A memo from Peter Navarro said failure to contain a coronavirus outbreak could lead to hundreds of thousands of deaths and trillions of dollars in economic losses. It is the most direct warning k...
The Trump administration’s new method for distributing medical supplies has led to charges of confiscation.
Jimmy tries to make a quick $100,000 running an errand. Complications ensue. Also, Kim is “in.”
The astronaut Anne McClain had faced accusations that she had improperly accessed a bank account from the International Space Station. But prosecutors said her accuser lied about some details.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned that glimmers of hope could continue only if New Yorkers maintain discipline and suppress an impulse to gather.
Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean and her 8-year-old son drifted into the bay after paddling out in a canoe to retrieve a ball. Her body was recovered on Monday evening.
Hissène Habré, the former president of Chad who was convicted of crimes against humanity, was freed from his prison cell for 60 days for humanitarian reasons.
Here are all of the recipes you need for your Passover feast.
Matthew Belloni’s departure takes the staff by surprise. He clashed with his bosses, who run a prominent film and TV studio, over coverage of the entertainment industry.
Trent Evans wanders around and offers us some good advice.
Here’s what to cook when you’ve had your fill of chocolate bunnies.
While Dr. Anthony Fauci has urged caution in using hydroxychloroquine, some doctors are prescribing it to patients who have the virus despite the fact it has never been tested for it.
Foreign players in the Korean Baseball Organization who went home during the peak of South Korea’s outbreak are self-isolating as the league aims to resume exhibitions later this month.
The cardinal was the highest-ranking Roman Catholic leader ever found guilty of sexually abusing children.
A product of New York City and an Oregon ranch, he played the title character, a ranch foreman who is never named, for its entire nine-season run.
Public officials and sports leaders, worried events could wipe out gains made in the pandemic, are examining shortened seasons or not having them at all.
It might be soon; it might be a month away. There’s reason to hope, and reason to be wary.
Corrections that appeared in print on Tuesday, April 7, 2020.
In a profanity-laced reprimand, the acting Navy secretary criticized sailors aboard the Theodore Roosevelt for cheering their fired captain, who had requested more assistance to fight the infecti...
For nearly a decade, Russia and Qatar have been suspected of buying votes to win hosting rights for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups. On Monday, for the first time, the Department of Justice put thin...
The state stands as a first test case in what could potentially be the biggest voting rights clash since the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
The 5-to-4 ruling was the court’s first in a dispute arising from the coronavirus pandemic, and suggested it may struggle to maintain an image of nonpartisanship as election disputes arise this...
For autocrats everywhere, the crisis is a chance to restrict rights.
Allstate and American Family Insurance are pushing savings to customers automatically. Many others have not. We asked.
Experts say a “mealy-mouthed” United Nations report failed to blame Russia for bombing hospitals and a school, for fear of alienating Moscow.
In a stirring, ragged ritual, the students took their oaths as new doctors early, volunteering in the war against Covid-19.
El gobierno nicaragüense ha promovido eventos públicos masivos, a pesar del coronavirus. Pero el propio presidente ha estado visiblemente ausente durante 25 días.
Quotation of the Day for Tuesday, April 7, 2020.
The state’s Supreme Court ruled against the governor’s last-minute effort to delay the election.
An Oregon chocolatier has created the Covid Bunny, a solid chocolate Easter treat dressed for these quarantine times.
A Dozen Cousins makes single-serve packs of spiced beans, in three varieties, that just require heat to serve.
A cocktail from Feast in the East Village features a springtime gin. If you can’t make it to the restaurant, you can mix it at home.
D’Artagnan will throw in some olive oil from a French movie star if you buy in threes.
If Mr. Sanders suffers another big loss there on Tuesday, it is certain to intensify the growing calls for him to exit the Democratic presidential race.
A skin-contact vinegar made in the Friuli region of Italy is a worthy addition to your cupboard.
A new site is a one-stop shop for T-shirts, books and other items from more than a dozen New York restaurants.
Boris Johnson is moved to intensive care, as the death toll in the United States tops 10,000.
In a profanity-laced reprimand, the acting Navy secretary, Thomas B. Modly, criticized the fired captain of the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt and rebuked sailors for cheering for him as he ...
This week our critic recommends catching the end of the acclaimed Pop TV comedy, as well as the surreal season premiere of “The Good Fight” and more.
The Manhattan church, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, will be able to care for at least 200 patients during the coronavirus outbreak.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Meet a few of the millions of people in New York — a day laborer, production assistant and catering business owner — who have seen their freelance and events-based work dry up.
A group of high-profile musicians and estates had sued the Universal Music Group over a fire that destroyed thousands of archived recordings.
The home rental company raised new funding as its business has been roiled by the coronavirus.
He was a member of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra for three decades, and also led an ensemble of young players in Westchester County.
Nevertheless, a C.D.C. analysis of 2,572 cases found three deaths. Babies seem more vulnerable, but the data was incomplete.
The falling price of the utility’s shares, which are part of the settlement, has jeopardized the company’s plan to emerge from bankruptcy by June 30.
Our government suffers from learned helplessness.
An excerpt from “Afterlife,” by Julia Alvarez
Here’s how to record abuse without being discovered, safeguard your devices, and, ultimately, protect yourself.