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Singapore Wins Praise For Its COVID-19 Strategy. The U.S. Does Not

Around the world, different countries have responded differently to the coronavirus crisis — with dramatically different results.

The New York Times' exposé of star litigator David Boies' efforts against Jeffrey Epstein's estate and social circle took inspiration from a source who appears to have lied. Did the reporting hold up? Carlo Allegri/Reuters hide caption

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'The New York Times,' The Unreliable Source And The Exposé That Missed The Mark

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After weeks of turmoil over the economic toll of the coronavirus, U.S. stock indexes entered a bear market, signaling an end to their 11-year winning streak. Bryan R. Smith/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Dow Plunges 2,300 Points: Stocks In Meltdown As Panic Selling Continues

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