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Watch This Black Hole Blow Bubbles
A black hole was seen shooting electrified gas and energy into space. Each blob contained about 400 million billion pounds of matter. 2020-06-05 09:00:31Dennis Overbye

The Sea’s Weirdest Creatures, Now in ‘Staggering’ Detail
With a new laser-scanning tool, marine biologists are getting a fine-comb look at some of the gloopiest and most mysterious organisms in the ocean. 2020-06-05 19:08:51William J. Broad

Trump Campaign Removes Space Video That Violated NASA Ad Rules
The president has tried to parlay space policy into an upbeat campaign issue for the 2020 election. 2020-06-06 05:28:30Kenneth Chang

Tests for Coronavirus Vaccine Need This Ingredient: Horseshoe Crabs
Modern medicine still depends on this animal’s blood to test for bacteria in vaccines. And an alternative test requires further study. 2020-06-03 14:21:12James Gorman

Going Viral, or Not, in the Milky Way
Is the pandemic a rehearsal for our own cosmic mortality? 2020-06-02 06:30:13Dennis Overbye

U.S. and Chinese Scientists Trace Evolution of Coronaviruses in Bats
Researchers whose canceled U.S. grant caused an outcry from other scientists urge preventive monitoring of viruses in southwestern China. 2020-06-01 19:01:23James Gorman

How to Read a Coronavirus Study, or Any Science Paper
Published scientific research, like any piece of writing, is a peculiar literary genre. 2020-06-02 13:39:04Carl Zimmer

Mass Extinctions Are Accelerating, Scientists Report
Five hundred species are likely to become extinct over the next two decades, according to a new study. 2020-06-02 20:17:18Rachel Nuwer

How to Navigate Your Community Reopening? Remember the Four C’s
Close contact, confined spaces, crowds, choices — these are the considerations to ponder now. 2020-06-06 14:13:26Roni Caryn Rabin

Coronavirus Live Updates: Virus Fears Over Global Protests
Health ministers sounded the alarm amid demonstrations against racism from Australia to Britain. Pandemic job cuts hit African-Americans and Latinos harder. 2020-06-06 15:53:30

W.H.O. Finally Endorses Masks to Prevent Coronavirus Transmission
The agency had been opposed to public use of masks, even after governments worldwide had recommended them. 2020-06-05 22:04:58Apoorva Mandavilli

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads
Video: How George Floyd died. At the C.D.C., what went wrong? Tara Reade’s journey. Pete Davidson is out of the basement. Farewell, Christo. And more. 2020-06-05 18:39:13Kaly Soto

Coronavirus Claims Some of World War II’s Last Witnesses
The U.S. is still confirming more than 20,000 new cases every day. Mexico is slowly reopening, but some people fear it’s moving too fast. 2020-06-06 07:03:15

Did Mom Take Her Medicine? Keeping Eyes on Elders in Quarantine
Technology can help families monitor the health and safety of older people kept from their families by the coronavirus. 2020-06-05 18:30:22Susan B. Garland

Two Huge Covid-19 Studies Are Retracted After Scientists Sound Alarms
The reports, published in two leading journals, were retracted after authors could not verify an enormous database of medical records. 2020-06-04 22:46:37Roni Caryn Rabin and Ellen Gabler

Coronavirus Surges in Middle East, Africa, Latin America and South Asia
As the West settles into a grinding battle with the disease, the virus surges across the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and South Asia. 2020-06-04 23:14:29Declan Walsh

‘Like Trash in a Landfill’: Carbon Dioxide Keeps Piling Up in the Atmosphere
Levels of planet-warming carbon dioxide reached another record in May, the month when they normally peak. 2020-06-04 19:14:52Henry Fountain

Surging Coronavirus Caseloads Put Strongmen on the Back Foot
Two major Covid-19 studies were retracted. The Trump administration will require states to report demographic data around infections. 2020-06-05 09:39:51

Managing the Majestic Jumbo Flying Squid
Warming waters attributed to climate change help fill people’s pockets and dinner plates. 2020-06-04 19:34:41Benjamin Ryan

Don’t Thank the Virus for Saving the Climate Yet
There are lessons to be learned — and some benefits already — but it’s complicated. (Of course!) 2020-06-05 17:35:16Tatiana Schlossberg

‘His Body Doesn’t Belong to Me’
I’m proud of my partner’s work as a doctor during Covid-19. So why is it giving me flashbacks to my experiments with open relationships? 2020-06-04 09:00:05Jeremy Allen

E.R. Visits Drop Sharply During Pandemic
People even with heart problems are avoiding emergency rooms because they are worried about possible coronavirus infection, according to a C.D.C. report. 2020-06-04 23:03:18Reed Abelson

Genes May Leave Some People More Vulnerable to Severe Covid-19
Geneticists have turned up intriguing links between DNA and the disease. Patients with Type A blood, for example, seem to be at greater risk. 2020-06-03 23:17:40Carl Zimmer

Gulf of Mexico ‘Dead Zone’ Will Be Large This Summer, Scientists Predict
The low-oxygen zone can cause harm not just to marine life, but also to those who catch shrimp and fish for their livelihood. 2020-06-03 21:53:54John Schwartz

New Study Finds Hydroxychloroquine Did Not Prevent Covid-19
The first carefully controlled trial of hydroxychloroquine given to people exposed to the coronavirus did not show any benefit. 2020-06-03 23:55:02Denise Grady

Scientists Link Covid-19 Risk to Genetic Variations
The Trump administration chose five companies as the most likely to produce a vaccine. The tally of new cases is rising in the U.S., partly because of expanded testing. Italy ends travel restrictions. 2020-06-04 17:20:02

5 Takeaways on the C.D.C.’s Coronavirus Response
Early mistakes in testing, aging data systems, clashes with President Trump and an overly cautious culture shook confidence in the nation’s premier public health agency. 2020-06-03 23:08:35Michael D. Shear

The C.D.C. Waited ‘Its Entire Existence for This Moment.’ What Went Wrong?
The technology was old, the data poor, the bureaucracy slow, the guidance confusing, the administration not in agreement. The coronavirus shook the world’s premier health agency, creating a loss of confidence and hampering the U.S. response to the crisis. 2020-06-04 00:40:07Eric Lipton, Abby Goodnough, Michael D. Shear, Megan Twohey, Apoorva Mandavilli, Sheri Fink and Mark Walker

Red Cross Warns of a ‘Staggering’ Drop in Blood Supplies
Hospitals have resumed elective surgeries and many Americans are venturing out of their homes again, but the rate of donations has yet to bounce back. 2020-06-02 18:06:21Christopher Flavelle

Scientists Question Medical Data Used in Second Coronavirus Study
Medical records from a little-known company were used in two studies published in major journals. The New England Journal of Medicine has asked to see the data. 2020-06-03 13:12:02Roni Caryn Rabin

For This Tribe, Saving a River Means Saving the Sturgeon
The Yakama Nation has been raising fish to release back into the Columbia River for more than a decade. Now, its hatchery is also producing caviar. 2020-06-03 14:03:03Amelia Nierenberg

Coronavirus World News: Live Updates
At least 15 of the graduating cadets who returned to West Point ahead of President Trump’s commencement speech in June tested positive for the coronavirus. Researchers question whether the government’s response to help companies will prove sufficient in the long run. 2020-06-03 09:28:07

Monster or Machine? A Profile of the Coronavirus at 6 Months
Our “hidden enemy,” in plain sight. 2020-06-02 18:24:54Alan Burdick

‘Going in the Wrong Direction’: More Tropical Forest Loss in 2019
Brazil was responsible for more than a third of the total global loss in 2019. 2020-06-02 17:56:25Henry Fountain

U.S. Ruling Could Mean a Flood of New Claims Against Volkswagen
Judges on Monday cleared the way for counties to pursue the automaker, which has already paid more than $20 billion in federal penalties for cheating on pollution tests, under local laws. 2020-06-02 00:20:45Hiroko Tabuchi

Medical Workers Should Use Respirator Masks, Not Surgical Masks
The surgical masks used in risky settings like hospitals offer much less protection against the coronavirus, an analysis found. 2020-06-03 14:29:31Apoorva Mandavilli

After 6 Months, Important Mysteries About Coronavirus Endure
Times journalists summarize some of the most critical things that scientists and public health officials have yet to understand. 2020-06-02 19:11:52The New York Times

Six Months of Coronavirus: Here’s Some of What We’ve Learned
Much remains unknown and mysterious, but these are some of the things we’re pretty sure of after half a year of this pandemic. 2020-06-03 10:39:18The New York Times

E.P.A. Limits States’ Power to Oppose Pipelines and Other Energy Projects
The agency tweaked the rules on how to apply the Clean Water Act, which New York and other states have used to fight fossil-fuel ventures. 2020-06-01 20:49:35Lisa Friedman

States Warn That Virus May Doom Climate Projects
A billion-dollar program to protect cities from climate change is at risk of failing because of the pandemic. 2020-06-02 00:47:42Christopher Flavelle

Pandemic to Cost U.S. Economy $7.9 Trillion Over 10 Years
Michigan’s governor lifted a stay-at-home order as other states announced steps to reopen. A Rohingya Muslim who lived in a Bangladesh refugee camp died of the coronavirus. 2020-06-04 12:45:02

Will Protests Set Off a Second Viral Wave?
Across the country, mayors, public health experts and other officials worry that even though many protesters are wearing masks, the risk of new coronavirus cases will increase as thousands gather. 2020-06-04 13:30:59Roni Caryn Rabin

Astronauts Dock With Space Station After Historic SpaceX Launch
Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley could stay in orbit for months to aid the station’s short-staffed crew. 2020-06-01 10:26:30Kenneth Chang

U.S. Sends Two Million Doses of Hydroxychloroquine to Brazil
The two countries are studying whether the drug is safe and effective for the prevention and early treatment of Covid-19. Nicaragua has become a place of midnight burials. 2020-06-04 18:23:26

Trump Hopes for His Own Booster Shot From SpaceX Rocket Launch
The president, beleaguered by a pandemic, economic troubles and racial unrest, viewed the liftoff as a welcome moment of triumph that he celebrated with a campaign rally-style speech. 2020-05-31 04:30:32Peter Baker

SpaceX Lifts NASA Astronauts to Orbit, Launching New Era of Spaceflight
The trip to the space station was the first from American soil since 2011 when the space shuttles were retired. 2020-05-31 04:26:54Kenneth Chang

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