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Birth of the Fake Pelosi Story • Limited information, unintentional misreporting and bad actors on social media turned the Pelosi attack into a false narrative
Ending Cuban Sanctions: ‘It’s the Right Thing to Do’ • In an exclusive interview, Cuba’s top diplomat calls the U.S. embargo ‘lethal,’ urging President Biden to ‘change this situation with a signature’
After Affirmative Action • THE SUPREME COURT IS EXPECTED TO RULE RACIAL PREFERENCES IN COLLEGE ADMISSIONS ARE UNCONSTITUTIONAL. HOW WILL THAT CHANGE AMERICAN SCHOOLS—AND SOCIETY?
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Delectable Local Desserts • Desserts can be a sweet, lasting memory of an extraordinary travel experience. When the hosts of Newsweek’s Fast Women podcast travel, we don’t leave finding the best pastries in town to chance. Instead, we ask the locals which restaurant, shop or stand makes the very best; the hotel concierge is often a great resource, too. From coffee cake at Olsen’s Danish Village Bakery in California to milkshakes at Diesel & Crème in South Africa or Sacher Torte at the Café Sacher in Austria, the sweet treats on this list are some of our favorites around the globe—and well worth a trip to discover.
Bringing Almost Famous to Broadway • The creators and cast of the new musical talk about turning a beloved movie into a live show