13 August 2020

A circus with no applause: how coronavirus changed the world – in pictures

From empty plazas to people singing opera on their balconies, this year’s Cortona On The Move international festival aims to provide a photographic archive of the […]
13 August 2020

A New Normal: travel and the environment after Covid-19 – video

In this week’s episode of A New Normal, Iman speaks to people who are taking a summer break closer to home due to Covid-19
13 August 2020

New Zealand crashes back into Covid-19 reality after first cases in 102 days – in pictures

Coronavirus restrictions have been reintroduced across New Zealand after four new Covid-19 cases were diagnosed in Auckland
13 August 2020

How Britain’s deepest recession is becoming a jobs crisis

Economics writer Aditya Chakrabortty describes how the coronavirus crisis has sent Britain plunging into a record recession and what it means for the millions of people […]
12 August 2020

REI Built an Iconic HQ. Because of Covid-19, the Outdoor Retailer Wants to Sell It

Recreational Equipment Inc. is looking to sell its custom-made new headquarters and allow employees to work from home or other offices, the latest sign that the […]
12 August 2020

JFK Airport Tests Thermal Imaging to Screen for Signs of Covid-19

John F. Kennedy International Airport’s busiest terminal is screening passengers departing from New York City on a voluntary basis for signs of Covid-19.
12 August 2020

Your company might ask you to delete TikTok from phone

Companies and organizations are slowly proceeding to instruct employees to delete the TikTok app from their phones. Recently Amazon directed its employees to uninstall TikTok app […]
12 August 2020

New York City Finds Coronavirus Case Rise in Brooklyn Neighborhood

City officials are pledging Covid-19 tests for as many residents of Sunset Park as possible after finding a significant increase in cases in the Brooklyn neighborhood.
12 August 2020

Coronavirus Negotiators Remain ‘Miles Apart,’ Pelosi Says

A dayslong standoff between Democrats and Republicans over another coronavirus-relief bill showed no signs of abating Wednesday, as negotiations threatened to stall until next month, when […]