SOCCER BATTLE LOOMING OVER NATIONAL TEAM GAMES

Soccer has so far shown a largely united front in confronting the challenges of the coronavirus. Things may be about to get ugly.

STICKER SHOCK IN THE PHARMACY

For chronically ill patients, decisions about whether to pay or go without medications are life-or-death battles that must be fought...

 
 
 

SINCE 2015: 48 BLACK WOMEN KILLED BY THE POLICE. AND ONLY 1 CHARGE

For many, the grand jury announcement in Breonna Taylor's case was more of the same, underscoring the need for systemic change.

AS DONATIONS SHIFT IN THE PANDEMIC, NEW DATABASES AIM TO HELP

Donors are giving money in different ways this year, and two new projects are helping them identify the nonprofit groups that can best...

 
 
 

MEET CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY'S NEW CHANCELLOR

Friday: Joseph Castro will be the first Californian and the first Mexican-American to lead the nation's biggest four-year public university...

MICHAEL JORDAN'S BIG PLAY IN NASCAR COULD HELP DIVERSIFY ITS FAN BASE

A self-described fan of the sport, Jordan will form a team with Bubba Wallace as the driver, possibly helping to draw African-American...

 
 
 

THERE'S A COVID-19 CASE IN THE OFFICE. WHO SHOULD THE COMPANY TELL?

RUTH BADER GINSBURG LIVE UPDATES: JUSTICE TO LIE IN STATE AT THE CAPITOL

Justice Ginsburg will be honored in a ceremony Friday morning and will lie in state in Statuary Hall, the first woman to be given that...

 
 
 

SUPREME COURT PICK AND FIRST DEBATE LOOM IN DAYS AHEAD

A hugely consequential stretch of the presidential race is about to begin. In Arizona, Democratic candidates are polling strongly....

JAMAL MURRAY GETS THE ACCLAIM, BUT THE LAKERS CLOSE IN ON THE SERIES

“Jamal had it going,” LeBron James said. “The kid is special.”

 
 
 

LOSING YOUR HAIR CAN BE ANOTHER CONSEQUENCE OF THE PANDEMIC

Doctors are seeing a huge increase in patients who have been shedding abnormal amounts of hair, and they believe it is related to stress...

4 WOUNDED IN PARIS KNIFE ATTACK NEAR CHARLIE HEBDO'S FORMER OFFICE

Jean Castex, the prime minister, said two people were in critical condition. The attack came as a trial is underway over the January...

 
 
 

COVID CASES IN THE OFFICE: WHO SHOULD BE TOLD?

As workers return to the workplace, some will inevitably test positive. There's a debate about who should be notified.

MARKETS DECLINE AS PANDEMIC'S GRIP TIGHTENS: LIVE BUSINESS BRIEFING

 
 
 

OVERLOOKED NO MORE: MABEL PING-HUA LEE, SUFFRAGIST WITH A DISTINCTION

Lee stood out as a Chinese immigrant, giving speeches, writing articles and helping to lead a 10,000-strong march through the streets...

MAKING ART WHEN ‘LOCKDOWN' MEANS PRISON

The harshness of life behind bars is designed to crush inmates' individuality. But a stirring exhibition at MoMA PS1 shows the prison-industrial...

 
 
 

SOME IN OREGON WILDFIRES' PATH NEVER GOT EVACUATION ALERTS

Technological advancements have helped people get information about when to leave and where to go. But some never got the alerts and...

THE OTHER SUPREME COURT FIGHT

And what else you need to know today.

 
 
 

HOW YURTS AND HEAT LAMPS WILL SAVE NEW YORK'S RESTAURANTS

Outdoor dining has been a magical distraction from pandemic gloom. But the city has done little to ensure that it will survive in colder...

A BATTLE OVER THE BATTLE FOR THE SUPREME COURT

Jamelle Bouie joins the podcast for a debate on reforming the highest court in the land.

 
 
 



Judge says 2020 census must continue for another month

Judge says 2020 census must continue for another month

Attorneys for the civil rights groups and local governments said the shortened schedule would undercount residents in minority and hard-to-count communities. Read more ...

At least 3 injured in Paris knife attack near former offices of Charlie...

At least 3 injured in Paris knife attack near former offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine - reports

At least three people have been injured in a knife attack near the former offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, local media reports, citing police... Read more ...

Dianne Feinstein's husband named in university admissions scandal

Dianne Feinstein's husband named in university admissions scandal

U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein's husband, University of California Regent Richard Blum, has been named by the state auditor's office as one of the people involved in an admissions... Read more ...

AP Sources: Pac-12 football to kick off in fall

AP Sources: Pac-12 football to kick off in fall

The Pac-12 has decided to play football this fall, reversing an earlier decision to postpone the season due to COVID-19. Read more ...

RBG Is Still Making History

RBG Is Still Making History

Capping days of commemorations of her extraordinary life, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday becomes the first woman in American history to lie in state in the... Read more ...

Currency markets are overestimating the risk of a delayed US election...

Currency markets are overestimating the risk of a delayed US election result, Goldman Sachs says

Summary List Placement Markets are overpricing the risks of a delayed election result, Goldman Sachs said in a note Thursday. Analysts Michael Cahill and Alec Phillips, said... Read more ...

Britain's biggest supermarkets block bulk-buying key products as new...

Britain's biggest supermarkets block bulk-buying key products as new coronavirus restrictions spark fears of shortages

The UK's biggest supermarket chains Tesco, Aldi and Morrisons have set limits on bulk-buying of staples such as flour, pasta and toilet roll amid new government measures to... Read more ...

President Trump: Millions of Medicare beneficiaries to receive $200 card to...

President Trump: Millions of Medicare beneficiaries to receive $200 card to pay for prescriptions

According to President Donald Trump, 33 million Medicare beneficiaries will soon receive the card in the mail containing $200. Read more ...

London gaining on New York in global financial centers ranking

London gaining on New York in global financial centers ranking

Wall Street is barely hanging onto its title as the global financial capital. A new ranking of the world's top finance centers placed New York City only slightly ahead of... Read more ...

2 vehicles drive into crowd protesting Breonna Taylor's killing; at least 1 hit

2 vehicles drive into crowd protesting Breonna Taylor's killing; at least 1 hit

LOS ANGELES - At least one person was injured after two vehicles drove through a crowd of demonstrators in the Hollywood neighborhood of Los Angeles, where an estimated 300... Read more ...