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'People are terrified': Daily life on hold as Americans face coronavirus threat

13 Mar 2020

In Texas, a photographer worries about paying his bills. In Pennsylvania, an aspiring dancer struggles with a canceled audition. In suburban Los Angeles, a mother wonders whether anyone will show up for her son's bar mitzvah. | Video

Play it again, Barry: Davos 'Piano Man' gets new gig

22 Jan 2020

DAVOS, Switzerland For 25 years he had the ear of world leaders, CEOs and even rock stars at Davos, but the Swiss ski resort's most-listened to man has moved on.

CORRECTED-DAVOS-Play it again, Barry: Davos Piano Man gets new gig

22 Jan 2020

DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 22 For 25 years he had the ear of world leaders, CEOs and even rock stars at Davos, but the Swiss ski resort's most-listened to man has moved on.

Helping veterans develop business skills as entrepreneurs

11 Nov 2019

NEW YORK - Every year, about 250,000 U.S. military members leave the service and enter the workforce, and one in five tries to start their own business.

How to create connections at work in the age of isolation

12 Apr 2019

NEW YORK If an overflowing inbox is killing your productivity at the office, you are not alone.

Documenting climate change - with a drone

21 Sep 2018

NEW YORK When Reuters photographer Lucas Jackson headed to Greenland in June, he traveled with a heavy, oversized rolling bag containing a crucial piece of equipment to document climate change.

When a live event creates a buzz

30 Aug 2018

NEW YORK A massive swarm of bees gathered on a hot dog cart umbrella in New York City's Times Square on Monday. Before long it became a social media sensation thanks to live footage from Reuters.

A World Cup win - in logistics and safety

16 Jul 2018

When France beat Croatia 4-2 in the 2018 World Cup final in Moscow, it marked a second triumph for the French, and the culmination of more than 18 months of planning by Reuters to cover the world's biggest sporting match.

Cake and conversation with the pope

02 Jul 2018

Philip Pullella brought three digital recorders and a cake made with leftover bread to his exclusive two-hour interview with Pope Francis in the pontiff's private residence on June 17.

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