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India

Maurice Tamman

Special Report: A night on the New York subway - Homeless find shelter underground during pandemic

22 Apr 2020

NEW YORK The lights still scream for attention, but on this night Times Square has the feel of an abandoned Hollywood film set. Gone are the hordes of tourists shooting selfies with Elmo and Wonder Woman. Instead, a lone SUV glides by and a passenger's phone glows as she records the scene from the safety of the car.

At-home COVID-19 deaths may be significantly undercounted in New York City

08 Apr 2020

NEW YORK The daily tally of New York City residents who died at home with coronavirus-like symptoms exploded from 45 on March 20 to 241 on April 5, according to Fire Department of New York data - suggesting the city may be significantly undercounting COVID-19 deaths. | Video

How many Americans have coronavirus? New Reuters poll might offer a hint

27 Mar 2020

NEW YORK The official count of coronavirus infections in the United States sits at about 70,000 cases, but a chronic shortage of tests means only a fraction of the people infected are being counted. So how can we know how many Americans actually might have the disease? | Video

How many Americans have coronavirus? New Reuters poll might offer a hint

27 Mar 2020

NEW YORK The official count of coronavirus infections in the United States sits at about 70,000 cases, but a chronic shortage of tests means only a fraction of the people infected are being counted. So how can we know how many Americans actually might have the disease? | Video

Ocean Shock - About this project

31 Oct 2018

NEW YORK This project began with a little moment: Reporter Maurice "Mo" Tamman, who lives on a sailboat in New York Harbor, noticed fish in nearby waters that were normally found farther south. He started digging into the data, and he discovered that marine creatures are fleeing warming seas, in an epic underwater refugee crisis.

Ocean Shock: The climate crisis beneath the waves

30 Oct 2018

To stand at the edge of an ocean is to face an eternity of waves and water, a shroud covering seven-tenths of the Earth.

Special Report - Ocean Shock: Lobster's great migration sets up boom and bust

30 Oct 2018

STONINGTON, Maine A lobster tattoo covers Drew Eaton's left forearm, its pincers snapping at dock lines connecting it to the American flag on his upper arm. The tattoo is about three-quarters done, but the 27-year-old is too busy with his new boat to finish it. | Video

Special Report: Ocean Shock - Portugal mourns sardines' escape to cooler waters

30 Oct 2018

LISBON A priest in a white robe swings an incense burner, leading the way for thousands of marchers as they cram into a winding cobblestone alley decorated with candy-colored streamers in Lisbon's ancient Alfama neighborhood.

Special Report: Ocean Shock - Fish flee for cooler waters, upending lives in U.S. South

30 Oct 2018

WANCHESE, N.C. Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Fortunate Son" drifts from Karroll Tillett's workshop, a wooden shed about half a mile from where he was born.

Ocean Shock: Menus for a warming planet

30 Oct 2018

This series has explored the damaging effects of warming waters in the world's oceans on marine life – and human life. Stressed by this climate change hidden beneath the waves, fish and other marine species are facing enormous disruption.

World News

Five police officers shot, wounded in U.S. protests

At least five U.S. police officers were shot and wounded during violent protests over the death of a black man in police custody, police and media said, hours after President Donald Trump vowed to deploy the military if unrest did not stop.