The economy came to a grinding halt when the coronavirus hit. The recovery will likely be the opposite. 

More and more people are relying on Zoom video conferencing for work and staying connected with others, but that comes with risk: Thousands of videos have been left viewable on the open web. 
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The economy came to a grinding halt when the coronavirus hit. The recovery will likely be the opposite. 

More and more people are relying on Zoom video conferencing for work and staying connected with others, but that comes with risk: Thousands of videos have been left viewable on the open web. 
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The president wants to reopen the U.S. economy, but experts say doing that safely requires widespread testing and contact tracing. Long lines strain the nation’s food banks. And how New Zealand didn’t just flatten the curve, but squashed it.
Monday, April 13, 2020
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Martine Powers and Ishaan Tharoor explore the meaning of borders in a pandemic, and how coronavirus might change travel and migration in the future. And Mary Beth Sheridan walks us through public service announcements from around the world.
Wednesday, April 15, 2020