The week that was: Caught between safety, restarting economy

NEW YORK (AP) — As countries took small steps toward relaxing restrictions on movement and commerce, lawmakers, citizens and scientists were caught in a debate about how fast to return — and still keep people safe. But when auto workers are producing ventilators instead of cars, millions of children remain at home instead of school and millions more are without jobs, it was clear that a full restart and return to normalcy is still far off.