Mr. Goldsmith survived the Holocaust, immigrated to the United States and built a successful career as an architect, before abandoning his life for a commune — and then coming home. He died of complications of Covid-19.
In New York City, 142,000 children are learning English in school. Online classes are especially challenging for them.
It’s been a rough year surviving the pandemic away from home.
Un equipo de periodistas del Times en Colombia y Venezuela le dio seguimiento durante meses a la historia de una mujer embarazada y su pequeño hijo desplazados por la pandemia.
Over several months, a team of Times journalists tracked the progress of a pregnant mother displaced by the pandemic.
The “public charge” rule was supposed to ensure that green cards go only to self-sufficient immigrants, but in the pandemic, it is driving up hunger and leaving Joe Biden with a quandary.
Una madre y su hijo caminaron hasta que se les entumecieron los pies, durmieron en el bosque y se escondieron de la policía. Millones de personas fueron desplazadas por la pandemia. Pero muchos, como ellos, aún no han encontrado un hogar.
Millions of people have been displaced by the pandemic. Jessika and her 6-year-old, Sebastián, are among the many who have yet to find a home.