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60% of U.S. smartphone owners now visit their favorite social networking sites on a daily basis, up from 54% in 2011.
I'm launching a new project today that will investigate the costs of coronavirus testing and treatment using readers' medical bills. A thread explaining why I'm doing my reporting this way, and how you can help the @nytimes tell this story. (1/7) https://t.co/GZm4bmzf3w
The new daily cases of #coronavirus just hit record high in America yesterday. After more than three months of battling the virus, the country still remains in the dark. How did we get here? Here we analyze how the epidemic spun out of control in the U.S. https://t.co/rFeXBg7p1v
Only the worst disasters completely upend normal patterns of death — Hurricane Maria, 9/11, the Spanish flu. We looked at how the devastation brought by the coronavirus in 25 cities compares with these major historical events @jwf825 @jshkatz https://t.co/t2085v6b6b
Sweden stood out for its decision to stay open. While the nation has avoided the devastating tolls of coronavirus outbreaks in Italy, Spain and Britain, it also has seen an extraordinary increase in deaths, mortality data show. https://t.co/vvOWREgjKW
While the catastrophes in Europe and the US were closely monitored, much of Latin America’s pain is unfolding far from global view, under governments that can’t — or won’t — offer a full tally of the dead. W/ @AKurmanaev @leticiadlcasado @jbarbassa & co https://t.co/hrURgWeBML