Noticia del da
 ltima hora
 Alta buscadores
 Como engordar
 Gastr. Andaluza
 C. Vegetariana
 Para tu empresa
 Registro empresas
Washington Post
Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis
Breaking news and analysis on politics, business, world national news, entertainment more. In-depth DC, Virginia, Maryland news coverage including traffic, weather, crime, education, restaurant reviews and more.
http://www.washingtonpost. ...
White House to urge all Americans to wear face coverings in public
The right way to clean and sanitize the various surfaces in your home
By this point in the coronavirus pandemic, most of us know how to properly wash our hands, but we may be less clear about how to sanitize the various surfaces in our home.

Navy dismisses aircraft carrier captain who spoke out about virus response
Battling an outbreak, the commanding officer of the USS Roosevelt wrote a blunt letter that appeared in the media.

The grim death-toll projections the White House offered Monday have already been revised upward
The picture is bleaker than it was 72 hours ago.

New CDC guidance is a policy reversal
The latest recommendations make clear the general public should not wear medical masks, including surgical and N95 masks. One option is cloth coverings made at home.

Sluggish federal response and liability fears led to U.S. mask crunch
A slow initial response by the Trump administration and an ongoing debate about legal protection for manufacturers contributed to a critical shortage of masks for front-line workers.

Wash. nursing home faces $611,000 fine over lapses during fatal outbreak, inspectors say
Life Care Center of Kirkland, which has been tied to at least 37 covid-19 deaths, failed to report a respiratory outbreak to local health officials for two weeks, federal inspectors said.

A record 6.6 million Americans filed a new jobless claim last week
On top of the record-shattering number, many newly unemployed haven’t been able to get through to unemployment offices as websites and phone lines are swamped.

Judge declines to delay April 7 presidential primaries in Wisconsin, despite widespread concerns about virus
The decision came amid worries that holding elections during the coronavirus pandemic could risk public health and curtail access to the polls.

Poll: Coronavirus is harming the mental health of tens of millions of people in U.S.
Nearly half say the covid-19 pandemic has had a psychological impact.

Italy and Spain see ‘first positive signs’ in coronavirus crisis, ambassadors say
The diplomats said their countries appreciate China’s help but added that “we’re not naive.”

Are you doing something creative or special while under stay-at-home orders?
The pandemic canceled their wedding. So they held it in Nintendo's Animal Crossing.
With the novel coronavirus halting meaningful real-world life events, some are simply moving them into Nintendo's adorable virtual world.

Joe Exotic of ‘Tiger King’ in quarantine after prison transfer, his husband says
Joe Exotic of "Tiger King's" husband, Dillon Passage, told Andy Cohen's radio show that Joe is in quarantine.

How to actually do this remote-learning thing while also working from home
As more schools move to remote learning, parents can’t help but wonder how to actually facilitate that learning for their kids while also working from home. Here are a few strategies to navigate this overwhelming time.

Play the latest episode of Post Reports, the premier daily podcast from The Washington Post.

A New York hospital on the front lines of the pandemic
Play the latest episode of Post Reports, the premier daily podcast from The Washington Post.

You need to wear a mask. Here’s how.
Everyone should be covering their faces. Here's how to do it correctly.

Targeting Asians and Asian Americans will make it harder to stop covid-19
Targeting Asian American workers didn't save Detroit in the 1980s. And it could make it harder to fight the coronavirus.

One America News has been ousted from coronavirus briefing rotation. Here’s why.
There's not much space in the James S. Brady briefing room.

We were unprepared by a pandemic 9/11. But the failures began long before Trump.
And there is no excuse.

We’ve officially witnessed the total failure of empathy in presidential leadership
If the president can’t feel empathy, he needs to fake it.

Wisconsin’s election seems to be barreling toward a train wreck
Now is the time to test voting by mail.

Democrats to delay Milwaukee nominating convention until August
The new schedule means the Democratic gathering will be held one week before the Republican convention in North Carolina, rather than in July.

Trump campaign calls Sessions ‘delusional,’ asks him to stop promoting ties to the president
A letter sent to the U.S. Senate candidate from Alabama took issue with the former attorney general for referring to his strong support for his former boss.

U.S. stocks surge in choppy session on word that Saudi Arabia, Russia may slash oil output
Such a move could rescue many oil companies from imminent bankruptcy, aid their lenders and chart a path toward restoring the hardest-hit sector of the economy.

Amid outbreak, Secret Service signed contract to rent golf carts at home of Trump club
The contract does not mention President Trump but mirrors past agreements involving agents protecting him on golf outings.

One Florida restaurant group is doing what it must to save the family business. It may not be enough.
As the coronavirus upends daily life, restaurateurs around the country are cutting everything but the essentials.

Need reading glasses? Here’s your frame of reference.
From cheapos to prescription lenses, a rundown of the choices.

More Editors’ Picks
Posters inspired by World War II remind people to stay inside and wash hands
Everyone has a role to play in a collective struggle, and individual choices that feel small can snowball into grim consequences — both in war and during a pandemic.

If you’ve run out of toilet paper, Woody Allen’s memoir is also made of paper
Do you like 400-page books in which wealthy 84-year-old Oscar-winning directors portray themselves as innocent naifs who just can’t catch a break?

The 2020 books worth reading now
Amber Sparks, Louise Erdrich, James McBride and other beloved authors have delivered standout books this year.

More Editors’ Picks
What life is like under lockdown in northern Italy
Itailian photographer Filippo Venturi's photos paint a psychological portrait of life under lockdown in Italy.

How coronavirus grounded the airline industry
Tens of thousands of flights have been canceled since the outbreak spread beyond China in January.

Calculate how much you’ll get from the $1,200 (or more) coronavirus checks
Over 80 percent of American adults will receive a payment, according to an initial estimate.

From Mexico’s newest superhero to Iran’s most elegant hand-washer: Watch how countries are promoting coronavirus safety
‘A tough place for a tree to live’: D.C. planted nearly 80 trees a day to reach a canopy target. It’s running out of space.
The same economic success that ushered in new residents is threatening to stymie the District’s woodland progress.

‘I am so afraid’: Coronavirus isolation brings grave new hardships for the world’s poor
For some, social distancing mean home workouts and more time in their backyards. Elsewhere, it means confining a family of four in shoebox apartments, crippling loneliness and devastating loss of income.

Jeffrey Bell, GOP Senate candidate and architect of Reaganomics, dies at 74
His political career was bookended by erudite and intriguing, if ultimately unsuccessful, bids for the Senate in New Jersey.

Weekly schedule, past shows
Pelosi announces new select committee to oversee coronavirus response, setting up clash with Trump over $2 trillion law
Now that Congress has passed and President Trump has signed a $2 trillion rescue package for the coronavirus epidemic, oversight of the massive legislation emerges as an early sticking point.

As global coronavirus cases surge past 1 million, nearly a quarter are in the U.S.
The United States makes up a smaller percentage of global coronavirus-related deaths.

Nearly all Americans are under stay-at-home orders. Some may have come too late.
A look at how different states have fared under lockdown.

Wealthy cities have more coronavirus cases — but, in New York, poorer communities are more affected
Data from New York City show how income relates to the spread of the coronavirus — including how income might affect the response.

India confronts its first coronavirus ‘super-spreader’ — a Muslim missionary group with more than 400 members infected
Members of Tablighi Jamaat unwittingly spread the virus across the country.

Live updates: Coronavirus cases exceed 1 million and death toll passes 50,000 worldwide; U.S. unemployment claims soar
Italy, France and Spain have been hit especially hard by the coronavirus outbreak.

European leaders warn coronavirus could lead to the breakup of their union
There’s been bitter infighting over medical supplies and the economic response.

From a restricted Italy, an artist’s eye on the coronavirus
From a restricted Italy, an artist’s eye on the deadly coronavirus outbreak

Which states are resisting tougher coronavirus measures?
The White House signaled Tuesday that it will continue to defer to states like Florida about things like stay-at-home orders. Meanwhile, the situations in some of these states are deteriorating.

As pandemic and stay-at-home orders spread, so does alcohol consumption
More people seems to be using liquor as a way to cope with their stress during the outbreak. Experts warns that’s not a good way to deal with such anxiety.

Protective gear in national stockpile is nearly depleted, DHS officials say
As coronavirus outbreak intensifies, the government’s emergency stockpile of masks, gloves and other medical supplies is nearly exhausted.

U.S. coronavirus deaths surge past 4,600 as officials start to compare struggle with Italy’s outbreak
Sobering predictions about the future of the coronavirus in the United States show that each day will bring more suffering than the last.

The Health 202: Age or illness makes one-quarter of Americans more vulnerable to coronavirus complications
Cases are spiking in places where people are older and sicker.

Mask shortages are outrageous. The federal government needs to do better.
Lack of N95 masks, other equipment in emergency rooms and hospitals put our medical workers in unnecessary danger.

Q&A: Can I go outside? Should I wear a mask? Plus other coronavirus questions answered.
The latest advice on staying safe during the coronavirus pandemic.

The scramble for the rapid coronavirus tests everybody wants
Abbott Labs to send first of its new coronavirus tests to beleaguered Detroit, as companies and research institutions scramble to come up with tests that the FDA will allow to detect the COVID-19 virus.

I didn’t have a quarantine plan when I got covid-19. Trust me: You’ll want one.
When you get sick, you need to be able to protect your household — while still getting help.

Bookstores are ‘essential businesses.’ Let us stay open — safely.
Now more than ever, people need access to books.

Some evangelicals deny the coronavirus threat. It’s because they love tough guys.
White evangelical conservatives don’t take the novel coronavirus seriously because they believe in a muscular Christianity.

Yes, Russia spreads coronavirus lies. But they were made in America.
Domestic production of misinformation is booming.

24 hours inside the lives upended by coronavirus in the nation’s capital
In a city defined by power, a virus has seized control

Delays in overhauling D.C. unemployment site add to turmoil of coronavirus layoffs
D.C. officials promised a new site last summer. Instead, they have a balky, outdated one from the early 2000s.

Live updates: Jobless claims skyrocket in the D.C. area; mayor tells hospitals city needs 3,600 more beds for surge
See the latest coronavirus developments Thursday in the Washington region.

Federal government gave D.C. a fraction of what it sought to fight coronavirus
Area officials express frustration as number of cases, deaths and unemployment claims spike.

Olympic officials face a logistical nightmare, from half a world away
With a new countdown on, the IOC tries to facilitate Tokyo Games from Switzerland.

Outside Nationals Park, I saw what you’d expect. It still felt deflating.
Home openers are usually for new beginnings. We could have used one.

Virginia QB Brennan Armstrong preparing for first season as starter without spring practice
Redshirt sophomore is in line to take over for record-setting Bryce Perkins after two seasons as an understudy.

In a suddenly barren sports landscape, D.C. United Coach Ben Olsen embraces family, hope
The longtime coach says "the league will be just fine when we get through this, just like our country will be just fine.”

Grocery shopping during the coronavirus: Wash your hands, keep your distance and limit trips
The advice is the same as for any time spent outside the home.

A century after art deco’s birth, designers say we’re due for a revival
Why the familiar style of art, architecture and design with a sometimes-wacky blend of historic and futuristic influences is still beloved.

Freshen up your earthy whole grains with a spring bounty of carrots and herbs
Pairs nicely with roasted chicken, kebabs or mezze platter.

Carolyn Hax: Her fiance is pressuring her to change her name
There’s a name or two for guys like him.

Performers are among the most vulnerable victims of our newly shuttered world
“This came out of nowhere and it came quickly,” says local actor Evan Casey.

A great artist’s life was interrupted by internment. Now an exhibition of his work is interrupted by a virus.
The Smithsonian’s Chiura Obata exhibition is still inspiring, even off view.

Escapist reads: New and upcoming mysteries and thrillers
Get caught up in the intrigue and exotic locales, courtesy of John Grisham, Sara Paretsky and more.

Never mind the Brits, here are five American novels perfect for ‘Masterpiece’ treatment
Sure, Jane Austen and E.M. Forster wrote great costume dramas, but let’s not overlook the works of Twain and other Americans.

Everybody seems to be using Zoom. But its security flaws could leave users at risk.
Weddings, funerals, company layoffs, kindergarten classes and official government meetings have all been streamed through Zoom since the coronavirus contagion has shut down group gatherings. But the company’s dramatic growth has come with a crisis of its own: An uproar over security, privacy and harassment concerns.

The Last of Us 2 and Iron Man VR delayed due to coronavirus pandemic
This could be the beginning of many more delays prompted by the global pandemic.

Modern Warfare 2’s remaster needs a little Spec Ops to justify its existence
The campaign was alright, but the multiplayer made the game. And it's absent from this one.

The Technology 202: State unemployment websites are crashing amid record number of claims
The websites are ill-equipped to handle the drastic economic downturn from coronavirus.

Some airlines and hotels suspend redemption options for loyalty programs
Companies are removing gift cards but keeping flights and hotel rooms.

Preparing a property for sale: How to put the best place forward
Smart, cost-efficient updates and choosing the right agent can yield a higher return

Insurers knew the damage a viral pandemic could wreak on businesses. So they excluded coverage.
Lessons learned from the 2002-2003 SARS outbreak led insurance companies to exclude coverage for many of the losses suffered today by businesses.

Trump says Saudis and Russians will not hike oil production, and price jumps
The president said he had talked with Russian and Saudi leaders this week and expects them to call off their price war.

Kevin Duffy, judge who presided over terrorism trials, dies at 87 of coronavirus
He sentenced the defendants — including the bombers of the World Trade Center in 1993 — to prison for the rest of their lives.

Adam Schlesinger, Fountains of Wayne and ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ songwriter, dies at 52 from coronavirus
He also wrote the title song for the 1996 movie “That Thing You Do!” and the Tony number “It’s Not Just for Gays Anymore,” performed by Neil Patrick Harris.

Ellis Marsalis, pianist and patriarch of jazz dynasty, dies of coronavirus at 85
He was a noted teacher and the patriarch of America’s first family of jazz.

Shane Green, technology entrepreneur, dies at 49
He was an advocate of Internet privacy and most recently created a company to level the playing field between consumers and powerful market researchers.

 10 minutos
 Mujer Actual
 El Jueves
 Casa Estilo
 Elle Deco
 Mujer 21
 Revista Glamour
Aadir a Favoritos

  Copyright Portal Mundo World, S.L. | Aviso Legal
Todos los derechos reservados
Gestion y Marketing en Internet

Página de Inicio
El Tiempo
La Bolsa
Noticia del da
ltima hora
Subastas B2B
B2B (Comercio)
Anuncios clasificados
Prensa Nacional
Prensa Rosa
Prensa Internacional
Mundo Cultural
Agenda Cultural
Reservar Alojamientos
Test de Velocidad