What's inspiring about how the pandemic changed the ways people greet each other, open and close e-mails, and begin and end conversations.
I've written my father's obituary, even though he's still alive. I wrote my mother-in-laws. And I wrote my 44-year-old sister’s when she died 10 years ago from the same cancer I’d been diagnosed with
From wonky veg to distanced restaurants, Covid-19 has transformed the way we shop, cook and eat. Have we fixed our relationship with food for good?
Moving in with your parents is often seen as a mark of irresponsibility. The pandemic might show the country that it shouldn’t be.
The administration is preparing a major change in messaging: that we will all have to "learn to live with it."
Encounter while working on family film set far-reaching chain of events in motion
The spring of a presidential election year is often a busy time for adding new voters to the rolls, and a recent report from the Center for Election Innovation and Research shows registration numbers were even stronger in early 2020 than early 2016. But things changed dramatically in March.
Older workers are less likely than younger ones to have jobs that can be done remotely during the coronavirus pandemic.
Compiled by a team of international wildlife and veterinary experts, a new study has identified seven routes by which pandemics could occur and 161 options for reducing the risk. It concludes that widespread changes to the way we interact with animals are needed; solutions that only address one issue—such as the trade in wild animals—are not enough.
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NRPF policy forcing thousands of people to make 'invidious' choices during crisis, says cross-party group
Oregon's first openly gay Teacher of the Year was part of the landmark Supreme Court decision protecting LGBTQ workers from discrimination.