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Michigan's Covid Wards Are Filling Up With Younger Patients

Michigan's Covid Wards Are Filling Up With Younger Patients

By Mitch Smith and Sarah Mervosh

Even as vaccines roll out, more younger people in Michigan are being hospitalized than at any other point in the pandemic. And they're coming in sicker.

Split-Second Decisions: How a Supreme Court Case Shaped Modern Policing

Split-Second Decisions: How a Supreme Court Case Shaped Modern Policing

By David D. Kirkpatrick

Officers using deadly force rely on a legal doctrine set forth decades ago. Now, the movement launched by the death of George Floyd is trying to change that standard.

Armed Groups Step Into Venezuela as Lawlessness Grows

Armed Groups Step Into Venezuela as Lawlessness Grows

By Anatoly Kurmanaev and Adriana Loureiro Fernandez

With Venezuela in shambles, criminals and insurgents run large stretches of the nation's territory. We traveled through one of the regions under their control.

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Phuket Was Poised for Tourism Comeback. A Covid Surge Dashed Those Hopes.

World | Thailand Dispatch

Phuket Was Poised for Tourism Comeback. A Covid Surge Dashed Those Hopes.

By Hannah Beech and Adam Dean

Phuket, one of Thailand's top tourist havens, had an ambitious plan to reopen to the world this summer. But with a spike in cases, the island's desperate situation is unlikely to end anytime soon.

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How ICE's Mishandling of Covid-19 Fueled Outbreaks Around the Country

Video Video: How ICE's Mishandling of Covid-19 Fueled Outbreaks Around the Country

By Isabelle Niu, Emily Rhyne and Aaron Byrd

To date, Immigration and Customs Enforcement has reported over 12,000 virus cases. Our investigation found that the impact of infection extended beyond U.S. detention centers.

4 Takeaways From Our Investigation Into ICE's Mishandling of Covid-19

By Isabelle Niu and Emily Rhyne

The Times found a pattern of neglect and secrecy that helped fuel outbreaks both inside and outside ICE detention facilities.

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