The Microsoft co-founder urges mask-wearing, sees the nation getting closer to a more normal life.
A global pandemic didn't slow down the tech world at all.
But the Microsoft co-founder hopes next summer will start to resemble normalcy.
The Microsoft co-founder wants you to finish this cruddy year with a good book.
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The Tesla boss is worth $128 billion, but Amazon's Jeff Bezos still holds the crown at $182 billion.
But there's still a tough winter ahead. "Try not to have your family be the last death in this pandemic," the Microsoft co-founder said.
On Gates' new podcast with Rashida Jones, he also compares those who refuse to wear masks to nudists.
Dr. Anthony Fauci will be the first guest on the podcast called Bill Gates and Rashida Jones Ask Big Questions. It's set to premiere Nov. 16.
How to Avoid a Climate Disaster will be published in February 2021.
The billionaire philanthropist, however, says the antibody drugs used on President Trump could significantly curb the death rate for COVID-19 patients.
The tech billionaire writes a poignant tribute to his dad, who was 94 and suffered from Alzheimer's disease.