Passengers onboard an American Airlines flight to Charlotte, North Carolina, from San Diego, California.
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Fear of flying means something altogether different in the age of the new coronavirus. Now the biggest concern is how to keep from becoming infected. If you must fly, here are some things to consider.
Gustav Klimt’s ‘Death and Life’ suggests the way many people are unaware of death’s ever-present influence.
It's human nature to try to insulate yourself from the unpleasant realization that death comes for all of us eventually.
Protesters in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on April 20 call for the governor to lift restrictions meant to help combat the spread of the coronavirus.
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A scholar of social participation finds shared themes across protests in many states, not all of which fit common popular or media narratives about the events.
An already tough situation is made worse for those with hearing loss.
Audiologists recommend enhanced communication strategies in the time of coronavirus to help the nearly 60 million Americans living with hearing loss in one or both ears.
The launch of Hubble Space Telescope on April 24, 1990. This photo captures the first time that there were shuttles on both pad 39a and 39b.
Thirty years ago the Hubble Space Telescope began snapping photos of distant stars, providing a time machine that has taken astronomers back to when the universe was less than a billion years old.
There were eerie similarities between Pepys’ time and our own.
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Sure, there were no Zoom calls or ventilators. But thanks to a prolific diarist, we can see some striking similarities, from daily death counts to quack remedies.
Employees work on the production line of chloroquine phosphate, resumed after a 15-year break, in a pharmaceutical company in Nantong city in east China’s Jiangsu province Thursday, Feb. 27, 2020.
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To battle the coronavirus, strong regulatory protection from the FDA is essential.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s administration said it would reject all freedom of information requests – and then reversed itself after public outcry.
One more casualty of the coronavirus pandemic: open government. Since the crisis began, local, state and federal officials throughout the United States have locked down information from the public.
President Donald Trump, flanked by administration and public health officials, during a briefing on the coronavirus on March 25.
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Journalism's ethics code says the press must 'seek truth and report it,' and also minimize harm. During a public health crisis, how should the press deal with President Trump's inaccuracies and lies?
Many scientists have had to hang up their lab coats and go home.
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With travel halted and universities and research institutions shutting down, scientists are having trouble keeping their research running. Here's why that matters outside the lab.
St. Patrick and Ireland may be mostly on your mind on March 17, but it’s also a time to toast your liver.
St. Patrick's Day is typically a day of drinking and revelry, if not reverence for Ireland's patron saint. In this year's subdued celebration environment, a biochemist suggests thanking our livers.
Bill Chen di Bandara Internasional San Francisco setelah tiba dengan penerbangan dari Shanghai. Chen mengatakan suhunya telah diperiksa di bandara Shanghai sebelum dia berangkat.
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COVID-19 jadi pandemi. Maka disarankan maskapai penerbangan mungkin memerlukan vaksinasi untuk penumpang.
Joe and Jill Biden address the press the evening of the Idaho, Missouri, Michigan, Washington, Mississippi and North Dakota primaries.
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It is becoming clear that this election season, the Democratic Party will likely adopt a center-left agenda.
A crop circle in Switzerland.
The internet has allowed pseudoscience to flourish. Artificial intelligence could help steer people away from the bad information.
Yellow trout lily flowers nearly a week earlier now than in previous decades in the Appalachian Mountains.
Climate change has advanced the arrival of spring by as much as several weeks in some parts of the US. This can mean major crop losses and disconnects between species that need each other to thrive.
Bill Chen at San Francisco International Airport after arriving on a flight from Shanghai. Chen said his temperature was screened at the Shanghai airport before he departed.
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Air transportation unquestionably spreads disease. Should airlines be more proactive by requiring proof of vaccination? Two experts reflect on the current and former crises.
Photographer Ansel Adams poses on a bluff with his camera.
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Largely self-taught, Adams learned to harness the communicative power of photography during his years as a marketing photographer.
In an effort to increase tourism, Saudi Arabia recently eased its strict dress code for foreign women, allowing them to go without the body-shrouding abaya robe still mandatory for Saudi women.
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In countries like Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Bahrain, it's now official policy that women should go to college and work outside the home. But cultural pressure to marry and have kids remains strong.
An Italian official gestures at migrants waiting to disembark in the Sicilian port of Catania in August 2018.
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Research in Sicily finds that anti-immigration policies don't slow the flow of immigrants, but do hurt local residents in communities where migrants first arrive.
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