Covid-19’s path through the president’s world is an epidemiological mystery. We know why it spread, but not if it spread via a single infectious event.
No one knows what the president’s case of Covid will mean for the end of the campaign, but here’s what to keep your eye on.
The finals mean the league’s experiment will soon be over. But the bubble was a triumph for what it let in—the real-world concerns of its players.
Yes, two Boeing E-6B Mercury were flying last night. No, that’s not because of the president’s positive test.
Catch up on the most important updates from this week.
Communication from the White House about Donald Trump’s infection will be opaque at best. Into that vacuum, misinformation will flow.
The president, who tested positive for coronavirus on Thursday, has been at campaign rallies and fundraisers, potentially exposing hundreds of people.
Isaac Asimov’s novel, currently being adapted into an Apple TV+ series, builds its story around the futuristic science of psychohistory.
Google’s search algorithm has presented my phone number and email address as belonging to the billionaires for over a year.
Urban beekeeping has given some scientists pause. They wonder if these efforts are really helping to save the bees—especially native species.
The “worst thing I’ve ever seen” tweets were the perfect kind of celebrity self-deprecation.
Breathe into it and the Lumen will tell you how well you’re burning fat, and how to eat healthier.
Plus: Mark Zuckerberg’s own words, the personification of the internet, and Burger King’s whopper of an ask.
There’s a small but real possibility that we won’t know which party controls the Senate until 2021, thanks to a special election and a unique state requirement.
This week, we talk about everything Google announced this week, plus Amazon’s crazy flying surveillance drone.