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President Emmanuel Macron's effort to raise France's retirement age has sparked violent protest throughout the country. @CarolineConnan reports trib.al/weeAeoQ
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“We’re sitting on a billion dollar-plus brand here.” @livrockeman writes about how Urban Outfitters is betting big on Nuuly, its fast-growing rental clothing platform trib.al/tdn52lu
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If you think Wordle is fun, Spelling Bee is right up your alley. nyti.ms/3njSvZi
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The authorities are continuing to search for the cause of a powerful explosion that ripped through a chocolate factory in West Reading, Pennsylvania, on Friday, killing at least four people. Officials said Sunday that at least three people remain missing. nytimes.com/2023/03/24/us/…
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For nearly 100 years, Mexico City residents have enjoyed jacarandas that bloom as spring begins. The colorful purple flowers are the living legacy of one of the first Japanese immigrants to come to Latin America as a free man. nyti.ms/3z5Rjeu
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After losing his sight, architect Chris Downey designed the LightHouse to help blind and visually-impaired people navigate life. He talks through the design details with @FryRsquared trib.al/GwqYsZt
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Find out how the worlds of money and politics intersect in the US capital. 📩 Sign up for Bloomberg Washington Edition and get exclusive coverage delivered to your inbox:bloomberg.com/account/newsle…r6
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On the new episode of Zero, @AkshatRathi asks @IEA executive director @fbirol this question: What are the three most important numbers in energy right now? Listen to the full interview and subscribe to the podcast Apple: apple.co/3y28Q7c Spotify: spoti.fi/3E4ynQV
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If you are a blue­-collar worker in an industry that operates in shifts, for example, flexibility sounds less like nirvana and more like chaos: econ.st/40xnQpr
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“They rode it out and they made it.” A resident of Silver City, Mississippi, described how her relatives, including her grandmother, hunkered down behind a door during the deadly storm system that tore through the area. nytimes.com/live/2023/03/2…
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Nuuly, started in 2019, already has 150,000 subscribers and $130 million in sales. Here's why Urban Outfitters is betting big on its fast-growing rental clothing brand trib.al/9EasOk8
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Methane has 80 times the global warming power of carbon dioxide, and huge amounts spew into the atmosphere daily. @kalpenn breaks down why fixing methane leaks is one of the cheapest ways to slow global warming. Watch more: bloom.bg/3Jfhq92
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What does Xi Jinping want from Vladimir Putin? Read why big questions loomed behind the Chinese leader’s trip to Moscow: econ.st/3nkK3ZP Illustration: KAL
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Theatre is always a tightrope walk. A new “Guys & Dolls” in London raises the rope: econ.st/3z6DKM2
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Light, spring-y, and very quick to come together. Dried seaweed lends a quiet savoriness to this simple asparagus rigatoni. nyti.ms/3n4h8ZH
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In an attempt to remove the risk of sudden collapses in the wake of Silicon Valley Bank, and make the financial system safer, policymakers may in the long run have done just the opposite econ.st/3K6TvZw
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"Yum and healthy." This creamy vegetarian soup recipe is almost entirely hands-off, making it very doable on a weekday. nyti.ms/3neVamF
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Nuuly, started in 2019, already has 150,000 subscribers and $130 million in sales. Here's why Urban Outfitters is betting big on its fast-growing rental clothing brand trib.al/SRHaBIS
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"Despite many years of legal discussions, it's clear that there were not sharp and shared understandings in the marketplace," says Former US Treasury Secretary @LHSummers of today's global markets. Tune into “Wall Street Week”, airing Fridays at 6pm ET trib.al/VaWCVYq
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Your Birkenstocks are gross. It’s time to clean them. Here's how — and how not — to clean, maintain, and protect your sandals so they last for years to come. nyti.ms/3JVU34k
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Here’s how tofu is made at Fong On, New York City’s oldest family-owned tofu shop. Full video: nyti.ms/3THMqBN
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This couple toiled for decades to maintain their 835-year-old medieval estate and not go broke. They can't take it much longer. But will it sell? nyti.ms/3Zg480A
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🎧 John McAfee’s death was ruled a suicide by Spanish authorities. But almost immediately, conspiracy theories began to swirl. On the season finale of Foundering: a look at the circumstances surrounding McAfee’s deathtrib.al/mmTK3V694
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Inspired by orange roll recipes from the 1910s and ’20s, these citrusy cinnamon rolls feel like an easy-like-Sunday-morning breakfast from simpler times. nyti.ms/3lDsALn
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In West Texas, @kalpenn meets the founder of a fossil fuel company who realized fixing methane leaks was a huge financial opportunity. Presented by @GM Watch all episodes of Getting Warmer bloom.bg/3Jfhq92
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In West Texas, @kalpenn meets the founder of a fossil fuel company who realized fixing methane leaks was a huge financial opportunity. Presented by @GM Watch all episodes of Getting Warmer bloom.bg/3Jfhq92
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China’s foreign policy is changing. Xi Jinping aims to remake the existing world order. This will appeal to some countries—but do not underestimate the perils: econ.st/3LPn6If
Two theories have emerged: the “zoonotic” hypothesis, and the “lab leak” theory. Which is right? econ.st/3LPi5iN
Wistful Woman Wonders If This Could Be The One She’ll Sleep With For Few Weeks Before Losing Interest bit.ly/40byvpY
Methane has 80 times the global warming power of carbon dioxide, and huge amounts spew into the atmosphere daily. @kalpenn breaks down why fixing methane leaks is one of the cheapest ways to slow global warming. Watch more: bloom.bg/3Jfhq92
‘Just Take It Slow, And You’ll Be Fine,’ Drunk Driver Assures Self While Speeding Away In Stolen Police Car bit.ly/42z3XjA
On the new episode of Zero, @AkshatRathi asks @IEA executive director @fbirol this question: What are the three most important numbers in energy right now? Listen to the full interview and subscribe to the podcast Apple: apple.co/3y28Q7c Spotify: spoti.fi/3E4ynQV
Party Reaches Point Where Toilet Somewhat But Not Completely Clogged bit.ly/40saMSj
There’s nothing fancy about this traditional brisket, but that’s what makes it perfect. It’s fall-apart tender with loads of caramelized onions. nyti.ms/3Jp1gbU
Everything On Menu So Tempting bit.ly/3FKJYoq
Children React To Loosened Child Labor Laws bit.ly/3yQHtwP
The Great Salt Lake has lost almost two thirds of its total volume since 1985. 2022 was a record-breaking low. nyti.ms/3lHt6YR
Retweeted by The New York Times
Marina Ovsyannikova was a journalist for Russian state TV. But soon after the invasion of Ukraine, she stormed a live broadcast of Russia’s most-watched news show with a sign reading: “Stop the war. Don’t believe the propaganda. They’re lying to you here.”nyti.ms/42FyZGE
Man Endures Crippling Agony Of Proper Posture bit.ly/3Z23Ytz
Police Say Conditions Too Nippy To Rescue Missing Hiker bit.ly/3JDyG6r
Man Stuck In Dead-End Body bit.ly/3JZhj0n
Drone footage shows the destruction in Rolling Fork, Mississippi, after a deadly and powerful storm system hit late Friday. At least 23 people were killed in Mississippi, and one was killed in Alabama. Emergency officials said dozens more were injured. nytimes.com/live/2023/03/2…
If you think Wordle is fun, Spelling Bee is right up your alley. nyti.ms/3TCJeHw
Divorced Friend Burning Through New Hobbies At Unsustainable Rate bit.ly/3nc0JCy
The country’s peculiar mix of emollience and belligerence raises several questions. Is Iran turning over a new leaf? What accounts for its apparent inconsistency? And how will its confusing conduct affect the region and the world? econ.st/3TDQkfb
It’s not always the case that Instagram-famous dishes are carefully calibrated to taste great, but this famous egg salad sandwich breaks the mold: It’s as pretty as it is delicious. nyti.ms/3lDgrWN
Stain On Bus Seat Hopefully Just Cum bit.ly/3TtR06y
The town of Rolling Fork appeared to be the center of the destruction after a deadly tornado ripped through the central part of Mississippi on Friday, killing at least 23 people. nytimes.com/live/2023/03/2…
“What we say in Ivrea is that the only orange that’s wasted is the one we don’t throw.” Welcome to the Battle of the Oranges, a 3-day-long food fight where citizens of a small northern Italian town throw 900 tons of oranges (yes, oranges) at one another. nyti.ms/40m5gAD
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