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The Economist

John Steinbeck was born #OnThisDay 1902. “Of Mice and Men” remains pertinent—especially in Texan courts econ.st/2lBzwXO
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The average immigration case in America has been open for 677 days #Factoftheday econ.st/2lqNysw
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We break down the numbers behind the global fashion industry
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Our quote of the day is from writer Spike Milligan
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The changing face of the global fashion industry. WATCH:
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Actress Elizabeth Taylor was born #OnThisDay 1932. Her stardom came at a price econ.st/2lNGdXj
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Up to half the planet's oxogyn comes from the ocean and the corals within. VIDEO: econ.st/2loFTh0
Wow. They read out the wrong title. "Moonlight" won Best Picture (good choice, Academy) econ.trib.al/WuA0lIC
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“La La Land”—Damien Chazelle’s candy-coloured tribute to Tinseltown—wins Best Picture, its 7th Oscar of the night econ.trib.al/ajFDpBK
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Adding to her Golden Globe, BAFTA and SAG awards, Emma Stone takes the Best Actress Oscar for “La La Land” econ.trib.al/lafPD3k
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Casey Affleck wins the Academy Award for actor in a leading role, “Manchester by the Sea”
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“Lovingly crafted schmaltz”: “La La Land” wins the Academy Award for best cinematography #Oscars econ.trib.al/yOpTiWL
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Having been nominated in 2009 and 2012, Viola Davis wins her first Oscar for “Fences”
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We're planning to expand The Economist’s line-up of e-mail newsletters, and we'd like to know what you think econ.st/2lhU05a
Mahershala Ali wins Best Supporting Actor for “Moonlight” #Oscars2017 econ.trib.al/VpfUvYm
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Germany is in for a clearer ideological clash than in any recent election. This could be good for Martin Schulz econ.st/2lPdUb5
Some fear Russian influence is growing because the EU is too consumed with its own problems to pay attention econ.st/2lduv4P
Many Latin American governments are failing in their most basic task: to keep their citizens safe econ.st/2lOJ6Hj
In Texas, wrongfully convicted individuals are awarded $80,000 for every year in prison. In Wisconsin, it's $5,000 econ.st/2kV63JL
Corals—the largest organism on the planet—are rapidly dying. But genetic engineering may yet save them
At issue is the Obama administration's decision in 2012 to hoover up all of Fannie and Freddie's profits econ.st/2lRCR5O
Is the world caught in a vicious circle due to the "clean-energy paradox"? econ.st/2lNH1ez
Victor Hugo was born #OnThisDay 1802. How he came to write “Les Misérables”, his magnum opus econ.st/2lgAcPA
Which novel has been adapted to film more than any other? Take our weekly quiz econ.st/2lNHSMc
Might Donald Trump's promise to shake up America's trade policy extend to its statistics? econ.st/2lhg4g8
 
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