We looked inside some of the tweets by @jamesglanz and found useful information for you.
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Barack Obama's victory tweet was the most retweeted tweet ever with more than 800K retweets.
Well, some good news: The @nytimes added 669,000 net new digital subscribers, making the second quarter its biggest ever for subscription growth. The Times has 6.5 million total subscriptions, a figure that includes 5.7 million digital-only. https://t.co/5W7fsQhZqs
In a split second, his car was plummeting, nose down, the windshield darkened by dust and concrete blocks flying past him. "I am dead! I am dead!" he cried. https://t.co/FHEoJM0nNE
Among the biggest questions about school reopening: what happens if someone tests positive? Here's how an Indiana school reacted when faced with that conundrum just this week, and how NYC and other districts are planning to manage: https://t.co/YJhJmD5ZrF
So honored to have the last word in this @nytimes article. Thanks to @jamesglanz and @bencareynyt for an insightful interview conversation on how parents might use this tool to increase trust in #SchoolReopening decision making. https://t.co/ncCbk5yeon
Thank you for the wonderful interview and walking us through a sprawling topic, Dr. Anderson. https://t.co/haZ4lLOlxK
Many families are facing a difficult choice: Should children attend if schools reopen their classrooms and risk being exposed to the coronavirus? New estimates show that large parts of the U.S. would likely see infected students if classrooms opened now. https://t.co/sxf85cibAF
Fauci rejects study that hydroxychloroquine saved lives, calling it "flawed" and telling a GOP congressman "it doesn't matter" it was peer reviewed. "You can peer review something that's a bad study," Fauci says, pushing back on the use of the drug that Trump frequently touts https://t.co/40FNddSzCJ
How many people would come to school infected with coronavirus if schools opened today? The answer depends on the size of the school and the severity of the outbreak in the surrounding community. My latest with @jamesglanz @bencareynyt @joshkellerjosh https://t.co/aZgFzHzyPd https://t.co/ASij4aDU6d
As decisions loom for parents, teachers and pols, modelers estimate the chance that a child infected with the coronavirus will show up at any school in the US. Results range from sobering to reassuring. @jamesglanz @bencareynyt @mathisonian @joshkellerjosh https://t.co/V84WOcGSPD