But manufacturing problems at a factory in Baltimore run by Emergent BioSolutions, Johnson & Johnson’s subcontractor, have had serious consequences for the vaccine. Because of…View More High Hopes for Johnson & Johnson’s Covid Vaccine Have Fizzled in the U.S.
LAS VEGAS — Penn Jillette, one half of the Penn & Teller magic and comedy act that has helped define nightlife in Las Vegas for…View More Headliners and Headdresses Return to Las Vegas. Will Tourists Follow?
Crook’s Corner, the restaurant in Chapel Hill, N.C., that helped spark a renaissance in Southern cuisine starting in the 1980s, has permanently closed, Shannon Healy,…View More Crook’s Corner, a Landmark North Carolina Restaurant, Has Closed
William Sullivan, the president of the Police Benevolent Association, Local 105, the union that represents the state’s 6,000 correction officers, said he was blindsided by…View More Women’s Prison Plagued by Sexual Violence Will Close, Governor Says
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department said on Monday that it had seized much of the ransom that a major U.S. pipeline operator had paid last…View More U.S. Seizes Share of Ransom From Hackers in Colonial Pipeline Attack
This article is part of Owning the Future, a series on how small businesses across the country have been affected by the pandemic. On the…View More For Small Gyms, Handling the Pandemic Meant Expanding
A sculptural representation of a bookworm — 140 feet of scripts and songbooks, twisted along a steel skeleton — corkscrews across the Drama Book Shop…View More How Lin-Manuel Miranda and Friends Made an Old Bookstore New
Like the merciful cracking-open of a fire hydrant on a scalding day, summer promises to be that long-awaited relief for New York. Vaccines are here,…View More Meet the People Who Make New York City’s Summer Hustle Happen
Now that’s more like it. Employers added 559,000 jobs in May, and created more jobs in March and April than earlier estimates suggested. The shockingly…View More Hot Vax Summer Is Looking Lukewarm
As New Yorkers return to eating inside restaurants and riding subways, another aspect of city life is returning to normal: tips. The pandemic turned New…View More Is New York’s Year of Lavish Tipping Coming to an End?