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Stranded Abroad, Americans Ask: Why Weren’t We Warned Sooner?

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NEW DELHI — Ana Pautler, a trekker from San Francisco, was partway up a Himalayan mountain trail in Nepal when she noticed something peculiar: people were turning around. As fears of the coronavirus spread around the world, German hikers told Ms. Pautler on March 17 that their embassy had advised......
Technology

How Tech’s Lobbyists Are Using the Pandemic to Make Gains

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WASHINGTON — Last month, lobbying groups representing advertising giants like Google and Facebook asked California’s attorney general to wait to enforce the state’s new online privacy rules given the coronavirus ripping around the world. In Washington, lobbyists representing cloud computing giants like Amazon pushed for more money to help federal......
New York Times - World

Dozens Missing After Ferry in Solomon Islands Defies Cyclone Warning

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New York Times – For more and to sign up click here SYDNEY, Australia — Dozens of people are missing and feared dead in the Solomon Islands after being washed from a ferry making a dangerous journey through heaving seas caused by Cyclone Harold. Maritime authorities reported that at least......
New York Times - Sports

For This N.B.A. Rookie, Reality TV Is an Escape That Feels Like Home

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Scott Cacciola Long before he began feeding his obsession and even found himself sitting next to its hosts, Rui Hachimura didn’t understand all the fuss about the Japanese reality television show “Terrace House.” His high school teammates in Japan had tried hard to get him on board. “I was the......
New York Times - Sports

To Safeguard Its Future, Tennis Seeks Unity. Even With the French Open

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Christopher Clarey With tennis shut down amid the coronavirus pandemic, the game is still playing for its future as Roger Federer practices trick shots in the snow against a wall at home in Switzerland. Wimbledon’s cancellation, its first in 75 years, made it clear when it was announced on Wednesday......
New York Times - Politics

Trump Sees Hope for Boosting Global Oil Prices and Helping U.S. Firms

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Mr. Trump made clear his anxiety on Wednesday during a news briefing at the White House. After saying the 17-year low in oil prices was “incredible, in a lot of ways,” he went on to express alarm about the fate of U.S. energy companies, including shale oil producers facing disaster.......
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From Afar, Congress Moves to Oversee Trump Coronavirus Response

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Congress worked with remarkable speed and bipartisanship to pass the stimulus package, as the Senate remained in session — even as some of its members fell ill — and more than 200 House members returned to Washington to vote. But leaders of both parties concede that the road ahead will......
New York Times - World

The Best Movies and TV Shows New to Netflix, Amazon and Stan in Australia in April

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New York Times – For more and to sign up click here Every month, streaming services in Australia add a new batch of movies and TV shows to its library. Here are our picks for April. APRIL 1 ‘Community’ Seasons 1-6 “Community” debuted in 2009 as a well-written, well-acted, fairly......
New York Times - Politics

Trump Administration Scales Back Paid Leave in Coronavirus Relief Law

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WASHINGTON — The Trump administration has substantially scaled back paid leave requirements for employers that were created by a new coronavirus relief law, effectively exempting many small businesses in a move that infuriated lawmakers who had fought to expand the benefit. In guidance issued on Wednesday, the Labor Department said......
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U.N. Security Council ‘Missing In Action’ in Coronavirus Fight

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New York Times – For more and to sign up click here “We’re in a situation widely recognized as our most urgent security issue, with a large portion of the global population on lockdown, and the Security Council is incapable of doing anything,” he said. The most immediate and important......
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Navy Removes Captain of Aircraft Carrier Stricken by Coronavirus

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WASHINGTON — The Navy removed the captain of the stricken aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt on Thursday, only days after he implored his superior officers for more help as a coronavirus outbreak spread aboard the ship. In a letter that leaked to news organizations on Tuesday, Capt. Brett E. Crozier laid......
New York Times - World

The World’s Great Photographers, Now Insiders, Are Posting Quarantine Pics

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New York Times – For more and to sign up click here Here’s the good news: You now have a sharper camera in your pocket than professional photographers could dream of 30 years ago. Here’s the bad news: You can only shoot from your apartment. With museums and galleries largely......

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