Maps: Where the Tornadoes Struck, Destroying Buildings and Homes
Dozens of people were killed as tornadoes swept across at least six states Friday night and early Saturday morning.
By Matthew Bloch, Keith Collins, Lazaro Gamio, Eleanor Lutz, Jugal K. Patel, Scott Reinhard, Anjali Singhvi and Weiyi Cai
What Data Shows About Vaccine Supply and Demand in the Most Vulnerable Places
Among the least vaccinated countries, some have used nearly all of the Covid vaccine doses available to them, while others have been able to distribute just a fraction of their available doses.
By Keith Collins and Josh Holder
Why the Empire State Building, and New York, May Never Be the Same
It once symbolized an urban way of working, and New York’s resilience. In the pandemic’s second year, the future of the world’s most famous skyscraper is in doubt.
By Keith Collins, Nikolas Diamant, Peter Eavis, Or Fleisher, Matthew Haag, Barbara Harvey, Lingdong Huang, Karthik Patanjali, Miles Peyton and Rumsey Taylor