Beijing’s plan for new security legislation in the territory.

  53. Rattled by a Pandemic, People Turn to Leaders — Any Leaders Foreign, May 23

    Placing faith in a leader with little control over a virus may seem irrational, but it fills a very human need.

  54. ‘I Am Just Hong Kong’: A City’s Fate in China’s Hands Foreign, May 23

    This hybrid of East and West may have reached the limits of its middle ground.

  55. China Deploys Propaganda Machine to Defend Move Against Hong Kong Foreign, May 23

    State-run news media depicted the proposed national security laws as necessary to protect the rule of the Communist Party.

  56. Coronavirus Vaccine Shows Promising Early Results in China Science, May 22

    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.

  57. Germany’s Lessons for China and America Op Ed, May 22

    Better to love your country with a broken heart than love it blind.

  58. As Coronavirus Keeps the West at Bay, China Moves to Tame Hong Kong Foreign, May 22

    An emboldened China and its leader, Xi Jinping, assert themselves on national security, in line with Mr. Xi’s vision for a “great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.”

  59. China’s Tighter Grip on Hong Kong Shakes City’s Business World Business, May 22

    The territory’s stock market plunged amid expectations that money would soon be leaving the Asian financial hub, which faces tough new measures from Beijing and retaliation from the United States.

  60. China Doesn’t Just Want to Control Hong Kong Op Ed, May 22

    The special governance system set up to protect the city’s freedoms was really only ever designed to stifle them.

  61. Hong Kong Protest Movement Left Reeling by China’s Power Grab Foreign, May 22

    Beijing’s move to take a direct hand in the territory’s affairs will pit the pro-democracy movement against an uncompromising Communist Party.

  62. Treating Mild Coronavirus Cases Could Help Save Everyone Op Ed, May 22

    Acting before or very soon after an infection is the best way to handle most acute viral diseases. Why aren’t we focusing on that with Covid-19?

  63. Can Europe Stay Back From the Brink? Op Ed, May 22

    After three months of chaos and deaths caused by the pandemic, the continent, led by Germany and France, is giving convergence another try.

  64. China, Faced With Challenges, Mounts Show of Strength at Congress Session Foreign, May 21

    Beijing broke with precedent in abandoning an annual growth target for 2020, a sign of the difficulties of restarting its economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  65. Prominent Scientists Denounce End to Coronavirus Grant Science, May 21

    A group of 77 Nobel laureates wants the U.S. government to review a grant cancellation for research in China directly related to preventing pandemics.

  66. China’s Hong Kong Crackdown Could Put Trump in an Unwelcome Spot Washington, May 21

    A proposed new security law has senators calling for sanctions. But the president is reluctant to jeopardize his ties to President Xi Jinping.

  67. What Happens to Hong Kong Now? Foreign, May 21

    What could China’s move to strengthen control over Hong Kong with new security laws yield? And why did it propose this now? Some answers on these and other issues.

  68. China Moves to Tighten Its Control of Hong Kong Foreign, May 21

    New security laws would allow Beijing to take aim at the protests that have roiled the semiautonomous city and posed a direct challenge to the Communist Party and its leader, Xi Jinping.

  69. Trump Will Withdraw From Open Skies Arms Control Treaty Washington, May 21

    The president held out the possibility of negotiations with the Russians that could save American participation in the accord. But even some of his own aides said success for that seemed unlikely.

  70. China Pushes New Security Law for Hong Kong, Increasing Party’s Sway Foreign, May 21

    Such rules would allow Beijing to take aim at the protests that have roiled the semiautonomous city and posed a direct challenge to the Chinese Communist Party and its leader, Xi Jinping.

  71. China Moves to Impose New Hong Kong Security Law, Increasing Party’s Sway Foreign, May 21

    Such rules would allow Beijing to take aim at the protests that have roiled the semiautonomous city and posed a direct challenge to the Chinese Communist Party and its leader, Xi Jinping.

  72. Coronavirus Changed China’s Big Political Event. Here’s What to Expect. Foreign, May 21

    The National People’s Congress, which starts Friday morning in Beijing, is a chance for China to show the world that it has tamed the epidemic.

  73. After New Coronavirus Outbreaks, China Imposes Wuhan-Style Lockdown Foreign, May 21

    Infections in the northeast have led officials to sequester hundreds of thousands at home. “China doesn’t want to take any chances,” one expert said.

  74. China’s ‘Crude Oil Treasure’ Promised Riches. Now Investors Owe the Bank. Business, May 21

    The police are seeking to silence those who bought a Bank of China investment that backfired, highlighting the plight of small investors in the country.

  75. In China’s Crisis, Xi Sees a Crucible to Strengthen His Rule Foreign, May 20

    China’s leader is using the country’s success — and the criticism against it — to urge the party and the people to weather tough days ahead.

  76. W.H.O. Members Reject Trump’s Demands but Agree to Study Its Virus Response Washington, May 19

    The outcome left the United States isolated as officials from China, Russia and the European Union chided Mr. Trump over his heated threats.

  77. ¿Qué va a pasar con los créditos millonarios que China otorgó a los países pobres? en Español, May 19

    Sus economías sufren y las naciones deudoras quieren que Pekín perdone o renegocie los préstamos. Hacerlo sería costoso. Rehusarse puede dañar la imagen global del gigante asiático.

  78. Trump Is Playing the China Card. Who Believes Him? Op Ed, May 19

    He attacks Joe Biden to deflect blame for his terrible handling of Covid-19 and record of appeasing Beijing.

  79. Yu Lihua, 90, Dies; Writer Spoke to ‘Rootless’ Chinese Émigrés Obits, May 19

    In her fiction she depicted “the struggle of Chinese immigrants in American society” — not the “Oriental exoticism” preferred by many publishers in the ’60s.

  80. U.S. Is Using Taiwan as a Pressure Point in Tech Fight With China Washington, May 19

    The Trump administration is challenging Chinese access to Taiwan’s high-tech supply chain — and, by extension, Beijing’s influence over the island it claims as its territory.

  81. Raids Reveal Massive Fentanyl Production in Myanmar Foreign, May 19

    China’s crackdown on makers of the drug, which has fueled the U.S. opioid crisis, may have simply created opportunities for crime syndicates elsewhere.

  82. U.S.-China Feud Over Coronavirus Erupts at World Health Assembly Science, May 18

    China’s president pledged $2 billion to fight the virus, a move the United States criticized as an effort to head off scrutiny of its handling of the pandemic.

  83. Poor Countries Borrowed Billions from China. They Can’t Pay It Back. Business, May 18

    Nations want Beijing to forgive or renegotiate loans as their economies suffer. Doing so would be costly. Saying no could hurt China’s global image.

  84. Hope, Fear and Grief: Wuhan After the Lockdown Ends Foreign, May 18

    One month later, people are learning how to navigate life on the other side of the coronavirus crisis.

  85. Hong Kong Legislators Brawl Amid Fears Over Widening Chinese Control Foreign, May 18

    The scuffles erupted as lawmakers debated the leadership of a committee that would consider legislation that would make it illegal to insult the Chinese national anthem.

  86. Hong Kong Legislators Brawl Amid Fears Over Widening Chinese Control Foreign, May 18

    The scuffles erupted as lawmakers debated the leadership of a committee that would consider legislation that would make it illegal to insult the Chinese national anthem.

  87. Chinese Ambassador Is Found Dead at Home in Israel Foreign, May 17

    An embassy worker found the body of Du Wei, 57, in his bed in a coastal suburb north of Tel Aviv, Israeli officials said. The Chinese government in preliminary findings attributed his death to unspecified health problems.

  88. Wide-Open Spaces Games, May 16

    Byron Walden slows our roll with a tough Sunday puzzle.

  89. From ‘Respect’ to ‘Sick and Twisted’: How Coronavirus Hit U.S.-China Ties Foreign, May 15

    A sharp escalation of tensions over the handling of the pandemic has raised the specter of a new Cold War.

  90. ‘Wuhan Diary’ Offers an Angry and Eerie View From Inside Quarantine Books, May 15

    Fang Fang’s online diary, now a book, made her a nuisance to the powers that be and a national hero to many others in China.

  91. Tres meses, dos continentes y cuatro periodos en cuarentena en Español, May 15

    Los gobiernos han manejado la pandemia de distintas maneras. Una reportera vivió las medidas en carne propia.

  92. U.S. Delivers Another Blow to Huawei With New Tech Restrictions Washington, May 15

    The Commerce Department announced rules that threaten to inflict more pain on the company and upset an already rocky U.S.-China relationship.

  93. Coronavirus Seemingly Tamed, Chinese Economy Starts to Recover Business, May 15

    But weak sales at stores and a stall in export orders raise fears of a possible second downturn this summer.

  94. When Can Kids Go Back to Class? Op Ed, May 14

    The economy can’t fully reopen until schools do.

  95. Mascarillas y vigilancia: China vuelve a trabajar tras el coronavirus en Español, May 14

    Las fórmulas de reactivación laboral han sido inconsistentes y algunas medidas podrían resultar demasiado estrictas para los trabajadores de otros lugares. Aún así, el país puede establecer la vía a seguir para el resto del mundo.

  96. Here’s How Wuhan Plans to Test All 11 Million of Its People for Coronavirus Foreign, May 14

    The Chinese city’s goal is unrivaled in scale. But a top expert has questioned the need for it, given the low number of infections.

  97. China’s ‘OK Boomer’: Generations Clash Over the Nation’s Future Business, May 14

    A commercial extolling Chinese youths has set off a debate over whether they are too nationalistic — and their prospects too limited — for the country’s good.

  98. Pick Your Favorite Anxiety Op Ed, May 13

    Cuomo or Trump? China or Europe?

  99. Federal Retirement Fund Halts Planned China Investment Under Pressure Washington, May 13

    The change in plans for the $600 billion Thrift Savings Plan for federal workers comes as the Trump administration ramps up criticism of China.

  100. Three Months, Two Continents and Four Stints in Quarantine Foreign, May 13

    A reporter got a close-up look at how different governments handled the developing pandemic. Some were more impressive than others.

  101. Ann McBride Norton, First Woman to Run Common Cause, Dies at 75 Obits, May 12

    In leading a watchdog group, she championed campaign finance reform. John McCain called her “our general and our strategist” in pushing that fight in Congress.

  102. China’s Coronavirus Back-to-Work Lessons: Masks and Vigilance Business, May 12

    Efforts to get back to business have been inconsistent and sometimes stricter than workers elsewhere might tolerate. Still, the country could set a path for the rest of the world.

  103. Arkansas Professor Is Accused of Hiding Chinese Funding Washington, May 11

    The case was the latest example of the Justice Department’s efforts to combat Chinese influence on American campuses.

  104. Arkansas Professor Is Accused of Hiding Chinese Funding U.S., May 11

    The case was the latest example of the Justice Department’s efforts to combat Chinese influence on American campuses.

  105. We’re All Casualties of Trump’s War on Science Op Ed, May 11

    The administration kneecaps experts as the coronavirus rages.

  106. Eating in Xi’an, Where Wheat and Lamb Speak to China’s Varied Palate T Style, May 11

    In the city’s Muslim Quarter, meals are a celebration of globalization and ethnic diversity — and a lasting defense against erasure.

  107. China Is Defensive. The U.S. Is Absent. Can the Rest of the World Fill the Void? Foreign, May 11

    Smaller countries like Australia are trying to build a new kind of alliance, by first investigating what went wrong in the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic.

  108. The Silk Road: The Route That Made the World T Style, May 11

    In T’s May 17 Travel Issue, four writers retrace the land routes of ancient explorers, looking at food, religion, art, poetry and silk-making.

  109. Follow the Silk Road, Book by Book T Style, May 11

    Compiled by our contributors, a reading list for recreating the ancient trade route from the comfort of home.

  110. A Poetic Journey Through Western China T Style, May 11

    For years, Silk Road travelers made the grueling trek past towering mountain ranges and ancient cities now lost to time. Centuries later, one writer attempts to retrace the journey.

  111. Trump Is Using the Pandemic to Flout Immigration Laws Op Ed, May 11

    Refugees and unaccompanied children are the targets of summary border expulsions.

  112. Shanghai Disneyland Reopens With Strict Safety Procedures Business, May 11

    Limited capacity, face masks and plastic gloves to ride: The opening offers a glimpse of how other Disney parks may cope.

  113. U.S. to Accuse China of Trying to Hack Vaccine Data, as Virus Redirects Cyberattacks Washington, May 10

    Iran and other nations are also looking to steal data and exploit the pandemic with attacks on infrastructure, officials say.

  114. Can the Democrats Avoid Trump’s China Trap? Op Ed, May 10

    The president wants a new cold war to deflect attention from his failures.

  115. Has Trump Decided We Will Follow Sweden and Just Not Told Us? Op Ed, May 10

    The president brings instability and confusion to a crisis.

  116. U.S. Hits Back at China With New Visa Restrictions on Journalists Foreign, May 9

    The Trump administration is imposing 90-day limits on work visas for Chinese journalists, raising the threat of further retaliation by the Chinese government.

  117. U.S. Escalates Media War With New Restrictions on Chinese Journalists Foreign, May 9

    New 90-day limits on work visas for Chinese journalists followed Beijing’s expulsion of American journalists and raised the threat of further retaliation by the Chinese government.

  118. Sister Fights to Free Uighur Businessman Held in China After U.S. Trip Washington, May 9

    Ekpar Asat came to the United States for the State Department’s most prestigious program for foreign citizens. Chinese security officers detained him weeks after he returned home.

  119. Trump Says He’s ‘Torn’ on China Deal as Advisers Signal Harmony on Trade Business, May 8

    The president’s comments, coming just hours after advisers said the agreement was on track, indicate an increasingly unstable relationship.

  120. Screenings Were Porous as Trump Spurred Exodus From Virus Hot Spots Washington, May 7

    A House report found that Americans fleeing Asia and Europe to beat the president’s travel bans faced few temperature checks or other rigorous screenings to see if they were bringing the virus home.

  121. F.D.A. Bans 65 Mask Manufacturers Health, May 7

    Citing poor quality, the Food and Drug Administration prohibited dozens of companies from continuing to sell their N95-style face masks here.

  122. F.D.A. Bans Faulty Masks, 3 Weeks After Failed Tests Science, May 7

    The Food and Drug Administration prohibited 65 manufacturers from selling masks for medical use. But the move came after tests last month showed the masks didn’t meet standards.

  123. Coronavirus May Lurk in Semen, Researchers Report Science, May 7

    It was not clear whether the scientists had found infectious virus or inert fragments, so sexual transmission of the virus still seems very unlikely.

  124. China’s Military Is Tied to Debilitating New Cyberattack Tool Foreign, May 7

    An Israeli security company said the hacking software, called Aria-body, had been deployed against governments and state-owned companies in Australia and Southeast Asia.

  125. The Chinese Lab Theory Podcasts, May 7

    Is Beijing keeping a secret? Or are the exact origins of the coronavirus still a mystery?

  126. Are Countries Flattening the Curve for the Coronavirus? Interactive, April 3

    These charts show the pandemic’s trajectory in each nation. New cases appear to be leveling off in some places, but they may still be far from a slowdown.

  127. Four Ways to Measure Coronavirus Outbreaks in U.S. Metro Areas Interactive, March 27

    Some metros in the U.S. could have worse outbreaks than those in Italy’s Lombardy region or in Wuhan, China.

  128. Which Country Has Flattened the Curve for the Coronavirus? Interactive, March 19

    These charts show the trajectory of the coronavirus pandemic in each country. New cases have dwindled in China and South Korea, but the virus continues to spread rapidly in most of the world.

  129. Watch the Footprint of Coronavirus Spread Across Countries Interactive, March 17

    A satellite that detects pollution from human activity shows how the coronavirus is shutting down whole countries.

  130. Coronavirus Map: Tracking the Global Outbreak Interactive, January 28

    The virus has infected more than 6,600,000 people and has been detected in nearly every country.