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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
I wrote about turmoil at the billion dollar women's CEO network Chief, which raises the question: Is trying to get more power for corporate women a worthy goal itself or should the group stand for more?
King Charles III of Britain will travel to Germany on Wednesday for his first trip abroad as monarch with Camilla, the queen consort. He had planned to start the royal tour in France, but that leg was canceled because of the country’s ongoing protests.
King Charles Will Travel to Germany for First Visit as Monarch
Senators are grilling top U.S. financial regulators over recent bank failures and their aftermath, following Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse.

Follow live updates here.
Lawmakers Grill Regulators Over Bank Failures: Live Updates
Thirty million dollars and counting has been poured into the campaign for a swing seat on Wisconsin’s Supreme Court, turning an officially nonpartisan contest into a bare-knuckle political fight. It offers a preview of what might be to come.
Mississippi is one of 10 states, all with Republican-led legislatures, that have rejected federal funding to expand health insurance for the poor. The missing funding has helped drive a full-blown hospital crisis in the state.
Were Going Away: A States Choice to Forgo Medicaid Funds Is Killing Hospitals
The New York Times Retweeted ·  
Many of my sources say that 2018/2019 reg rollbacks at the Fed mattered for Silicon Valley Bank. But when I follow up with the question: "Which rule changes, specifically?" the answers often haven't been super precise.

Until this one. (thread)…
S/o to the Ace Ventura fans who recognized yesterday's Wordle.

🟨🟩 Today's Wordle is also a tricky one. 🟨🟩
The New York Times Retweeted ·  
Latest: Plea negotiations have been underway for a year now in Guantanamo’s Sept. 11 case and the judge and some 9/11 family members are growing impatient.…
It’s been a decade since the pastry chef Dominique Ansel introduced the Cronut. While other trends have come and gone, professional bakers continue to push the limits of what croissants can do.

See some of their creations. 🥐
Heavy rain and mountain snow are returning to California, continuing disruptive weather across the West that has proved deadly and disruptive to millions of people. Up to three feet of snow is forecast for the Sierra Nevada and other high elevations.
California Prepares for More Rain and Snow
In Opinion

The college application process in the U.S. too often fails to do precisely what a new tool from @nytopinion does: encourage students to pause and reflect deeply on what sort of experience they truly want, Frank Bruni writes.
Opinion | Theres Only One College Rankings List That Matters
Breaking News: Alibaba, China’s e-commerce giant, will split into six units. The restructuring is a possible precursor to future public offerings.
Alibaba, Chinas E-Commerce Giant, Will Split Into Six Units
Top U.S. financial regulators will be questioned by lawmakers on Tuesday over the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank as they seek to understand why it was allowed to build up so much risk that it failed.
Silicon Valley Banks Risks Went Deep. Congress Wants to Know Why.
To help Ukrainian soldiers quickly distinguish friend from foe, the U.S. Army has created a set of playing cards with pictures of 52 different NATO-made tanks, armored personnel carriers, trucks, artillery pieces and other weapons, plus two jokers.
A Plan to Lift the Fog of War in Ukraine? Its in the Cards.
Three students and three adults were fatally shot by a heavily armed attacker on Monday at a private Christian elementary school in Nashville, the Police Department said. The shooter was a 28-year-old former student who lived in the area, officials said.
What We Know About the Nashville School Shooting
Breaking News: President Biden invited Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Washington, a day after the Israeli leader delayed plans for a judicial overhaul.
With Judicial Overhaul Paused, U.S. Offers Olive Branch to Netanyahu
AI tools like ChatGPT are confronting white-collar workers more directly than ever. It could make them more productive — or obsolete.

"They're horrified," said the leader of a copywriters' institute.
Tinkering With ChatGPT, Workers Wonder: Will This Take My Job?
A fight over the construction of a police training facility in a patch of woods near Atlanta came to a head when activists breached the site.

How has “Cop City” become a battleground in the U.S. debate over policing? Listen to today’s episode of The
The Fight Over Cop City
The former director of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant gave a harrowing account of abuse of Ukrainian workers and careless practices by the Russians who took control of the facility.

The situation at the plant is growing more precarious.
Breaking News: At least 39 people were killed after a fire broke out at a Mexican migration center near the U.S. border, officials said.
Fire in Mexico Kills at Least 39 in Migration Center Near U.S. Border
After a decade of failed attempts, a self-described shape hobbyist from England suspected that he might have discovered an elusive “einstein” — a shape that tiles a plane but only in a nonrepeating pattern.

A new paper appears to prove his discovery true.
As King Charles III settles into his new role as monarch, so are those who impersonate him. After years of struggling to get bookings and playing second fiddle to other royal impersonators, Charles look-alikes are loving their newfound limelight.
As King Charles Adjusts to Being Center Stage, So Do His Impersonators
“Buy it for life” (BIFL) products allow you to enjoy them over the course of your time on Earth, after which they’ll live on for someone else to appreciate.
Ask Wirecutter: What Are the Best Buy-It-for-Life (and Beyond) Products?
France is bracing for another round of strikes, huge street demonstrations and potentially violent protests against President Emmanuel Macron’s pension overhaul. Neither Macron nor opponents of his plan are ready to back down.
Bracing for More Protests, France Is Caught in a Tense Impasse
Here's a look at some of the highlights worth watching from late-night TV.
Late Night Recaps Donald Trumps Waco Rally
This is the only painter’s multitool that @Wirecutter found that cleans two sizes of roller covers, and it can also open paint cans, scrape old plaster, and crack a beer, among many other tasks.
The Best Painters Multitool
China has long pursued growth by public spending, even after the payoff has faded. Cities in debt are still building more roads, railways and industrial parks — but cutting essential services, our columnist @liyuan6 writes.
Chinas Cities Are Buried in Debt, but They Keep Shoveling It On
Lana Del Rey's ninth album, “Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd,” asks big, earnest questions and isn’t afraid to get messy, our critic writes.
Lana Del Rey Plunges Into the Deep, but Never Abandons the Shallow
Before Benjamin Netanyahu delayed his effort to overhaul the Israeli judiciary, his government was bombarded by warnings from the Biden administration that he was imperiling Israel’s reputation as the true democracy at the heart of the Middle East.
Inside the U.S. Pressure Campaign Over Israels Judicial Overhaul
The International Olympic Committee is set to begin two days of meetings to discuss whether Russian and Belarusian athletes will be allowed to compete in the 2024 Olympics in Paris.

Follow updates.
The Latest: War in Ukraine: Olympic Committee to Discuss Whether Russian Athletes Can Compete in 2024
The U.S. and Japan have reached an agreement over supplies of the critical minerals used to make car batteries. The deal appears to provide a model for resolving recent trade spats between the U.S. and some of its closest allies.
U.S. and Japan Reach Deal on Battery Minerals
“How are our children still dying, and why are we failing them?” said Ashbey Beasley, a mother who was at the scene of the July Fourth mass shooting in Highland Park, Illinois. She went to a news conference on the Nashville school shooting to demand
Highland Park Shooting Survivor Asks: How Is This Still Happening?
The New York Times Retweeted ·  
The initial drone strike came as American forces in northeast Syria were on high alert after 78 attacks by Iran-backed militias since January 2021…
Biden Officials Hold Off on More Airstrikes in Syria, for Now
A heavily armed assailant entered a Christian school in Nashville on Monday and fatally shot three 9-year-old children and three staff members before being shot and killed by the police, the police department said.

Follow live updates.
The New York Times Retweeted ·  
In reply to @Kellen_Browning
Incoming CEO David Risher says he can differentiate the company from Uber. "When I look at the 800-pound gorilla, I see a company that I think is very business-model driven. But we’re going to be customer driven," he said in an interview. Updated story:…
Lyfts Co-Founders to Step Down as Company Struggles
If you have already defeated today’s Wordle, Spelling Bee might be more of a challenge.
Two No. 1 seeds, South Carolina and Virginia Tech, plus Louisiana State and Iowa are headed to the NCAA women’s basketball tournament Final Four.
South Carolina Powers to a Third Straight Final Four. Virginia Tech Makes Its First.
The New York Times Retweeted ·  
The front page of today's New York Times:

Illegal mining is killing the Yanomamis, the Amazon's largest isolated Indigenous group.

Now the new Lula government is trying to save them.

We traveled deep into the Amazon, where we found federal agents, illegal miners and Yanomamis.
🟨🟩 If you solved Wordle 646 in fewer than 4 tries, you have an impressive vocabulary. 🟨🟩
Wordle - A daily word game
The head of the school and the daughter of the church’s pastor were among those who died in the shooting on Monday at the Covenant School in Nashville.
The head of the school and the daughter of the churchs pastor are among the dead.
Whether you’re a competitive athlete, a weekend warrior or a beginner, here are several expert-recommended ways to gauge your fitness that don't involve a scale.
North Carolina on Monday became the 40th state to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, the latest sign of how Republican opposition to the health measure has weakened more than a decade after President Barack Obama signed it into law.
North Carolina Expands Medicaid After Republicans Abandon Their Opposition
The New York Times Retweeted ·  
Chiefsaholic, the Kansas City fan who dressed as a wolf, is said to be on the lam:…
"Props to Wordle. It nearly brought us to our knees, but my kid learned a new word."

Our columnist reviews today’s puzzle.
Gwyneth Paltrow denied a man’s accusation that she crashed into him on a run at the Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah, in 2016. The civil trial entered its second week on Monday.
Officials have vowed that Rolling Fork, Mississippi, ravaged by a tornado, will come back better than ever. But in an area where life was already lived on the margins, just navigating the basics of food, water and shelter can seem almost insurmountable.
Hoping for a Comeback in a Town With Nothing to Come Back To
The New York Times Retweeted ·  
In reply to @NickAtNews
The attacker entered the school by shooting through one of the doors, cops said, and was armed with three guns, including an AR-style rifle, an AR-style pistol and a handgun. At least two were purchased legally in the Nashville area.…
How quickly did you solve today's Mini crossword?
China is emerging as a new heavyweight in providing emergency funds to debt-ridden countries, reflecting its evolving status as an economic superpower at a time of global weakness.
After Doling Out Huge Loans, China Is Now Bailing Out Countries
The New York Times Retweeted ·  
North Carolina on Monday became the 40th state to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, the latest sign of how Republican opposition to the health measure has weakened more than a decade after President Barack Obama signed it into law.…
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