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April 6, 2020
April 6, 2020
Democracy Dies in Darkness
Millions of Americans have flooded the agencies at a record rate — only to discover that their local governments are unprepared for the unprecedented strain.
Cory Deburghgraeve is an anesthesiologist at UIC Hospital in Chicago. (Kyle Monk for The Post)
Voices From The Pandemic
Federal government is urged to release race, ethnicity data on covid-19 cases
Stock markets surge even as covid-19 cases near peak in parts of U.S.
A Michigan congresswoman, a guy in line in China and a global scramble to find N95 masks
Boris Johnson remains ‘under observation’ in a London hospital; aides say he continues to lead government
Hey, America: Fox News wants to unite you
Make Trump look bad? You’ll get fired.
Inspector general shows Trump administration is doing a terrible job
The coronavirus could be wreaking havoc on the world’s last Stalinist state
Trump is pushing his anti-environment agenda amid a pandemic. It’s inexcusable.
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Acting Navy secretary says ousted captain either leaked concerns to media, or was ‘too naive or too stupid to command a ship’
Navy Capt. Brett Crozier was relieved from command after sounding an alarm about the speed at which the Navy was dealing with coronavirus on an aircraft carrier.
Great Barrier Reef suffers its most widespread mass bleaching event on record
Severe bleaching, which damages and can kill corals, imperils the 1,400-mile-long World Heritage site.
U.S. labels a white-supremacist group ‘terrorist’ for the first time
Officials say the designation of the Russian Imperial Movement signals a growing concern about transnational white-supremacist groups and their potential for violence.
‘Goldfinger’ actress dies at 94
She first found fame as a leather-clad, judo-chopping spy on the TV show “The Avengers.”
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Retailers furloughed nearly 1 million workers this week. But the industry’s troubles are just beginning.
Analysts say at least 15,000 stores, including some well-known brands, are likely to close permanently.
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