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Few things are as rowdy and reckless as college spring break. Each year swarms of students make a pilgrimage to America’s southern beach towns for a booze-­fuelled week­-long party
Manhattan prosecutors are weighing whether to arrest the former president for covering up hush­-money payments in the waning days of the 2016 presidential campaign to Stephanie Clif­ford (better known by her performing name, Stormy Daniels)
The state’s district lines are consistently ranked as the most gerrymandered in the country. Democrats hope the election on April 4th will help break the stranglehold Republicans have held on its politics
It’s also a sign of a deeper rotsomeness in British publishing. James Bond has even been edited to make him less vile—the literary equivalent of trying to make water less wet
By slashing interest rates, even in the face of galloping prices, Recep Tayyip Erdogan had hoped to turbocharge his country’s economy. Things have not exactly gone according to plan
Ahead of a critical election Turkeys economy is running on borrowed time
Pension reforms, a pay offer and a long-awaited workforce plan are positive. But big questions remain
One reason for the return to relative normality is that violence has largely abated. Yet the trauma of the past two decades cannot easily be wiped away
After 20 years of trauma, Iraq is struggling to recover
The Credit Suisse scenario seems unlikely for Deutsche Bank. But there are other threats
After Credit Suisses demise, attention turns to Deutsche Bank
♦️ Huge protests erupt in Israel after Binyamin Netanyahu, the prime minister, sacks the defence minister.

♦️ First Citizens, an American bank, agrees to buy Silicon Valley Bank.

♦️ Scotland’s ruling party will get a new leader.

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It may be a while before long-acting PREP drugs are widely available in Africa. But they are coming. And with them, eventually, the hope of ending the HIV epidemic on the continent
New drugs may protect girls having sex with older men from HIV
To understand Britain’s relationship with its railways you can analyse learned reports and lengthy histories. But it’s better to read “Thomas the Tank Engine”
Britain is still marked by the mistakes of the Beeching Report
Empowering women in both bedroom and boardroom was her aim. Three-­quarters of her customers were women and 70%, she reckoned, were upper-­middle-­class professionals who found it daring, in a good way, to enter her shops
Boyko Borisov’s tenure as prime minister ended in May 2021 amid massive demonstrations over allegations of corruption. Now the political landscape is shorn of big parties
ChatGPT is transforming the world of language models with its latest upgrade, GPT-4, but does it live up to the hype? @alokjha hears a sceptical view about the latest advancements in AI on “Babbage”
Xi Jinping’s true intentions are hidden in plain sight. While professing neutrality, he has refused to condemn Russia’s invasion or its soldiers’ atrocities
Financial policymakers around the world will be hoping the merged institution succeeds
Switzerlands new megabank is bad news for Swiss bankers
Seven books, and two films, for people curious about financial catastrophe
What to read to understand banking crises
Yet the Uyghurs continue to be persecuted
Any French president who asks his fellow citizens to retire later does so at his peril. Yet Emmanuel Macron’s narrow escape has come at a high political cost
The trouble with Emmanuel Macrons pension victory
The aim of the internship scheme is to find the journalists of the future. Interested? Apply by March 31st
Paid interns on The Economists foreign desk
A bold “Guys & Dolls” holds lessons for the future of theatre
As video games grow, they are eating the media
After 20 years of trauma, Iraq is struggling to recover
What Barbie tells you about near-shoring
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
Why markets can never be made truly safe
The machinery, structure and output of the British state need reform
Drought brought the Darling river to a standstill, depleting its oxygen. But the warming climate is also bringing more extreme precipitation and flooding, which is behind the latest die­-off
Flexible working is about schedules as well as locations
Rule changes to speed up the game are working
Young peo­ple’s surprise over TikTok bans may reveal how differently they view China from their parents
Can Adidas ever catch up with Nike?
Few things are as rowdy and reckless as college spring break. Each year swarms of students make a pilgrimage to America’s southern beach towns for a booze-­fuelled week­-long party
Hailey knew getting an abortion would not be easy. Texas had banned it in almost all cases. So had the nearest states to the east and north. @charlie_mccan reports for 1843 magazine
Because users with strict filters weed out most people who don’t fit their preferences pre-emptively, you might expect them to like many of the remaining candidates. But the data show the opposite
Texas “has a Republican Party that is in full culture-war mode”, says @JohnPrideaux, our US editor. He sets out some of the downsides of the state’s boom, on “Checks and Balance”
Whats behind the boom in Texas?
Across the rich world, property markets look precarious. Few are in as bad shape as this
South Koreas housing crunch offers a warning for other countries
“Ringmaster” is a colourful biography of a wrestling impresario
How the EU should respond to American subsidies
China has not done enough to halt the wildlife trade
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