“Although” in the news

Example collocations

although he did
although many
although most
although no
although not

Publications and example sentences

· Christo, artist known for massive, fleeting displays, dies at 84  
Although their large scale outdoor and indoor projects were collaborative, they were all credited solely to Christo until 1994, when they revealed Jeanne-Claude’s contributions.
The New York Times
· Despite Warnings, Races Continue at a N. Carolina Speedway  
Although no filming or videotaping for television was allowed, the operators posted their own short video on Instagram of a field of 19 cars in one of the events.
· Brazil's Bolsonaro rallies supporters as US sends unproven drug  
Protected by bodyguards, he approached the crowd without touching them, although he did pick up two children and put them on his shoulders, and briefly mounted a police horse, to the crowd's delight.
Seeking Alpha
· Colgate-Palmolive Is A Buy  
Although I’m not a technician, I would note that the shares seem to have relatively long term support at this price per the following:
The New York Times
· Norman Lamm, 92, Dies; Rescued Yeshiva U. From Brink of Bankruptcy  
Although Rabbi Lamm never said so, the suspicion was that the research had to do with developing weapons to be used in Israel’s 1948 War of Independence.
The China Post
· More journalists injured covering George Floyd protests  
Although the situation is fluid and developing, the RTDNA has counted more than 60 incidents across the country in the past 48 hours in which reporters have been, “injured, assaulted or harassed by either protesters or police officers.”
The Wall Street Journal
· How to Fix the Paycheck Protection Program  
Although the economic devastation from Covid-19 is shocking, many businesses...
The Wall Street Journal
· ‘Breath’ Review: Eager Breather  
And while grounded in science, the book is also something of a spiritual quest, although ultimately a debatable one.
The New York Times
· Anti-Lockdown Rebels Don’t Get to Choose Their Own Constitution  
The Second Amendment’s primary goal, which the Supreme Court’s modern jurisprudence has written out of it, was to avert the need for a standing army, although it is also true that the founding generation believed a disarmed populace would encourage tyranny by making rebellion impossible.
Seeking Alpha
· 5 Things I Like About Stitch Fix  
Although SFIX is a young company with a limited track record, I suspect the long-term value of a customer is extraordinarily high and that the value is back-loaded while the costs are front-loaded.