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1 The coronavirus could be Generation Z's 9/11
2 60% of North Koreans live in absolute poverty--higher than ever thought
3 Women tend to run more sophisticated political campaigns
4 'Wonderchicken' fossil from the age of dinosaurs reveals origin of modern birds
5 Mathematicians develop new theory to explain real-world randomness
6 Beetles changed their diet during the Cretaceous period
7 Blacks' views on racism affect likelihood of self-employment
8 National monuments can boost the economy in the American West
9 Fine-tuning radiocarbon dating could 'rewrite' ancient events
10 How people investigate--or don't--fake news on Twitter and Facebook
11 States suspending standardized tests as schools close
12 How to spot bogus science stories and read the news like a scientist
13 The youngest pupils in the class are less satisfied with their lives
14 Ancient teeth reveal Bronze Age gender inequality
15 Remote working: The new normal for many, but it comes with hidden risks
16 The US owes $23.5 trillion but can still afford a big coronavirus stimulus package
17 How strong a role does religion play in US elections?
18 Research finds gender bias in textbooks of Indonesia and other Muslim majority countries
19 Seductive details inhibit learning
20 Improving access to cycling can benefit women in marginalized neighborhoods
21 The importance of creative problem-solving in the workplace
22 Bone analyses tell about kitchen utensils in the Middle Ages
23 Social policies might not only improve economic well-being, but also health
24 Achievement gaps may explain racial overrepresentation in special education
25 Maize, not metal, key to native settlements' history in NY
26 Middle-aged entrepreneurs fare better than twentysomethings
27 Panic buying, ignoring safety measures: The social psychology of crises
28 New models see coronavirus-induced recession, say economists
29 During coronavirus, plunging power demand could signal economic woes
30 In the wake of bushfires and coronavirus, it's time we talked about human security
31 No work, no money: Self-isolation due to COVID-19 pandemic punishes the poor
32 Endgame C: Stop almost everything, restart when coronavirus is gone
33 Canada's changing coronavirus border policy exposes international students' precarious status
34 5 homeschooling tips to help your child learn during quarantine
35 Unprecedented preservation of fossil feces from the La Brea Tar Pits
36 We are entering a recession: What did we learn from the last one?
37 Parents get crash course in 'distance learning' dilemmas
38 Advanced degrees bring higher starting salaries--and more debt
39 Pandemics don't heal divisions, they reveal them
40 Pandemic money: where's it coming from and who pays?
41 Teachers brave digital classrooms as coronavirus closes schools
42 School districts take unplanned plunge into online learning
43 Opinion: Why housing evictions must be suspended to defend us against coronavirus
44 How coronavirus could impact futures of students entering high school, college
45 How digital humanities can help in a pandemic
46 As pandemic unfolds, fear and finance collide
47 Teacher evaluations weed out low-performing teachers in urban schools
48 How the COVID-19 pandemic will affect informal workers. Insights from Kenya
49 Coronavirus: Racism and the long-term impacts of emergency measures in Canada
50 Coronavirus: rationing based on health, equity and decency now needed--food system expert
51 Can migration, workforce participation and education balance the cost of aging in Europe?
52 Ancestor of all animals identified in Australian fossils
53 New study identifies which veterans are using programs to gain employment
54 The post-pandemic city: Expert on how the coronavirus will impact future cities
55 COVID-19: 'Economics alone won't get us through this'
56 Being happy with less: Money, children, time and balance
57 Organizations need to be transparent in times of crisis, says expert
58 What happens in Vegas: Consent matters in 'Sin City' and other sex tourism cities
59 5 ways to keep human connections when moving learning online
60 Coronavirus: Why the UK needs a basic income for all workers
61 To get out of this, we are going to have to think like central planners
62 Study suggests larger families have more conservative views
63 How to win more B2B contracts with effective e-sales
64 Lack of media skepticism tied to belief in rape myths
65 Cleaner hands, bluer skies: what has coronavirus done for us?
66 As virus leaves borders shut, European farmers sound alarm
67 Coronavirus fallout revives talk of 'universal basic income'
68 How countries are reacting to the COVID-19 risk and their governments' responses
69 Is this the moment for universal basic income?
70 Working from home does not make us less productive
71 Peer review process best method to determine scientific funding, study finds
72 Governments will determine the economic consequences of COVID-19
73 The risk coronavirus poses to our tenuous, complex supply chain
74 Fossil finds give clues about flying reptiles in the Sahara 100 million years ago
75 Bedtime best for learning written words for children with poor vocabulary
76 Women 10% more likely than men to report feeling unsafe on urban public transport
77 How teachers are using technology to keep in touch with students during coronavirus school closures
78 How to break new records in the 200 metres?
79 New dataset reveals trends in social scientists' congressional testimony
80 Video game experience, gender may improve VR learning
81 Fleeing Nazis shaped Austrian politics for generations after World War II: study
82 Dig for artifacts confirms New Guinea's Neolithic period
83 In Earth's largest extinction, land die-offs began long before ocean turnover
84 In politics and pandemics, Russian trolls use fear, anger to drive clicks
85 COVID-19 presents unique challenges for news industry
86 Publicly shaming harassers may be popular, but it doesn't bring justice
87 Supply chain outlook: Why the situation varies by industry
88 Supply chain outlook: The timing of the slowdown
89 The value of science for critical decisions
90 Mathematical epidemiology: How to model a pandemic
91 Could the social distancing of COVID-19 revolutionize online learning and higher education?
92 Discrimination against Asian and black Americans rises during coronavirus outbreak
93 Home design in the age of social distancing
94 The coronavirus is changing how we work--possibly permanently
95 Study: Adults over 70 are the fabric of their communities
96 The community-led movement creating hope in the time of coronavirus
97 Opinion: Grant bail to unsentenced prisoners to stop the spread of coronavirus
98 'Women's work': How coronavirus may forever change the way we care within families
99 Schools are moving online, but not all children start out digitally equal
100 Why you should say 'thank you' and not 'sorry' after most service failures
101 Discovering the diet of the fossil Theropithecus oswaldi found in Cueva Victoria in Spain
102 New feathered dinosaur was one of the last surviving raptors
103 Interactive product labels require new regulations, study warns
104 Neanderthals were pioneers in marine resource exploitation: study
105 Empty shelves not an indicator of a broken supply chain
106 Math professor and students take 'random walk' together
107 A virtual Australian parliament is possible--and may be needed during the coronavirus pandemic
108 US jobless claims have soared. Is a recession necessary to fight COVID-19?
109 New algorithm examines crime-scene bullets segment by segment
110 Though the COVID-19 recession may feel different, its victims will look the same
111 MyGov's ill-timed meltdown could have been avoided with 'elastic computing'