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  1. N.Y.C. Transit Postpones 4% Fare Hike, Hoping for Federal Rescue New York, Today

    The cash-strapped agency is delaying the increase amid pressure from advocates and elected officials who say the change would hurt essential and low-wage workers.

  2. When Evictions Loom, Pets Are Also at Risk Real Estate, Today

    Adoptions set a record in the U.S. early in the pandemic, but now millions of animals could be in danger of being abandoned or returned to shelters.

  3. How Nothingness Became Everything We Wanted Magazine, Today

    Even before the pandemic, American culture was embracing numbness as an antidote for the overload of digital capitalism. But is it a real escape — or another trap?

  4. Why Medical Tourism Is Drawing Patients, Even in a Pandemic Travel, Today

    The coronavirus pandemic has devastated medical tourism, but pent-up demand remains for affordable treatment in foreign lands.

  5. Pandemic Teacher Shortages Imperil In-Person Schooling National, Today

    The nation’s schools need thousands of more teachers, full-time and substitute, to keep classrooms open during coronavirus outbreaks.

  6. The Postal Service Survived the Election. But It Was Crushed by Holiday Packages. Interactive, Today

    ‘Worst I’ve Ever Seen’: The Postal Service’s on-time performance plummeted in December, after it delivered a record number of mail-in ballots.

  7. Mujeres desempleadas recurren a vender sus fotos desnudas en línea en Español, Today

    OnlyFans, una plataforma de redes sociales que permite que sus usuarios vendan fotos explícitas, ha tenido un gran auge durante la pandemia. Pero la competencia en el sitio significa que no todas las personas ganarán mucho dinero.

  8. Trump Orders Lifting of Virus Travel Ban, but Biden Aides Vow to Block Move Washington, Yesterday

    The president’s proclamation, which would not take effect until Jan. 26, after Joe Biden assumes office, was part of a flurry of orders that Mr. Biden is likely to reverse.

  9. Trump Orders Lifting of Virus Travel Ban, but Biden Aides Vow to Block Move Washington, Yesterday

    The president’s proclamation, which would not take effect until Jan. 26, after Joe Biden assumes office, was part of a flurry of orders that Mr. Biden is likely to reverse.

  10. Vaccine Critics Received More Than $1 Million in Pandemic Relief Loans Business, Yesterday

    The Paycheck Protection Program’s loose rules allowed organizations that have questioned the safety of vaccines to qualify for aid.

  11. Biden Will Kick Off Inaugural Events at a Ceremony Honoring Victims of Covid-19 Washington, Yesterday

    Events on Wednesday, when Joseph R. Biden Jr. takes the oath of office, will have a more celebratory theme.

  12. One Day’s Pandemic Losses: Among Thousands, a Father, a Child, a Friend National, Yesterday

    The lives of the people who died on a single January day reflect an extraordinary national loss.

  13. Trump lifted coronavirus travel restrictions from Europe and Brazil; Biden team says it won’t last. Politics, Yesterday

    President Trump ordered an end to the ban on travelers from Europe and Brazil to the United States, a move that was quickly rejected by aides to President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.

  14. Brazil Starts Vaccinations Amid Rise in Covid Cases and New Variants Foreign, Yesterday

    The country has relatively few doses and is paying a price for its leader’s slow pursuit of vaccines early on. That lapse may hinder Brazil’s ability to fight worrisome variants.

  15. China’s College Graduates Can’t Find Jobs. The Solution: Grad School. Business, Yesterday

    The government is expanding university capacity, but some young people worry that the option will only postpone a crisis stemming from a shortage of well-paying work.

  16. Brazil Begins Administering Covid-19 Vaccine Video, Yesterday

    Health officials in Brazil recently began giving the first Covid-19 vaccinations after the country’s health regulator approved two vaccines for emergency use.

  17. Vaccine Critics Received More Than $1 Million in Pandemic Relief Loans Business, Yesterday

    The Paycheck Protection Program’s loose rules allowed organizations that have questioned the safety of vaccines to qualify for aid.

  18. Covid Response Was a Global Series of Failures, W.H.O.-Established Panel Says Foreign, Yesterday

    An interim report is both a bleak recounting of deadly missteps and an early blueprint for repairs: “We have failed in our collective capacity.”

  19. Rash of Coronavirus Cases Poses Early Challenge for the Australian Open Sports, Yesterday

    With several positive tests among people arriving from abroad, and a strict quarantine, the Australian Open is not going the way organizers expected it would.

  20. Anti-vaccine groups received more than $1 million in small-business relief loans. Foreign, Yesterday

  21. Anti-vaccine groups received more than $1 million in small-business relief loans. World, Yesterday

    Six organizations that have challenged the safety of vaccines and made claims that scientists have called false received loans.

  22. Anti-vaccine groups received more than $1 million in small-business relief loans. Business, Yesterday

    Six organizations that have challenged the safety of vaccines and made claims that scientists have called false received loans.

  23. Anti-vaccine groups received more than $1 million in small-business relief loans. World, Yesterday

    Six organizations that have challenged the safety of vaccines and made claims that scientists have called false received loans.

  24. Anti-vaccine groups received more than $1 million in small-business relief loans. World, Yesterday

  25. مصر أنكرت أن انقطاع الأكسجين تسبب في موت مرضى كوفيد، لكن صحيفة النيو يورك تايمز اكتشفت خلاف ذلك. World, Yesterday

    رأى كثيرٌ من المصريين في مقطع فيديو مشهدا نادرًا وغير مألوف للخسائر الفعلية التي خلّفها فيروس كورونا في ذروة الموجة الثانية من الجائحة في مصر.

  26. ¿Es necesario usar dos cubrebocas al mismo tiempo? en Español, Yesterday

    Ante la propagación del coronavirus y sus variantes, los expertos en salud redoblan los esfuerzos para frenar los contagios.

  27. Senator Hawley’s Canceled Book Deal: No First Amendment Issue Letters, Yesterday

    A reader says publishers aren’t bound by free-speech protections. Also: Remote work; evictions in the pandemic; landlords in a bind.

  28. Egypt Denied an Oxygen Failure Killed Covid Patients. We Found That It Did. Foreign, Yesterday

    For many Egyptians, a video offered a rare and uncensored view of the coronavirus’s real toll at the peak of Egypt’s second wave of the pandemic.

  29. ¿Qué significa para las escuelas la nueva variante del coronavirus? en Español, Yesterday

    La variante del coronavirus descubierta en el Reino Unido se transmite más fácilmente entre los niños, igual que entre los adultos. Las medidas actuales deberían proteger a las escuelas, dijeron los expertos, pero solo si se aplican estrictamente.

  30. Inside the B.1.1.7 Coronavirus Variant Interactive, Yesterday

    What researchers have learned about the U.K. variant.

  31. Twins With Covid Help Scientists Untangle the Disease’s Genetic Roots Science, Yesterday

    “I want to know,” one twin said, “why did she have Covid worse than me?”

  32. In Minnesota, a G.O.P. Lawmaker’s Death Brings Home the Reality of Covid Politics, Yesterday

    Minnesota Republicans celebrated election victories with a gala party. A state senator’s death from Covid-19 underlined the consequences of the G.O.P.’s rejection of health experts’ guidance.

  33. Egypt Denied an Oxygen Failure Killed Covid Patients. We Found That It Did. Foreign, Yesterday

    For many Egyptians, a video offered a rare and uncensored view of the coronavirus’s real toll at the peak of Egypt’s second wave of the pandemic.

  34. Biden’s Covid-19 Plan Is Maddeningly Obvious Op Ed, Yesterday

    It is infuriating that the Trump administration left so many of these things undone.

  35. Trump Isn’t Out the Door Yet Op Ed, Yesterday

    But after a few terrible weeks, there are reasons for Americans to be cautiously optimistic.

  36. ‘Podría pasar cualquier cosa’: el futuro incierto de las Olimpiadas en Tokio en Español, Yesterday

    Los organizadores pospusieron los Juegos Olímpicos por un año el pasado mes de marzo. Casi un año después, las perspectivas son cada vez más sombrías.

  37. As the U.S. surpasses 24 million cases, Los Angeles confronts a more contagious variant. National, January 17

    At least two new variants of the virus — one discovered in Britain and another first detected in Denmark — are now showing up in California.

  38. Most Major Economies Are Shrinking. Not China’s. Business, January 17

    The Chinese economy grew 2.3 percent last year, the country’s National Bureau of Statistics announced on Monday in Beijing.

  39. One Year, 400,000 Coronavirus Deaths: How the U.S. Guaranteed Its Own Failure National, January 17

    After the White House declined to pursue a unified national strategy, governors faced off against lobbyists, health experts and a restless public consumed by misinformation.

  40. Lincoln at the Bar? No Letters, January 17

    A historian writes that the notion that Lincoln enjoyed a beer is absurd. Also: Seniors in the pandemic; a union at Google; plight of single mothers.

  41. Dutch Police Clash With Protesters Denouncing Lockdown Measures Foreign, January 17

    Police officers in riot gear used water cannons to disperse demonstrators in the center of Amsterdam opposed to government measures to contain the coronavirus.

  42. Nikolai Antoshkin, Who Helped Halt Chernobyl Disaster, Dies at 78 Foreign, January 17

    He survived radiation as commander of the operation that extinguished the Chernobyl nuclear plant fire. He died of the coronavirus.

  43. Phil Spector, Famed Music Producer and Convicted Murderer, Dies at 81 Obits, January 17

    Known for creating the ‘Wall of Sound,’ he scored hits with the Crystals, the Ronettes and the Righteous Brothers and was one of the most influential figures in popular music.

  44. States are scrambling after the Trump administration’s vaccine promise falls apart. World, January 17

    The stockpile of doses was nearly empty.

  45. States are scrambling after the Trump administration’s vaccine promise falls apart. Foreign, January 17

    The stockpile of doses was nearly empty.

  46. Peloton’s Rapid Rise Is Threatened by Its Slow Delivery Business, January 17

    The company has boomed in popularity during the pandemic but getting its exercise bikes delivered has proved a struggle, one that is angering new customers.

  47. Inside a Nursing Home as Vaccine Arrives: ‘I Hope Everybody Takes It’ Metro, January 17

    At a Staten Island facility that was hit hard by the coronavirus, residents and staff members lined up to get a dose of the Covid vaccine. Here’s how the day went.

  48. How Biden’s Proposed Paid Leave Would Work Upshot, January 17

    Paid leave expired in December for illness and caregiving during the pandemic. Biden wants to reinstate and expand it.

  49. Thai Caves Attract Millions of Bats — and Now Scientists Too Foreign, January 17

    A cave complex at a temple in Thailand has long drawn tourists, pilgrims and guano collectors. Now, scientists have arrived, looking for any potential links to the coronavirus.

  50. With Positive Tests, Australia’s Summer of Pro Tennis Has a Rocky Start Sports, January 16

    After some passengers on charter flights tested positive for the coronavirus, 72 players will not be allowed to practice for two weeks.

  51. Countries are bracing for the impact of more contagious virus variants. Foreign, January 16

    Alongside the variant discovered in Britain, at least three other troubling variants are spreading less widely: one identified in South Africa and two in Brazil.

  52. George Whitmore, Climber Who Vanquished El Capitan, Dies at 89 Obits, January 16

    In 1958, he was one of the first people to climb the 2,900-foot-tall sheer granite wall that looms over Yosemite National Park.

  53. When Biden Becomes … Rooseveltian! Op Ed, January 16

    Using a crisis to reduce child poverty and make America more truly a land of opportunity.

  54. The Next President Actually Has a Covid Plan Editorial, January 16

    America desperately needs a leader who takes the pandemic seriously.

  55. How to Get the Coronavirus Vaccine in New York City Business, January 16

    There are multiple websites, disappearing slots and even attempts to game the system. Here’s our guide to what you have to do to get a dose in your arm.

  56. Children’s Screen Time Has Soared in the Pandemic, Alarming Parents and Researchers Science, January 16

    “There will be a period of epic withdrawal,” warned one addiction specialist, once schools, activities and social life return to normal.

  57. Frustrations Boil at Pace of Vaccinations at Long-Term Care Facilities Business, January 16

    The Trump administration raised hopes of a speedy process for nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Patience is wearing thin.

  58. Is Inflation About to Take Off? That’s the Wrong Question Sunday Business, January 16

    Some analogies can help in assessing the risks: a yo-yo, hungry bears, a sloshing bathtub and a reflating balloon.

  59. Banner Headlines for Tumultuous Times Express, January 16

    For this newspaper, the extraordinary events of the past few months have demanded headlines that take up space.

  60. How British Scientists Found the More Infectious Coronavirus Variant Foreign, January 16

    Back in March, researchers decided to routinely record the genetic sequences of the virus they found, giving them a powerful tool for tracking mutations.

  61. Go Ahead. Fantasize. Styles, January 16

    Imagining a better future, whether it includes gigantic house parties or just more hugs, helps humans cope with difficult times.

  62. How to (Literally) Drive the Coronavirus Away Science, January 16

    What’s the transmission risk inside a car? An airflow study offers some insight for passengers and drivers alike.

  63. How to Invest in a Pandemic, Political Crisis and Possible Bubble Sunday Business, January 16

    Despite awful obstacles, the stock market has performed remarkably well. But is it setting itself up for a fall?

  64. U.S. Executes Dustin Higgs for Role in 3 1996 Murders Washington, January 16

    It was the 13th and final scheduled federal execution under President Trump. President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. has said he opposes the death penalty.

  65. New York City’s Filipino nurses were hard hit by last year’s surge, and dread the second wave. Foreign, January 16

  66. India begins inoculating its 1.3 billion people, starting with health care workers. Foreign, January 16

    The vaccine campaign is unfolding in a country with more than 150,000 coronavirus deaths, the world’s third-highest tally.

  67. Biden Pledges Federal Vaccine Campaign to Beat a Surging Coronavirus Washington, January 15

    Facing looming shortages and rising infections, the president-elect promised mobile vaccination sites, National Guard troops and a federal push to increase vaccine production.

  68. A Second Economic Crisis for Biden, but a Different First Response Washington, January 15

    The president-elect’s proposed economic rescue package is larger and more targeted to the country’s needs than the stimulus plan he helped steer into law as vice president in 2009.

  69. ¿En qué consiste el plan de estímulo de 1,9 billones de dólares de Biden? en Español, January 15

    El presidente electo está implementando un gran paquete de gastos destinado a ayudar a combatir el virus y aliviar el costo económico que ha tenido.

  70. Smokers in N.J. Are Eligible for Vaccine. No Proof Needed. Metro, January 15

    New Jersey is one of only two states that has included smoking among the high-risk medical conditions that make people eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine.

  71. Speed Up Vaccinations and Reduce the Red Tape Op Ed, January 15

    Punitive efforts to ensure strict adherence to complicated eligibility rules endangers people who could be protected.

  72. Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today N Y T Now, January 15

    China is experiencing its worst surge of the virus since the summer.

  73. C.D.C. Warns the New Virus Variant Could Fuel Huge Spikes in Covid-19 Cases Science, January 15

    The more contagious version, first identified in Britain, is expected to spread widely and lead to further strains on an already overburdened health care system.

  74. Insurers Must Pay Businesses for Pandemic Claims, British Court Rules Business, January 15

    Hundreds of thousands of insured businesses will be paid for lost earnings after the coronavirus lockdowns forced them to close, ending a long-running battle with insurance companies.

  75. Keystone Kops Vaccine Rollout Letters, January 15

    A reader says the process in New York is unduly complicated. Also: Infected in Congress; Republican heroes; a valentine to New York.

  76. A Mix of Pride and Doubts as Modi Launches India’s Covid-19 Vaccine Drive Foreign, January 15

    One of the world’s largest inoculation programs is set to begin on Saturday, but experts have questioned the data behind one of the country’s two vaccines — and patients don’t get to pick their shot.

  77. Tom Lankford, 85, Dies; Southern Journalist With Divided Loyalties Obits, January 15

    He took memorable photographs of the civil rights movement for The Birmingham News. But behind the scenes he was building dubious relationships with law enforcement.

  78. Debra Ivory, Smiling Owner of a Barbecue Haven, Dies at 62 Obits, January 15

    In her mid-50s, she cashed out some retirement savings to buy an Oklahoma City eatery, revamping the menu with family recipes. She died of complications of Covid-19.

  79. Philip J. Smith, a Power on Broadway, Is Dead at 89 Obits, January 15

    As head of the Shubert Organization, he was one of New York City’s most influential real estate and cultural entrepreneurs.

  80. Does a Woman ‘Walking’ Her Boyfriend on a Leash Signal Covid Ennui? Foreign, January 15

    Coronavirus restrictions across Canada, including a new curfew in Quebec, are fraying patience and spurring protests in some quarters.

  81. How the New Variant Could Affect Kids and Schools N Y T Now, January 15

    It is expected to become the dominant form of the coronavirus by March in the United States.

  82. How the New Variant Could Affect Kids and Schools N Y T Now, January 15

    It is expected to become the dominant form of the coronavirus by March in the United States.

  83. New York Fears Being ‘Starved’ for Vaccine Just as Rollout Speeds Up Metro, January 15

    Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city would run out of doses by next week.

  84. Kyrie Irving Fined $50,000 for Attending Indoor Party Sports, January 15

    Irving, the star Nets guard, was found to have violated the N.B.A.’s coronavirus health and safety protocols that bar players from attending indoor social gatherings of 15 or more people.

  85. The State of the Virus This Week: A Milestone Looms Interactive, January 15

    A look at this week’s news from the team tracking the coronavirus.

  86. Blue-Collar Boom: How China Bounced Back From the Virus Business, January 15

    Officials pushed factories to reopen the same way they forced the country to shut down. In one small town, it led to a chili-sauce-fueled revival.

  87. Retail Sales Drop in December for Third Straight Month Business, January 15

    Consumer spending fell 0.7 percent, the Commerce Department reported, as the economic recovery showed signs of stalling.

  88. He Just Wanted to Play Catch. They Got Relief From Troubled Times. Sports, January 15

    A callout on social media for a game of catch in Dallas drew a varied group of strangers who found escape from society’s turbulence in the most banal ritual.

  89. ‘It’s Starting Again’: Why Filipino Nurses Dread the Second Wave Metropolitan, January 15

    Indispensable to New York City hospitals, health care workers from the Philippines died in shocking numbers last spring. Will things be different this winter?

  90. ‘I Literally Had No One.’ Then the Foster Kittens Arrived. Metropolitan, January 15

    The pandemic has made life hard for many people, and their pets, but others find themselves with more time and the resources to help.

  91. Confused About the Vaccine Rollout in California? You’re Not Alone National, January 15

    Friday: The state’s vaccine rollout is not going smoothly. Here’s why.

  92. Confused About the Vaccine Rollout? You’re Not Alone National, January 15

    Friday: The state’s vaccine rollout is not going smoothly. Here’s why.

  93. That’s a Lot of Money Business, January 15

    President-elect Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion economic plan will run up big debts.

  94. Disneyland ends annual passes, citing uncertainty around the pandemic. Business, January 15

    The program is ending in part because Disney expects pent-up demand to far outstrip capacity when the resort eventually reopens.

  95. The Big Promises Biden Is Making Politics, January 15

    The president-elect signals an aggressive economic agenda: This is your morning tip sheet.

  96. More Than Half of States Widen Access to Vaccine, Raising Hopes as Well as Chaos National, January 15

    At least 28 states have begun vaccinating older people. Amid a shifting rollout, here is a look at what every state is doing.

  97. Disneyland as a Vaccination Site? Airports as Test Centers? The Travel Industry Pitches In Travel, January 15

    Devastated by the pandemic, many travel companies have become part of an ad hoc relief effort.

  98. How the Medical Director of a Nonprofit Spends His Sundays Metropolitan, January 15

    After clients and church duties, Dr. David Collymore might sneak in a game of Ms. Pac-Man.

  99. Biden Picks Former F.D.A. Chief to Lead Federal Vaccine Efforts Science, January 15

    Dr. David Kessler, who helped speed the development and approval of AIDS drugs in the 1990s, will become the top science official for the initiative the Trump administration had called Operation Warp Speed.

  100. What Can We Expect After the Pandemic? Book Review, January 15

    Four new books look at life after the virus and reach startlingly different conclusions.

  101. The Vaccine Hurdles Older New Yorkers Face Metro, January 15

    Making an inoculation appointment has been a challenge, with crashing websites, confusing sign-up systems and a shortage of openings.

  102. Who gets priority? Patchwork U.S. vaccination policies create uncertainty. World, January 15

  103. Should You Worry About Your Kid’s Pandemic Weight Gain? Parenting, January 15

    Think of body changes as something to be curious about, not a problem to be solved.

  104. Hospitals in England Struggle in the Grip of the Virus Interactive, January 15

    The number of hospitalized Covid-19 patients in England has risen sharply in the last three weeks and now dwarfs the spring peak by 70 percent.

  105. Hopes for Tokyo’s Summer Olympics Darken Sports, January 15

    Organizers postponed the Olympic Games for one year last March. Nearly a year later, prospects are getting bleaker.

  106. Hopes for Tokyo’s Summer Olympics Darken Sports, January 15

    Organizers postponed the Olympic Games for one year last March. Nearly a year later, prospects are getting bleaker.

  107. Lockdown Was Our Breaking Point Styles, January 15

    We needed to marry for our relationship to survive. But “le confinement” was too much.

  108. Australia’s States Are Feuding Like Siblings. What Else to Do but Laugh? Foreign, January 14

    Australians are facing a messy patchwork of border restrictions that lock out both the coronavirus and fellow citizens. A new ad offers a biting, if humorous, commentary on the state of affairs.

  109. Unemployment Claims Rise Sharply, Showing New Economic Pain Business, January 14

    Weekly filings for jobless benefits hit the highest level since July as the pandemic’s resurgence batters the service industry.

  110. El poder (y la alegría) de estar preparado en Español, January 14

    Una lección importante de 2020 es que dejar documentos y decisiones anticipadas durante una crisis de salud es un regalo para las personas que amas. El desafío Well de hoy te muestra cómo hacerlo.

  111. Top Official at Indian Health Service Will Step Down Washington, January 14

    The next director of the health service will inherit an agency that has drawn intense criticism for its failures to provide adequate care both before and during the coronavirus pandemic.

  112. A Look at What’s in Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Plan Business, January 14

    The president-elect is rolling out a large spending package aimed at helping battle the virus and alleviate the economic toll it has taken.

  113. Keys to an Equitable Recovery: Better Data and ‘Trusted Messengers’ Gender, January 14

    Vast racial health disparities are not accidental and can be fixed, says Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith, head of Biden’s Covid-19 Health Equity Task Force.

  114. An Epidemic of Loneliness, Worsened by Covid Letters, January 14

    Readers discuss social isolation as a serious public health issue.

  115. 400,000 More U.S. Deaths Than Normal Since Covid-19 Struck Interactive, January 14

    Since the coronavirus pandemic began sweeping across the country last year, deaths have been nearly 20 percent above normal. See the breakdown by state.

  116. Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today N Y T Now, January 14

    Hospitals and nursing homes are using both carrots and sticks to get employees inoculated.

  117. Overwhelmed, More States Turn to National Guard for Vaccine Help Washington, January 14

    At least 16 states and territories are using the National Guard to give shots, drawing on doctors, nurses, medics and other troops who are skilled in administering injections.

  118. What Does a More Contagious Virus Mean for Schools? Science, January 14

    The coronavirus variant discovered in Britain is more easily spread among children, as it is among adults. Current safeguards should protect schools, experts said, but only if strictly enforced.

  119. ¿Cómo saber si califico para el segundo programa de ayudas a empresas? en Español, January 14

    Los propietarios más afectados serán elegibles para otro préstamo del Programa de Protección de Salarios de Estados Unidos. Esto es lo que tienes que saber.

  120. Ted Lumpkin Jr., a Tuskegee Airman, Dies at 100 Obits, January 14

    In World War II, he was among a barrier-shattering group of Black pilots and support personnel. He died of complications of Covid-19.

  121. How About a Smaller Inauguration? Letters, January 14

    A reader says that for security reasons, the swearing-in should take place at the White House. Also: Maskless legislators; the nuclear arsenal; books for presidents coming and going; tax avoidance.

  122. Disabled Americans Are Losing a Lifeline Op Ed, January 14

    Biden can help.

  123. Virus Siphons $2.5 Billion in N.Y.C. Property Tax Revenue Metro, January 14

    The value of office buildings and hotel properties, which have all but emptied out since the pandemic began, is expected to take a nosedive.

  124. Coronavirus Cases Surge in Arizona Video, January 14

    Arizona has recorded the highest number of new coronavirus cases per capita in the country. A medical official said the hospital systems are under “immense pressure” to keep up with the amount of Covid-19 patients.

  125. Death Was a Theory, Until I Became a Mother Parenting, January 14

    An existential philosopher reflects on the mortality of motherhood.

  126. ¿Cómo será el coronavirus en el futuro? en Español, January 14

    Los científicos predicen que, cuando la inmunidad en adultos sea extendida, el mortífero virus llegará a ser parecido al resfriado común.

  127. Some Medical Students Celebrate With Covid Vaccine Selfies as Others Wait in Line Science, January 14

    Across states and schools, medical students’ access to the coronavirus vaccine has varied widely, creating some confusion and stress.

  128. Who Qualifies for a Second Round of Small-Business Relief? Business, January 14

    The hardest-hit owners will be eligible for another loan from the Paycheck Protection Program.

  129. Andy Murray’s Australian Open Said to Be in Doubt After Positive Test Sports, January 14

    Murray reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus just before he was to leave for Melbourne, where strict quarantine rules await all players.

  130. Cash, Breakfasts and Firings: An All-Out Push to Vaccinate Wary Medical Workers Business, January 14

    Some staff in hospitals and long-term care facilities don’t want to take the Covid-19 vaccine. Their employers are trying to change their minds.

  131. The Maddening Red Tape Facing Older People Who Want the Vaccine Metro, January 14

    A million city residents who are over 65 are now eligible to be vaccinated. But try making an appointment.

  132. Newsom on Covid: ‘There Are Some Good Things to Report’ National, January 14

    Thursday: The state makes everyone 65 and older eligible for vaccines. Also: Why the only California Republican to vote to impeach President Trump did it.

  133. Microsoft, Oracle and Salesforce join a push for digital vaccination credentials. Business, January 14

  134. Microsoft, Oracle and Salesforce join a push for digital vaccination credentials. Business, January 14

  135. A Rally That Won’t Stop or a Bubble About to Pop Sunday Business, January 14

    Stock market sentiment and valuations are high, and with bonds expensive, too, there may be few safe places to turn.

  136. Tips for Getting Your Financial Life in Order in Hard Times Sunday Business, January 14

    Two books provide financial advice for the immediate issues and for retirement. But for deep problems you are likely to need additional help.

  137. A Gadget Lover’s Guide to a Cold, Isolated Winter Styles, January 14

    No gizmos, it seems, are too out-there when it comes to staying warm (and sane) during a cold, self-isolating winter.

  138. Saying Goodbye to Bird Styles, January 14

    A high-end boutique that influenced Brooklyn style.

  139. They Used to Post Selfies. Now They’re Trying to Reverse the Election. Op Ed, January 14

    Right-wing influencers embraced extremist views, and Facebook rewarded them.

  140. Cash, Breakfasts and Firings: An All-Out Push to Vaccinate Wary Medical Workers Business, January 14

    Some staff in hospitals and long-term care facilities don’t want to take the Covid-19 vaccine. Their employers are trying to change their minds.

  141. Biden Outlines $1.9 Trillion Spending Package to Combat Virus and Downturn Business, January 14

    The president-elect detailed plans for an initial effort to fight the coronavirus and a subsequent one to address economic recovery.

  142. At 80, She Is the Defiant Editor of ‘The Buzz’ Metropolitan, January 14

    Many retirement communities have declined to name names during the pandemic. So she started a newsletter to do just that.

  143. The Maddening Red Tape Facing Older People Who Want the Vaccine Metro, January 14

    A million city residents who are over 65 are now eligible to be vaccinated. But try making an appointment.

  144. The Tiny Wedding of Your Dreams in 2021 Society, January 14

    No, your wedding won’t be an extravaganza during this time. But it will be more personal and meaningful if you give it a chance — and take precautions.

  145. How to Hold a Virtual Memorial Service Well, January 14

    Holding a funeral or memorial on a videoconferencing platform like Zoom offers several advantages: It’s easy for distant guests to attend, and you can record it.

  146. Behind Closed Doors, Paris Theaters Carry On Culture, January 14

    Rather than let finished productions go to waste in the locked-down city, exasperated artists are continuing with closed performances for others in the industry. If everyone’s “working,” it’s technically still allowed.

  147. As His Predecessor Is Impeached, Biden Tries to Stay Above the Fray Washington, January 13

    The president-elect has long tried to keep from being sucked into President Trump’s dramas. He may find that posture hard to maintain when he takes office and the Senate puts Mr. Trump on trial.

  148. A W.H.O. team is in China to investigate the virus. Here are some of the hurdles it faces. World, January 14

  149. Two Members of W.H.O. Team on Trail of Virus Are Denied Entry to China Foreign, January 13

    Beijing has repeatedly impeded the global inquiry into the emergence of the coronavirus. Two scientists on the team remained in Singapore after testing positive for antibodies.

  150. The Paycheck Protection Program will open for most borrowers next week. Business, January 13