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  1. The Week in Business: Throwing Money at a Pandemic Business, Today

    As unemployment numbers broke a grim record, Congress rushed to pass a $2 trillion rescue bill.

  2. The Virus Has Transformed the 2020 Elections. Here’s How. U.S., Today

    Party conventions are in jeopardy, campaigning is on hold and local candidates are playing the role of good Samaritan instead of traditional politician.

  3. Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Drops Idea of Quarantining New York Region World, Today

    India’s abrupt nationwide lockdown left hundreds of thousands of laborers homeless and prompted one of the largest migrations in the country’s modern history.

  4. The U.S.’s Slow Start to Coronavirus Testing: A Timeline U.S., Yesterday

    Technical flaws, regulatory hurdles and failures of leadership impeded early screening in the United States, allowing the pandemic to spread.

  5. Medical Expert Who Corrects Trump Is Now a Target of the Far Right Technology, Yesterday

    Dr. Anthony Fauci, the administration’s most outspoken advocate of emergency virus measures, faces a torrent of false claims that he is mobilizing to undermine the president.

  6. Trump to Issue Travel Advisory for N.Y. Region, Backing Off Quarantine Threat U.S., Yesterday

    The suggestion of a quarantine, which would have been a drastic exercise of power, drew swift condemnation and surprised top officials in the area.

  7. We Can Safely Restart the Economy in June. Here’s How. Opinion, Yesterday

    Get tough now. Test widely to isolate those infected, and slowly revive businesses with workers and customers who have developed immunity.

  8. Virus as Metaphor Opinion, Yesterday

    There’s a long history of illness being used to stoke hatred. We cannot succumb to it now.

  9. Covid-19 Brings Out All the Usual Zombies Opinion, Yesterday

    Why virus denial resembles climate denial

  10. Covid-19 Brings Out All the Usual Zombies Opinion, Yesterday

    Why virus denial resembles climate denial.

  11. Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Says a Quarantine ‘Will Not Be Necessary’ World, Yesterday

    At least 17 states reported tallies of at least 1,000 infections. Illinois reported the first known U.S. death of an infant with the virus.

  12. Trump Suggests He Can Gag Inspector General for Stimulus Bailout Program U.S., March 27

    In a signing statement, the president undermined a key safeguard Democrats had insisted upon as a condition of approving $500 billion in corporate relief in the $2 trillion law.

  13. Analyzing the Patterns in Trump’s Falsehoods About Coronavirus U.S., March 27

    For months, the president has downplayed the severity of the pandemic, overstated the impact of his policies and potential treatments, blamed others and tried to rewrite the history of his response.

  14. One Continent, Two Very Different Political Responses to the Pandemic World, March 27

    Leaders across the spectrum in Canada have generally set aside differences when it comes to the current health crisis.

  15. In This Emergency, Mom Knows Best Opinion, March 27

    Words of wisdom and experience, and a few humbling ones, too.

  16. For Dr. Deborah Birx, Urging Calm Has Come With Heavy Criticism U.S., March 27

    The White House’s coronavirus response coordinator drew criticism for comments she made about ventilator shortages, and for gushing praise of President Trump.

  17. Let’s ‘Kick Coronavirus’s Ass’ Opinion, March 27

    In this nightmarish moment, we’re feeling warm and fuzzy about the cold and calculating Andrew Cuomo.

  18. Let’s ‘Kick Coronavirus’s Ass’ Opinion, March 27

    In this nightmarish moment, we’re feeling warm and fuzzy about the cold and calculating Andrew Cuomo.

  19. For Farmers, Stimulus Bill Means Subsidies Continue to Flow U.S., March 27

    The bill allots as much as $23.5 billion in assistance to farmers, a key constituency of President Trump’s, in the middle of an election year.

  20. Trump Signs Historic $2 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill Video, March 27

    President Trump signed into law the largest economic stimulus package in modern American history, backing a $2 trillion measure designed to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.

  21. It’s Too Late to Avoid Disaster, but There Are Still Things We Can Do Opinion, March 27

    Our leaders need to speak some hard truths and then develop a strategy to prevent the worst.

  22. Thomas Massie, House’s ‘Mr. No,’ Tries to Force Vote on Coronavirus Aid Bill U.S., March 27

    The Kentucky libertarian’s tactics failed, but not before forcing lawmakers back to the Capitol for passage of the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package, infuriating them and President Trump.

  23. Pentagon Order to Plan for Escalation in Iraq Meets Warning From Top Commander World, March 27

    A secret Pentagon directive orders planning to try to destroy a militia group backed by Iran, but America’s top general in Iraq cautions of the risks.

  24. Under Intense Criticism, Trump Says Government Will Buy More Ventilators U.S., March 27

    In another day of mixed messages, the president criticized G.M. and authorized the use of the Defense Production Act to force it to make ventilators after the company had already announced it was going to.

  25. Boris Johnson Should Have Taken His Own Medicine Opinion, March 27

    The British prime minister tested positive for Covid-19 and went into isolation, but not before doing untold damage and setting a bad example.

  26. As Turkey Ends Inquiry, Prospects Dim for Justice in Khashoggi Killing World, March 27

    Efforts to hold Saudi officials accountable for the killing of the dissident journalist continue, but any punishment appears unlikely.

  27. ‘Dreamers’ Tell Supreme Court Ending DACA During Pandemic Would Be ‘Catastrophic’ U.S., March 27

    About 27,000 of the young undocumented immigrants who are part of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program work in health care, many of them on the front lines in the fight against the coronavirus.

  28. ‘Dreamers’ Tell Supreme Court Ending DACA During Pandemic Would Be ‘Catastrophic’ U.S., March 27

    About 27,000 of the young undocumented immigrants who are part of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program work in health care, many of them on the front lines in the fight against the coronavirus.

  29. Should Biden Freak Out About the Trump Bump? Opinion, March 27

    He’s a nominee in perpetual waiting.

  30. Can the House Pass a $2 Trillion Stimulus by Voice Vote? Here’s How It Works U.S., March 27

    Leaders in both parties were hoping to pass the measure by voice vote, highly unusual for such consequential legislation. But the plan could collapse if even one lawmaker objects.

  31. Can the House Pass a $2 Trillion Stimulus by Voice Vote? Here’s How It Works U.S., March 27

    Leaders in both parties were hoping to pass the measure by voice vote, highly unusual for such consequential legislation. But the plan could collapse if even one lawmaker objects.

  32. What Biden Can Do Opinion, March 27

    Three options on the politics of the coronavirus.

  33. Can Trump Break a 50 Percent Approval Rating? U.S., March 27

    As the coronavirus rages, Americans’ views of President Trump have risen slightly to reach record highs, polls show. But he remains polarizing.

  34. These Companies Enriched Themselves. Now They’re Getting a Bailout. Interactive, March 27

    Are taxpayers rewarding bad behavior?

  35. Lawrence Wright Saw a Pandemic Coming Opinion, March 27

    The journalist’s new thriller is eerily prescient. Too bad our leaders lack his foresight.

  36. The Most Powerful People in American Politics Are Over 65 U.S., March 27

    President Trump is 73. His leading rival is 77. And many of their strongest supporters — vulnerable to the coronavirus but enormously influential politically — are eligible for Social Security.

  37. Trump’s Environmental Rollbacks Find Opposition Within: Staff Scientists Climate, March 27

    Federal scientists and lawyers, told to undo regulations that some have worked on for decades, have embedded data into technical documents that environmental lawyers are using to challenge the rollbacks.

  38. Coronavirus Live Updates: U.S. Cases Top 100,000; Trump Signs $2 Trillion Relief Bill World, March 27

    President Trump, who had questioned the need for additional ventilators, pushes industry to make more. A new survey of mayors finds dire shortages of urgently needed medical supplies. And in Britain, Prime Minister Boris Johnson tested positive.

  39. After Considering $1 Billion Price Tag for Ventilators, White House Has Second Thoughts U.S., March 26

    A deal with General Motors and Ventec Life Systems to produce tens of thousands of the critical lifesaving devices seemed imminent. Then the announcement was pulled back.

  40. As Coronavirus Spread, Largest Stimulus in History United a Polarized Senate U.S., March 26

    Markets shuddered as the $2 trillion economic stabilization package stalled before negotiators cemented a historic deal.

  41. An Open Letter to President Trump Opinion, March 26

    The nation craves a plan, not hunches.

  42. Trump Says He Will Label Regions by Risk of Coronavirus Threat U.S., March 26

    The federal guidelines are meant to help states decide whether to relax or enhance the quarantine and social distancing measures they have put in place.

  43. Trump’s Baseless Claim That a Recession Would Be Deadlier Than the Coronavirus U.S., March 26

    The opposite is more likely to be true, according to research and experts.

  44. U.S. Officials Push for Expelling Suspected Chinese Spies at Media Outlets U.S., March 26

    Trump administration officials are discussing taking action after China said it would expel almost all American journalists for The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal.

  45. Can Trump Legally Order the Country Back to Work From Coronavirus by Easter? U.S., March 26

    Such a declaration, in the midst of a health crisis, would have to come from local authorities.

  46. On Coronavirus, We’re #1 Opinion, March 26

    But we’re doing some things right despite Trump.

  47. Bonanza for Rich Real Estate Investors, Tucked Into Stimulus Package Business, March 26

    A small change to tax policy could hand $170 billion in tax savings to real estate tycoons.

  48. Read the Letter From President Trump to America’s Governors U.S., March 26

    “We pledge to marshal every resource and power we have to overcome and vanquish this threat,” the president wrote about the coronavirus.

  49. Trump’s ‘Disaster Diplomacy’ Has So Far Had Few Results U.S., March 26

    North Korea and Iran have not taken him up on the offer for aid on combating the coronavirus. And Russia and China have extended similar offers of help to the United States.

  50. Venezuelan Leader Maduro Is Charged in the U.S. With Drug Trafficking New York, March 26

    Federal prosecutors accused President Nicolás Maduro of participating in a narco-terrorism conspiracy, in a major escalation of the Trump administration’s efforts to pressure him to leave office.

  51. ‘It’s a Leadership Argument’: Coronavirus Reshapes Health Care Fight U.S., March 26

    Joe Biden and other Democrats were already talking about health care before the coronavirus, but the outbreak gives new urgency to a central issue for the party.

  52. Job Vacancies and Inexperience Mar Federal Response to Coronavirus U.S., March 26

    Unfilled jobs and high turnover mean the government is ill equipped for a public health crisis, said many former and current federal officials and disaster experts.

  53. What’s The Best Fix For a Recession? Opinion, March 26

    And a firsthand account of America’s testing fiasco.

  54. Coronavirus Live Updates: U.S. Now Has More Known Cases Than Any Other Country World, March 26

    As the House prepared to vote on a $2 trillion relief plan, unemployment data set a bleak record and hospitals struggled with an influx of sick patients and lack of equipment.

  55. Here’s a Coronavirus Quiz Interactive, March 25

    Test your currency with current events.

  56. Lessons From Lockdown Opinion, March 25

    Our lives have been upended in ways that portend dire consequences for the country.

  57. Trump Wants to ‘Reopen America.’ Here’s What Happens if We Do. Interactive, March 25

    Many could die if we ease up too soon.

  58. Trump Gets a Bump U.S., March 25

    He’s making overly optimistic promises for the country, but new polling is promising for him.

  59. V.A. Criticized for Effort to Keep Some Veterans Away From Private Care During Outbreak U.S., March 25

    By Wednesday morning, the White House sought to correct the impression that the department was putting a pause on the Mission Act.

  60. Stunned by Our Leaders’ Statements on the Coronavirus Opinion, March 25

    Readers are dismayed by President Trump’s evocation of “packed churches” at Easter and a Texas politician’s suggestion that older people be willing to die. Also: The need for more tests; solar power in the neighborhood.

  61. Fine Print of Stimulus Bill Contains Special Deals for Industries U.S., March 25

    Small banks, retailers and for-profit colleges got provisions they wanted. So did Boeing. Among those who could potentially benefit: President Trump’s company.

  62. Coronavirus Doesn’t Slow Trump’s Regulatory Rollbacks Climate, March 25

    The administration is pushing ahead with efforts to roll back environmental protections and impose new limits on how science can be used for making rules.

  63. Trump’s Briefings Are a Ratings Hit. Should Networks Cover Them Live? Business, March 25

    The president’s viewership has rivaled the audiences for hit reality shows and prime-time football. But some worry about misinformation.

  64. Trump’s Briefings Are a Ratings Hit. Should Networks Cover Them Live? Business, March 25

    The president’s viewership has rivaled the audiences for hit reality shows and prime-time football. But some worry about misinformation.

  65. When to Restart the Economy? Business, March 25

    Wall Street executives have warned the Trump administration of another Great Depression if Americans don’t get back to work soon.

  66. ‘Raring to Go by Easter’ Podcasts, March 25

    President Trump said he would like to allow shuttered businesses around the United States to reopen within weeks, defying the advice of top health officials.

  67. In God We Divide Opinion, March 25

    The political dimensions of worship have never been greater.

  68. Are We Sure We Want to Give Trump War Powers? Opinion, March 25

    Congress shouldn’t concede more power to this president (or any other). That’s the last thing we need.

  69. Congress Moves Toward Approving $2 Trillion Stimulus After Bipartisan Deal U.S., March 25

    The plan would provide direct payments to taxpayers, jobless benefits and a $500 billion fund to assist distressed businesses, with oversight requirements demanded by Democrats.

  70. Coronavirus Live Updates: Infections Soar in New York as Congress Prepares to Vote on $2 Trillion Aid Deal World, March 25

    People fleeing New York to other parts of the country were told to quarantine themselves for 14 days. Prince Charles has the virus. The number of deaths in Spain — more than 3,400 — surpassed the toll in China.

  71. Trump Wants U.S. ‘Opened Up’ by Easter, Despite Health Officials’ Warnings U.S., March 24

    “You can’t just come in and say let’s close up the United States of America,” the president said, insisting again that he did not view the coronavirus as any more dangerous than the flu.

  72. Trump to New York: Drop Dead Opinion, March 24

    Untold thousands will likely die, absent federal intervention. And it needs to happen this instant. Why won’t the president help?

  73. Coronavirus Is Advancing. All Americans Need to Shelter in Place. Opinion, March 24

    The worst of the pandemic is yet to come. Listen to the medical experts. It’s time for a national lockdown.

  74. Oracle Providing White House With Software to Study Unproven Coronavirus Drugs U.S., March 24

    The online platform could allow physicians to upload patient data on how malaria drugs perform on coronavirus patients.

  75. Finding the ‘Common Good’ in a Pandemic Opinion, March 24

    The Harvard political philosopher Michael Sandel offers his take.

  76. Is This Really the Best Way to Fight Coronavirus? Opinion, March 24

    Forced to make the impossible choice between wealth and health, we could end up with neither.

  77. Coronavirus in N.Y.: ‘Astronomical’ Surge Leads to Quarantine Warning New York, March 24

    The White House advised people who have passed through or left New York City that they should place themselves in a 14-day quarantine.

  78. We’re Relying on Trump to Care About Our Lives Opinion, March 24

    Will he, given his obsession with the economy?

  79. Saving the Economy, and Saving Lives Opinion, March 24

    Readers are fearful that the president will ease isolation measures to help his re-election bid.

  80. Restarting the Economy Is About Lives Versus Livelihoods Business, March 24

    President Trump signaled that he’s open to lifting restrictions soon on social distancing in an effort to restart the U.S. economy.

  81. Trump Thinks He Knows Better Than the Doctors About Coronavirus Opinion, March 24

    His comments about reopening the economy sooner rather than later show us what he really values.

  82. Trump Doesn’t Have the Attention Span to Fight Coronavirus Opinion, March 24

    He already seems to be losing interest. Look elsewhere for hope.

  83. Man Fatally Poisons Himself While Self-Medicating for Coronavirus, Doctor Says U.S., March 24

    An Arizona man and his wife ingested a fish tank cleaning additive made with the same active ingredient as chloroquine phosphate, which President Trump has referred to as a “game changer.”

  84. Coronavirus Live Updates: As India Imposes 21-Day Lockdown, Trump Calls for U.S. to Be Open ‘by Easter’ World, March 24

    The Tokyo Olympics have been postponed. New York, now the center of the outbreak in America, braces for a flood of patients.

  85. As Federal Government Mobilizes, Local Officials Say Response Remains Too Slow U.S., March 23

    Signs of a large-scale federal response to the coronavirus outbreak have begun to appear, generating praise from local officials but also pleas that they need much more.

  86. In Pandemic, Justice Dept. Seeks Video Court Hearings and Home Detention U.S., March 23

    Lawmakers are said to be skeptical about other Trump administration ideas, including expanding presidential power to curb asylum and suspending deadlines for arraignments.

  87. Trump Has Given Unusual Leeway to Fauci, but Aides Say He’s Losing His Patience U.S., March 23

    The president has become increasingly concerned as Dr. Anthony S. Fauci has grown bolder in correcting his falsehoods about the spread of the coronavirus.

  88. Trump Considers Reopening Economy, Over Health Experts’ Objections Business, March 23

    The president is questioning whether stay-at-home orders have gone too far. But relaxing them could significantly increase the death toll from the coronavirus, health officials warn.

  89. Call It ‘Coronavirus’ Opinion, March 23

    Disease and prejudice have long gone hand in hand. We can do better in 2020.

  90. In Daily Coronavirus Briefing, Trump Tries to Redefine Himself U.S., March 23

    The briefing has given him a unique perch from which he can talk about the pandemic and try to project leadership after initially minimizing it. But that’s not always what he has done.

  91. Fourteen Days. That’s the Most Time We Have to Defeat Coronavirus. Opinion, March 23

    These decisive measures can prevent a decade of dislocation and extraordinary levels of deaths.

  92. Republicans Add Insult to Illness Opinion, March 23

    Greed, germs and the art of no deal.

  93. As Fox News Played Down the Coronavirus, Its Chief Protected Himself Business, March 23

    The cancellation of an 89th birthday party for Rupert Murdoch highlights a disconnect between his family’s behavior and statements made on air by some Fox commentators.

  94. Les escupen, les gritan, los atacan: los chinoestadounidenses temen por su seguridad en Español, March 23

    Hay quienes los culpan por el coronavirus y el presidente Trump lo llama “virus chino”; muchos estadounidenses de origen asiático dicen que están aterrorizados por lo que les podría pasar.

  95. Trump’s Leadership in the Coronavirus Crisis Opinion, March 23

    Readers criticize the president’s daily briefings, attack on a reporter and refusal to use the Defense Production Act.

  96. Coronavirus Patients in Limbo as Gilead Suspends Emergency Drug Access Health, March 23

    The company says it will switch to a broader approach for its experimental drug, remdesivir. But it was overwhelmed by demand for a potential treatment promoted by President Trump.

  97. Obamacare Turns 10. Here’s a Look at What Works and Doesn’t. Health, March 23

    With the coronavirus, a new Supreme Court case and a blistering election debate, the Affordable Care Act is facing challenges as never before. We looked at how it’s held up to its promise.

  98. Joe Biden Is Trying to Be Heard on the Virus. Can He Break Through? U.S., March 23

    As President Trump holds daily briefings, Mr. Biden has kept a low profile, worrying Democrats who feel the president needs to be challenged more robustly.

  99. We Need a Unified Military Command for Disaster Response Opinion, March 23

    The pandemic is only one of many potential disasters that will require unity of action among the armed services.

  100. Trump Says Coronavirus Cure Cannot ‘Be Worse Than the Problem Itself’ U.S., March 23

    The president, who has watched the economy plunge amid social distancing measures, says restrictions will be reassessed.

  101. What Will Fill a $4 Trillion Hole in the Economy? Business, March 23

    In an echo of 2008, partisan wrangling caused a giant stimulus bill to stumble, even as the market plunged and businesses buckled.

  102. On Politics: Where’s the Relief? U.S., March 23

    Senate wrangling and presidential promises: This is your morning tip sheet.

  103. Spit On, Yelled At, Attacked: Chinese-Americans Fear for Their Safety U.S., March 23

    As bigots blame them for the coronavirus and President Trump labels it the “Chinese virus,” many Chinese-Americans say they are terrified of what could come next.

  104. Spit On, Yelled At, Attacked: Chinese-Americans Fear for Their Safety U.S., March 23

    As bigots blame them for the coronavirus and President Trump labels it the “Chinese virus,” many Chinese-Americans say they are terrified of what could come next.

  105. Coronavirus Live Updates: Global Leaders Beg Public to Stay Home; Fed Vows to Buy as Much Debt as Needed World, March 23

    Spain’s health system is under strain as medical workers fall ill. A $1.8 trillion relief package is stalled in Congress. “We cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself,” President Trump said.

  106. Coronavirus Live Updates: 158 Million Americans Ordered to Stay Home, but Trump Pledges to Keep It Short World, March 23

    The White House warned of an alarming spread in New York City, but the president said “our country wasn’t built to be shut down.”

  107. Biden Addresses a Visibility Question: ‘How Do We Get More of You?’ U.S., March 22

    As President Trump appears at daily briefings, the Democratic front-runner faces the challenge of raising his profile in a presidential race that has moved almost entirely into the digital realm.

  108. How Trump Is Worsening the Virus Now Opinion, March 22

    Medical shortages are his responsibility.

  109. Trump Bets Business Will Answer Call to Fight Virus, but Strategy Bewilders Firms U.S., March 22

    It remains unclear if the effort to enlist companies like General Motors, Apple and Hanes constitutes an effective strategy.

  110. ‘Wartime President’? Trump Rewrites History in an Election Year U.S., March 22

    The president is brazenly grabbing his only clear option to bolster his re-election hopes, portraying himself as a take-charge leader the country can’t afford to lose.

  111. Emergency Economic Rescue Plan in Limbo as Democrats Block Action U.S., March 22

    Democrats voted against moving forward on a plan expected to cost $1.8 trillion or more, seeking stronger protections for workers and stricter rules for bailed-out businesses.

  112. Trump Didn’t Know People Could Die From the Flu. His Grandfather Did. Opinion, March 22

    What Frederick Trump’s death, in 1918, tells us about the costs of mismanaging a pandemic.

  113. Coronavirus Drives the U.S. and China Deeper Into Global Power Struggle U.S., March 22

    Many experts warn that an international health and economic crisis calls for more cooperation, not confrontation, between Washington and Beijing.

  114. Besos, abrazos y estampas contra el coronavirus en Español, March 22

    Los líderes latinoamericanos tienen que estar a la altura de una emergencia de salud como la del COVID-19. Pero: López Obrador ha sido renuente a aceptar las recomendaciones médicas y Bolsonaro ha dicho que el virus ha traído “histeria”.

  115. Trump Writes to Kim Jong-un Offering Help in Virus Fight, North Korea Says World, March 21

    The North, which says it is waging an all-out campaign against the coronavirus, expressed “sincere gratitude” for the president’s letter.

  116. Governments and Companies Race to Make Masks Vital to Virus Fight Business, March 21

    President Trump resists using emergency powers to compel production, saying companies will voluntarily provide much-needed protective gear.

  117. Top U.S. Intelligence Official Taps New Counterterrorism Chief U.S., March 21

    Lora Shiao will be the new acting director for the National Counterterrorism Center amid a broader reshuffling of top intelligences aides and expected personnel cutbacks

  118. Thank God the Doctor Is In Opinion, March 21

    Peeking out our windows, we see America shriveling.

  119. Used to Meeting Challenges With Bluster and Force, Trump Confronts a Crisis Unlike Any Before U.S., March 21

    The ways he dealt with crises in his business, real estate and even his personal life prove jarring as he leads the government’s response to a pandemic.

  120. It’s Time to Protect the 2020 Election, Too Opinion, March 21

    Voting by mail is key to ensuring the integrity and accessibility of November’s vote.

  121. It’s Time to Protect the 2020 Election, Too Opinion, March 21

    Voting by mail is key to ensuring the integrity and accessibility of November’s vote.

  122. Coronavirus Gives Trump a Chance to Make Good on His Promises Opinion, March 21

    His vision of how to wield American power has a lot going for it in a crisis like this one.

  123. As Iran Reels, Trump Aides Clash Over Escalating Military Showdown World, March 21

    Sharp debates among top administration aides reveal divisions in how to confront Iran and its Shiite militia proxies in Iraq.

  124. How the Defense Production Act Could Yield More Masks, Ventilators and Tests U.S., March 20

    President Trump has delegated the authority to invoke extraordinary powers over private industry, but his administration does not seem to be using it yet.

  125. How the Defense Production Act Could Yield More Masks, Ventilators and Tests U.S., March 20

    President Trump has delegated the authority to invoke extraordinary powers over private industry, but his administration does not seem to be using it yet.

  126. It’s Dangerous to Be Ruled by Fear Opinion, March 20

    The reaction to the pandemic should not be allowed to become as dangerous as the disease itself.

  127. Trump Cites Coronavirus as He Announces a Border Crackdown U.S., March 20

    The Trump administration says it will no longer detain most undocumented immigrants at the border, citing the coronavirus as a threat to detention facilities and personnel.

  128. One in Five Americans Ordered to Stay Home In Coronavirus Crackdown U.S., March 20

    Strict new directives, in New York, California, Illinois and other states, were intended to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

  129. Trump’s Embrace of Unproven Drugs to Treat Coronavirus Defies Science Health, March 20

    Doctors and patients also worry that the president’s rosy outlook for the treatments will exacerbate shortages of old malaria drugs relied on by patients with lupus and other debilitating conditions.

  130. Trump’s Embrace of Unproven Drugs to Treat Coronavirus Defies Science Health, March 20

    Doctors and patients also worry that the president’s rosy outlook for the treatments will exacerbate shortages of old malaria drugs relied on by patients with lupus and other debilitating conditions.

  131. How to Avoid Complete Economic Destruction Opinion, March 20

    To limit mass unemployment, the government needs to provide companies with the money they are temporarily unable to earn.

  132. Idled Cruise Line’s Offer: Use Our Ships as Hospitals. Is That a Good Idea? Travel, March 20

    President Trump said Carnival vessels could alleviate pressure on hospitals. But experts say the ships aren’t suitable and question who benefits.

  133. Call Trump’s News Conferences What They Are: Propaganda Opinion, March 20

    Then contrast them with the leadership shown by Andrew Cuomo, Justin Trudeau and Angela Merkel.

  134. Call Trump’s News Conferences What They Are: Propaganda Opinion, March 20

    Then contrast them with the leadership shown by Andrew Cuomo, Justin Trudeau and Angela Merkel.

  135. Relief Offered From Testing and Student Loans as Virus Roils Education U.S., March 20

    The Trump administration suspended mandated standardized testing and offered loan relief to student borrowers, as the coronavirus shut down education.

  136. Stock Market’s Gain Under Trump Vanishes Business, March 20

    With another fall on Friday, the Dow Jones average is now lower than it was when President Trump took office.

  137. The War on Coronavirus Comes to Trump Properties Business, March 20

    Health restrictions have led to cutbacks at hotels and golf courses. But the swimming pool remains open at a Florida resort, and a New York golf course offers “fresh air” without caddies.

  138. Dealing With Shortages as the Coronavirus Cases Surge Opinion, March 20

    Readers urge action to provide more ventilators and offer ideas for expanding the ranks of those caring for patients.

  139. Senators Edge Closer to Bipartisan Agreement on Economic Rescue Plan U.S., March 20

    They fell short of Mitch McConnell’s goal of reaching a deal in principle on a $1 trillion plan on Friday, but vowed to work through the weekend.

  140. Another Virus Victim: The U.S. as a Global Leader in a Time of Crisis World, March 20

    The United States led the world’s response to other epidemics, like Ebola and AIDS. But a more nationalist United States is ceding leadership on this virus to China.

  141. Trump Resists Pressure to Use Wartime Law to Mobilize Industry in Virus Response U.S., March 20

    The president insisted he has used the Defense Production Act, but said at a briefing that “we are literally being besieged” by companies “that want to do the work and help our country.”

  142. Burr Seeks Ethics Investigation After Uproar Over Stock Sales U.S., March 20

    The North Carolina Republican is seeking to clear himself following the disclosure that he sold at least hundreds of thousands of dollars in shares before the market tumbled.

  143. Burr Seeks Ethics Investigation After Uproar Over Stock Sales U.S., March 20

    The North Carolina Republican is seeking to clear himself following the disclosure that he sold at least hundreds of thousands of dollars in shares before the market tumbled.

  144. ‘I’m So Sorry I Worked for This Guy’: Ex-Staffers React to Bloomberg Reversal on Field Organizers U.S., March 20

    The former New York mayor, announcing he would donate $18 million to the Democratic National Committee, abandoned a plan to employ his campaign organizers through November.

  145. They. Sold. Their. Stock. Opinion, March 20

    They could have made a difference, but they made a profit.

  146. On Politics: What Does This All Mean for November? U.S., March 20

    Crisis management, with more than a touch of political maneuvering: This is your morning tip sheet.

  147. This Is the Stimulus We Need Right Now. It’s Not $1,000 for Every American. Opinion, March 20

    The administration and Congress must act — but wisely. The place to start is the overwhelmed health care system.

  148. These Conservatives Knew Trump Would Be a Disaster in a Crisis Opinion, March 20

    NeverTrumpers could see that his personal pathologies would lead to his disastrous management in a crisis.

  149. How the Promise of American Jobs Became Entangled in a Faraway War The Weekly, March 20

    Arms sales to Middle Eastern allies that were meant to shore up American jobs are supplying the bombs that have killed thousands of civilians in Yemen. How responsible is the U.S. government?

  150. ¿Necesitas hacerte la prueba del coronavirus? Ser rico y famoso puede ayudar en Español, March 19

    La escasez de pruebas en Estados Unidos ha dejado sin respuesta a personas que presentan síntomas y a trabajadores de la salud. En cambio, cada vez más celebridades se hacen la prueba.