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COVID-19
Strategy 2020-04-26T17:19:00Z

I FaceTime my co-workers during lunch and after work hours to stay connected while working from home amid the coronavirus pandemic, and it reminds me how much I love my job

FaceTiming my co-workers during the times of the day when we would normally hang out in the office makes me feel connected while working remotely.
Strategy 2020-04-26T17:19:00Z

A mom wrote a picture book to help her 3 kids make it through the quarantine. Here's her advice for talking to children about the coronavirus without scaring them.

The book uses abstract shapes like lines and squares to illustrate what the pandemic is, without ever explicitly referring to it.
Politics 2020-04-26T15:34:42Z

Dr. Fauci says testing needs to be doubled before the US reopens the economy, as over a dozen states set to roll back coronavirus restrictions

Dr. Fauci said that the US is conducting 1.5 to 2 million tests per week and that it should probably "get up to twice that."
Retail 2020-04-26T14:34:57Z

Thousands of UK retail workers are being furloughed as the coronavirus pandemic rages on. Here's who has been impacted.

Numerous household names in British retail are furloughing staff amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Politics Contributors 2020-04-26T14:28:00Z

Moms are being left to fend for themselves in New York maternity wards, despite an order from Andrew Cuomo

Many couples in New York are having frustrating experiences with changing and inconsistent maternity policies due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Opinion 2020-04-26T14:11:00Z

We need to make sure the coronavirus pandemic doesn't make the gender pay gap worse

The coronavirus pandemic could deepen the gender wage gap and have a disproportionate impact on women's employment. We can't let that happen.
Transportation 2020-04-26T12:59:00Z

Inside a remote Arizona aircraft boneyard storing nearly 300 planes grounded by the pandemic

It's not retirement or vacation for these jets and one of the biggest difficulties is preventing wildlife from using the aircraft as their new homes.
Transportation 2020-04-26T12:38:00Z

5 reasons why you should buy a plane ticket to travel this year — and 7 reasons why you shouldn't

Bargain basement flight deals and Sub-$300 fares to Europe for late 2020 are appealing but it may just be too soon to travel.
Tech 2020-04-26T12:26:00Z

MIT students painstakingly recreated their iconic campus in 'Minecraft' — take a look

Most US colleges have moved to remote learning for the rest of the semester, and now even the return to campus in the fall is in question.
BI Prime BI Prime 2020-04-25T23:45:08Z

Hotel conglomerate owned by a Trump mega-donor that scooped up the most coronavirus bailout loans says it has no plans to return the money

Trump campaign donor who secured the single largest payout from the Paycheck Protection Program, Monty Bennett, said he doesn't plan to return money.
Healthcare 2020-04-25T17:45:06Z

How studies on everything from monkeys and ferrets to mice, cats, and dogs are helping researchers in the fight against the coronavirus crisis

Across the world, scientists are looking for ways to study all sorts of animals and explore how the virus interacts with different species.
Tech 2020-04-25T16:14:00Z

Here's exactly how well 20 materials for homemade masks — from folded bandanas to blue shop towels — can filter tiny, potentially-dangerous particles, according to an N95 testing company

A company that tests N95 masks has tested 20 common materials that people use to make homemade masks. Here's the results, ranked.

From growers in Peru to dealers in Paris, the coronavirus has upended the global drug trade

Growers can't sell their crops, smugglers can smuggle their drugs, and some dealers are just trying to keep their customers healthy.
Politics 2020-04-25T14:58:49Z

Trump aides pushed mass distribution of the unproven drug hydroxychloroquine to millions of patients, report suggests

Hydroxychloroquine, repeatedly touted by President Trump as a potential cure, one drug trial in Brazil had to be abandoned after patients died.
News 2020-04-25T14:49:22Z

The WHO is discouraging governments from issuing 'immunity passports,' warning there's 'no evidence' that recovered coronavirus patients can't be infected again

"The use of such certificates may therefore increase the risks of continued transmission," the WHO said.
Retail 2020-04-25T14:38:00Z

Appointment-only stores, hand sanitizing stations, and robots stocking shelves: Here's how our shopping experience could change in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic

"We are working on how we come out of this, what we are going to look like, and how are we going to make it so our customers feel comfortable."

Trump's immigration crackdown is creating new coronavirus hotspots

COVID-19 has effectively shown what the administration's vision for the US border would look like if it were given free rein.
Transportation 2020-04-25T14:15:00Z

'The supervisor coughed in a coworker's direction as a joke': As coronavirus cases at the US Postal Service surpass 1,200, employees say a lack of supplies and care is putting them at risk

"A coworker stated that a supervisor coughed in his direction less than a few feet away as a joke," one USPS employee told Business Insider.
Tech 2020-04-25T13:22:18Z

Apple is locked in a power battle with the UK, France, and Germany about how COVID-19 should be tracked

This is what it looks like when tech giants are as powerful as states.
Tech 2020-04-25T13:18:00Z

Silicon Valley's favorite sleep tracker is being used to help detect COVID-19 symptoms early and tackle big questions about the coronavirus' aftermath

Researchers are working with Oura to see if its smart rings can detect COVID-19 symptoms early. So far, tens of thousands of people have signed up.
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