Coronavirus pushes Trump to rely on experts he has long maligned

At a time when expertise is paramount, the president has hollowed out the very government agencies responsible for the tasks at hand.

Dow plunges more than 1,100 points, extending losses in brutal week

U.S. markets closed in a correction Thursday in one of the worst weeks since the financial crisis, in part over concerns about the potential spread of the coronavirus in the United States.

HHS whistleblower says workers without protective gear or proper training met coronavirus evacuees

The whistleblower alleges she was improperly reassigned after raising concerns with HHS Secretary Alex Azar's office.
Sun Yul, 4, is painting a “treasure map” at his mother’s apartment in Yongsan-gu, Seoul. (Min Joo Kim/The Post)
Sun Yul, 4, is painting a “treasure map” at his mother’s apartment in Yongsan-gu, Seoul. (Min Joo Kim/The Post)

In South Korea, coronavirus gives kids a break from school pressures but also traps them

School holidays have been extended and many evening classes canceled. It’s a respite from constant pressure, but the novelty is already wearing off.
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Catherine Pugh had pleaded guilty to fraud, tax evasion and conspiracy to illegally hide profits from the sale of her self-published books to boost her political and personal fortunes.
Robert Wilkie’s handling of the case prompted pushback from several prominent female veterans, who say he has set back the agency’s efforts to make women feel safe.
Authorities have yet to discuss a possible motive and said Wednesday night the victims’ names would not be released for at least 24 hours, as they work to contact family.
A new study says the animals could be killed when drilling comes to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska because officials are not certain where pregnant mothers dig their dens.
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Their reactions pointed to one uncontestable truth: The kids were listening.

My car was in a hit-and-run. Then I learned it recorded the whole thing.

The car is becoming a sentry. A chaperone. And a snitch.

The quest to identify black Americans’ roots

For Americans descended from enslaved Africans, the roots of their ancestry are often a mystery, and “Where did I come from?” is a uniquely difficult question to answer. Some are trying to change that.

Fish recipes to inspire you during Lent

Here are seven seafood-focused recipes — one for each Friday of Lent.
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Answers to 3 air travel questions during the coronavirus outbreak
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