Race is on to make glass vials to deliver vaccine worldwide

As scientists rush to test coronavirus vaccines in humans, a parallel scramble is underway to produce billions of medical-grade vials and syringes needed to inoculate the world’s population.

Workers in dire straits, still waiting for unemployment payments

Tens of millions of applications, 40-year-old technology, and years of budget cuts and restrictions created the perfect storm for state unemployment agencies.
Duke University student Rose Wong worries the campus clinic is not capable of keeping people safe during the pandemic. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Post)
Duke University student Rose Wong worries the campus clinic is not capable of keeping people safe during the pandemic. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Post)

At college health centers, students battle misdiagnoses and inaccessible care

As students return to college amid the pandemic, campus health-care centers across the country face their biggest test.
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Trump’s attacks on Fauci reinforce that he’d rather Americans be confused than concerned

With the alternative being accountability, the president's coronavirus response has devolved into an attempt to muddy the waters.

Warriors? Red Wolves? Red Tails? Next step for Washington football team is securing rights.

With the old name officially retired, the team must legally lock down a new name before any announcement.
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Florida shatters single-day infection record with 15,300 new cases

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Death-row inmates, their spiritual advisers and victims’ relatives have opposed the schedule of the executions.
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The NBA has arrived at Disney. Here’s what it looks like inside the Florida bubble.

The league's sci-fi plan to construct a restricted bubble in hopes of completing a nearly lost season became a reality this weekend.
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TikTok is owned by Chinese company ByteDance. (Dado Ruvic/Reuters)
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White House lawyer gives Trump second extension to file financial disclosure forms

A White House spokesperson said President Trump needed more time because he has been focused on the coronavirus and other matters.
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A month later, Pence’s wildly optimistic view of the pandemic has proved almost entirely wrong

The vice president, who heads the government's coronavirus response, completely failed to see the new surge coming — and denied that it was.
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A federal judge on July 6 ordered the Dakota Access pipeline to shut down until more environmental review is done. (AP)
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Trump’s move to weaken key environmental law could sideline communities of color

The decision to scale back the National Environmental Policy Act will speed the development of pipelines and other infrastructure projects.

China imposes sanctions on U.S. senators Rubio, Cruz over Xinjiang advocacy

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Seoul mayor who killed himself was accused of sexual harassment by former secretary

A lawyer for the victim said she filed a complaint against Mayor Park Won-soon last week. Park’s death ended any police scrutiny of him. The lawyer, nevertheless, called for “a proper investigation to find the truth.”
The University of Washington in March. (Karen Ducey/Getty Images)
The University of Washington in March. (Karen Ducey/Getty Images)

Trump administration’s move on visas is ‘dream-crashing’ for Indian students and families

The administration’s decision said that international students must take in-person classes or face deportation. One student from India was heartened by a letter from the University of Washington’s president, who called the move “cruel and oblivious to the reality of the pandemic.”

Excessive heat blisters the South and Southwest

An intense heat dome has swallowed a large area and is forecast to expand over the next week.

A century after a race massacre, Tulsa finally digs for suspected mass graves

The excavation at the city’s Oaklawn Cemetery, delayed for months by the pandemic, was to begin Monday.
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A traveler passes closed United Airlines check-in kiosks at San Francisco International Airport. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Economic recovery may be fizzling as disruption from virus lingers

The pandemic shock, which economists once assumed would be only a temporary business interruption, appears instead to be settling into a traditional, self-perpetuating recession.
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Retirement plan down because of covid-19? Here’s why you still need stocks in your 401(k).

One of the biggest threats to having enough to live on in retirement is inflation. Another threat is acting out of fear.

Hedge fund wins auction for bankrupt news publisher McClatchy

The deal, pending court approval, would take the publisher of the Miami Herald and Kansas City Star out of family control.
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Tony Stewart’s new auto racing league to give fans an alternative to NASCAR

The new venture will consist of six short-track races starting next summer, all of which will be televised on Saturday nights by CBS.

D.C. United makes stunning comeback in long-awaited return, earns 2-2 draw

With D.C. down a man, Federico Higuain scored in the 84th minute and Frederic Brillant equalized in stoppage time.
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Surgeon General Jerome Adams walks regularly on the Mall. (André Chung for The Post)

The surgeon general may be the nicest guy in the administration. Is that what America needs right now?

In the midst of a surging pandemic, Jerome Adams is hoping to veer away from the political hot spot of Washington to get up-close and personal outside the Beltway.
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Actor and filmmaker Paul Feig takes a selfie at his home this month. (Paul Feig)

Entertainers promised to see us through the pandemic. Even they are running out of steam.

Online cocktail hours and basement concerts sounded like a great idea until streaming fatigue set in.
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Welcome to the new buffet, which isn’t a buffet anymore

Buffets are morphing into cafeteria-style or even takeout operations because of the pandemic. For those of us who love them, they're not the same.
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I was supposed to have a pregnancy full of travel

Far from family and her hometown, a travel writer planned to spend her pregnancy traveling to be with loved ones. The pandemic made that impossible.

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