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Coronavirus Live Updates: As Toll Mounts, Lawmakers Look to Next Phase of Response
A 1,000-bed Navy hospital ship, the Comfort, docked in Manhattan. Warnings against travel and gatherings were extended through April. In Washington, talk turned to expanding paid sick leave.
Live Stock Market Tracker and Updates During Coronavirus Pandemic
A Nihon Kohden Nkv-550 ventilator system. The shortage of the devices has become a large point of concern for governments and corporations.
Hospital Ship Arrives in N.Y. to Help in Coronavirus Fight: Live Updates
The U.S.N.S. Comfort arriving in New York on Monday.
Coronavirus Sweeps Through Detroit, a City That Has Seen Crisis Before
Rosa Parks Transit center in downtown Detroit on Sunday.
For Autocrats, Coronavirus Is a Chance to Grab Even More Power
Soldiers and police officers at a checkpoint in Santiago, Chile, last week.
Free Access to Coronavirus Coverage
The Times is providing free access to our most important updates and guidance on the global coronavirus crisis.

Nurses Die, Doctors Fall Sick and Panic Rises on Virus Front Lines
Nurses at Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx gathered early Saturday to protest a shortage of protective equipment, including N95 masks.
They Can’t Afford to Quarantine. So They Brave the Subway.
Subway ridership has plunged since the pandemic swept across New York. But ridership has fallen less in poorer neighborhoods. 
As Coronavirus Spreads Behind Bars, Should Inmates Get Out?
Some jails are releasing people as the virus gains a foothold inside, but critics say it is not happening quickly enough to save lives and resources.
Inside G.M.’s Race to Build Ventilators, Before Trump’s Attack
Joe Cipollone, vice president for engineering at Ventec, explained the company’s VOCSN ventilator on Friday to G.M. employees.
These Days, Even a Michelin Star Chef Has to Sell Takeout
The Mexicue chain, which relied on dine-in customers for 80 percent of its business, is now surviving on deliveries.

Live Coverage: The Human Stories of the Coronavirus Pandemic
The Backstreet Boys were one of the acts on iHeartRadio’s Living Room Concert for America on Sunday.
Families Scramble to Find Baby Formula, Diapers and Wipes
Panic buying has left stores and diaper banks empty of baby essentials as shutdowns and quarantines expand across the country.

Trump Won the Internet. Democrats Are Scrambling to Take It Back.
A Biden rally in Cleveland was canceled this month over coronavirus concerns.
Facebook, Google and Twitter Struggle to Handle November’s Election
After spending billions to avoid a repeat of 2016, the tech giants are careening from crisis to crisis as their foes change tactics.
How Asian-American Leaders Are Grappling With Xenophobia Amid Coronavirus
As Asian-Americans face racist attacks and President Trump has tied the virus to China, community and political leaders have tried to comfort constituents. But even they admit to feeling unnerved.
Egypt’s Female Lion Tamers Show the Men How to Do It
Luba el-Helw is one of six female lion tamers currently working in Egypt.
Coronavirus, New York, China: Your Monday Briefing
Here's what you need to know.
Coronavirus in N.Y.C.: The Latest
"Thousands of people will pass away," the governor warned as the number of deaths statewide verged on 1,000.
Back From the Brink
Facilities for older adults are especially vulnerable to infection. At St. Joseph’s Senior Home in Woodbridge, N.J., at least 24 residents tested positive for the virus.
A Pod From Both Our Houses
Diana Ross, center, as Dorothy, Michael Jackson, right, as Scarecrow, and Nipsey Russell as Tinman performing during filming of the musical “The Wiz” in New York in 1977.
Modern Love Podcast: Uzo Aduba Reads ‘How Bibliophiles Flirt’
The “Mrs. America” and “Orange is the New Black” actress reads an essay about a book lover’s embarrassing secret.
Coronavirus in California: Is 'Shelter at Home' Working?
Two pairs of hikers mingled from afar at Vista View Point in Griffith Park on March 20. Local officials have since closed trails in an effort to get people to maintain their distance.
Jobs Aren’t Being Destroyed This Fast Elsewhere. Why Is That?
Instead of safeguarding employment, America is relying on beefed-up unemployment benefits to help workers during the coronavirus crisis.
Relationships Under Coronavirus Quarantine: ‘It’s Starting to Feel Like A Pressure Cooker in This House’
To reduce the stress of confinement, Joshua Bright, a photographer, climbs the walls of the one-bedroom apartment in New York he shares with his wife, Ali, and their 10-year-old son, Harper.
Trump Is Hurting His Own Re-election Chances
President Trump walking into the briefing room to take part in a coronavirus update at the White House last Monday.
Americans Are Already Too Diseased to Go Back to Work Right Now
The huge burden of obesity and other chronic conditions among people in the U.S. puts most of us at direct risk.
Doctors Must Ration Ventilators as Coronavirus Rages. The Decisions Are Painful.
A nurse at a testing site in Seattle.
Convert New York's Hotels for Coronavirus Quarantine
A makeshift field hospital is being set up in the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York. Why not also convert the city’s hotels into quarantine centers?
How America Can ‘Reopen’ After the Coronavirus
If summer is to bring any sense of normalcy, the country’s leaders must act quickly.
The Politics of the Coronavirus Pandemic
President Trump watching the U.S.N.S. Comfort depart for New York City from Norfolk, Va., on Saturday.
Workers Facing the Coronavirus: 'We’re Up Here Risking Our Life for Chicken'
A bus driver in Detroit, Mich., wearing protective gear to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The Pandemic Book Club
How to get through this cataclysm even halfway calm: Enter a slower world.
The Power of Passover During a Plague
A passover seder in Germany, circa 1945. Jews observed Passover throughout dire circumstances in history. During the Holocaust, they observed in ghettos, concentration camps and forests.
Celebrity Culture Is Burning
The pandemic has disrupted relations among the masses, the elites and the celebrities who liaise between them.
They Survived the Spanish Flu, the Depression and the Holocaust
Polio was an ever-present threat for decades. Here, a victim assisted by an Emerson Respirator, better known as an iron lung.
Are Bike Lanes Really Safe?
I’ve had two recent cycling accidents in which I had the right of way but inattentive drivers cut me off.
Summer Olympics in Tokyo to Start on July 23, 2021
Officials have pushed the Summer Games to 2021 because of the coronavirus threat.
North Korea Says Pompeo Made It Lose All Interest in Dialogue With U.S.
Accusing the secretary of state of slander, the North says he is going against President Trump’s will.
White House Airlifts Medical Supplies From China in Coronavirus Fight
Manufacturing masks at a factory in Shanghai. The overwhelming demand for medical supplies has set off a race for much-needed goods from China.
Joe Diffie, Grammy-Winning Country Music Star, Dies at 61
He was known for his ballads and honky-tonk singles, like “Home” and “Pickup Man.” On Friday, he announced that he had tested positive for the coronavirus.
‘Group of Maine Vigilantes’ Try to Forcibly Quarantine Out-of-Towners, Officials Say
Main Street in Vinalhaven, Maine, in January 2019. The island town is a summer vacation spot whose winter population is 1,200.
Can Japan’s Economy Get Any Worse? It May Soon Find Out
A train station in Osaka, Japan, last week. The country has not yet instituted a lockdown because of the coronavirus outbreak.
They Were Meant to Be the Season’s Big Books. Then the Virus Struck.
Outside the Strand bookstore in New York City earlier this month. Like many stores, it has closed for the time being in the face of the coronavirus crisis.
President Trump’s Prime-Time Coronavirus Pandemic
The daily coronavirus briefings have given President Trump something he hasn’t had since “The Apprentice”: a regular TV show in which he plays an executive in control.
Krzysztof Penderecki, Polish Composer With Cinematic Flair, Dies at 86
Krzysztof Penderecki conducting the Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale at Carnegie Hall in 2010. In addition to his work as a composer, he had a lucrative career as conductor of the Krakow Symphony and as a guest conductor abroad.
How to Stay Sane When the World Seems Crazy
Stop and take a breath. The world will keep spinning.
Don’t Need That $1,200 Stimulus Check? Here Are Places to Donate It.
The federal government approved a $2 trillion stimulus package, which includes direct payments to millions of Americans to help get through the coronavirus outbreak. If you don’t need the money, here are some ideas to help you give it to someone in need.
In Negotiations, Givers Are Smarter Than Takers
Generosity is a sign of intelligence, and givers are the rising tide that lifts all boats.
What Should You Do About Your Babysitter During Coronavirus?
Parents with regular caregivers are facing tough decisions as coronavirus forces people to isolate.
America Stress-Bought All the Baby Chickens
In times of anxiety, we hoard the sources of eggs.
How My Dad Became the Traveler I Once Was
We are in a loop in which parent becomes child and child becomes parent over and over, like the sun and the moon in revolutions and stages, rising and setting in each other’s light.
Figuring Out Home Schooling in the Age of Coronavirus
Two journalists, with five children between them, discuss what life is like with schools closed and kids at home.
Future Players Take a Big Hit as M.L.B. Navigates a Crisis
Daniel Espino, right, was the Cleveland Indians’ first-round pick in the 2019 draft. This year’s draft will most likely have fewer rounds and less money handed out.
‘Uncorked’ Review: A Fresh Take on the Father-Son Drama
From left, Mamoudou Athie and Courtney B. Vance in “Uncorked.”
Blood Plasma From Survivors Will Be Given to Coronavirus Patients
Zheng Yongheng, a recovered coronavirus patient, donated plasma at a mobile hospital in Wuhan earlier this month.
If Your Kid Keeps Asking ‘Why,’ Give Them an Answer
Your kid’s constant questions might be annoying but they offer a unique chance to shape their developing brains
Uranus Ejected a Giant Plasma Bubble During Voyager 2’s Visit
An image by the Voyager 2 spacecraft taken in 1986.
Who Knew Grocery Shopping Could Be So Stressful?
Pushing a shopping cart, braving crowded aisles and even unpacking bags feel perilous. Here’s our guide to shopping during the coronavirus crisis.
Now Playing Nightly on Instagram: Sketch Comedy’s Newest Star
Stalter as Cameile Orgasm, “the richest person in Beverly Hills.”
Liberty University Brings Back Its Students, and Coronavirus Fears, Too
Of the 1,900 students who initially returned last week to Liberty’s campus, more than 800 had left, said Jerry Falwell Jr., the university president.
Germany Has Relatively Few Deaths From Coronavirus. Why?
Soldiers of the German army at a coronavirus testing site in Sankt Wendel, Germany, on Thursday.
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The Crossword, Vertex and More
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Try Spelling Bee
Puzzle throughout the day to see how many words you can find.

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