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By Associated Press
On Sunday, Andrew Cuomo announced that New York is banding together with six nearby states to purchase equipment and supplies that have been hard to come by during the pandemic.
Millions of people were allowed to return to work in Italy Monday as Europe's longest lockdown started to ease.
By Mori Rothman
Deirdre Barrett is a Harvard University professor and an expert on dreaming who has studied the science of dreams for three decades. And with societal anxieties heightened by the global pandemic, she is now collecting accounts of COVID-19 dreams with…
By Jo Napolitano, The Hechinger Report
Many teachers say they are struggling to connect with English-language learners at home, but are using high- and low-tech methods in an attempt to overcome the digital divide and other challenges.
By Candice Norwood
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott held a news conference to give an update on the state’s plans to ease stay-at-home restrictions and reopen some businesses.
By PBS NewsHour
America, Interrupted is an original podcast from the PBS NewsHour about how our lives have been turned upside down and how we’re making sense of it.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis gave an update on the novel coronavirus pandemic as the state considers easing its stay-at-home order.
The International Monetary Fund’s Managing Director, Kristalina Georgieva, talks about the novel coronavirus pandemic.
High schoolers have turned to virtual proms to salvage at least one slice of fun and tradition for the Class of 2020.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said the “self-swab” tests would allow for more and easier testing and make it safer for test-seekers and health care workers alike.
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