32 Days on a Ventilator: One Covid Patient’s Fight to Breathe Again

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HINGHAM, Mass. — “Is he going to make it?” Kim Bello asked, clutching her phone, alone in her yard.She had slipped outside so her three children,...

Safe Dining? Hard to Imagine, but Many Restaurants Are Trying

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ATLANTA — This week, a restaurant here intends to sell what will likely be America’s first dry-aged porterhouse steak served by a waiter at a white-tablecloth...

Trump Turns Shared American Experiences Into Us vs. Them

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Source link WASHINGTON — Last weekend, an anniversary of the kind that would have once united the country in reflection — the bombing of the Alfred...

Closed Hospitals Leave Rural Patients ‘Stranded’ as Coronavirus Spreads

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www.nytimes.com Michael Nuzum had spent weeks fighting coronavirus-like symptoms — a wracking cough, terrible chills, an exhausting fever — before collapsing at his home in rural...

Where Americans Live Far From the Emergency Room

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www.nytimes.com As the coronavirus outbreak spreads into rural parts of the United States, more people who live far...

Coronavirus Live World News Tracker

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www.nytimes.com China says Wuhan has no more hospitalized coronavirus patients.Wuhan, the original epicenter of the pandemic in China, now has no coronavirus patients in its hospitals,...

Chicago Bans Horse-Drawn Carriages Starting in 2021

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www.nytimes.com The steady sounds of clip-clopping hooves pulling creaking carriages will be absent from the streets in Chicago starting next year after the City Council on...

Richard Hake, Longtime WNYC Radio Reporter and Host, Dies at 51

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www.nytimes.com Richard Hake, a WNYC news host, reporter and producer for the past 28 years, died on Friday at his home in Manhattan. He was 51.Goli...