In the Age of the Yellow Vests, Designer Jeans. Really?

PARIS — The Yellow Vests are back in France — albeit not quite in the same numbers as the social and economic inequality protesters once rallied. The world’s oldest travel company just closed in Britain, putting about 21,000 people out of work. There’s so much nervousness about a looming recession, the ’70s seem to be…

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Medical News Today: Hospital data breaches could lead to identity theft, financial fraud

Hackers do not always target retail stores and banks; they also target hospitals. By doing so, they can obtain a significant amount of extremely sensitive information. New research examines the information that may leak during hospital data breaches. Recent research identifies what types of information hackers steal during a hospital data breach. Researchers from Michigan…

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Medical News Today: Cats bond with caregivers just as much as babies and dogs

The first empirical study on the connection between cats and their caregivers refutes felines’ chilly image. New research examines how cats form attachments. While the attachment that dogs form to their owners is obvious, the same is not always true of cats. Indeed, cats have a reputation for being independent, even indifferent, and people have…

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A ‘Grand Séducteur,’ With Politicians and the Press

Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together. PARIS — Jacques Chirac will be remembered by many people for his refusal to join the American war against Iraq in 2003 and his failure to revive a weak French economy. I remember him for…

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George Santiago Jr., David Dovnarsky

George Santiago Jr. and Dr. David Karl Dovnarsky were married Sept. 27 at the Manhattan Marriage Bureau. Joey Tai, a member of the New York city clerk’s staff, officiated. Dr. Santiago (left), 59, is a higher-education consultant, and was until 2017 the president of TCI College of Technology, which was in Manhattan. He graduated from…

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Theresa Incampo, Dillard Taylor

Theresa Ann Incampo and John Dillard Taylor are to be married Sept. 29 at Bar Lurcat, a restaurant in Minneapolis. Richard J. Bresnahan, a friend of the groom’s family who became a Universal Life minister for the event, is to officiate. The couple met at Trinity College in Hartford, from which both graduated, she summa…

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Jennifer Cuminale, Jay Russell

Jennifer Anne Cuminale and Jamieson Ford Russell were married Sept. 28 at the First Congregational Church of Greenwich in Greenwich, Conn. The Rev. Patrick Collins, a United Church of Christ minister, performed the ceremony. Mrs. Russell, 32, is an associate vice president and the manager of public relations and communications at the Christie’s auction house…

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Michael Foote, Bradley Sherburne

Michael Charles Foote and Bradley Stephen Sherburne were married Sept. 28. William J. Weiner, a friend of the couple and a Universal Life minister, officiated at Founders Landing, a park in Southold, N.Y. Mr. Foote (left), 31, is a development director at N.Y.U. and is also a lawyer in private practice in New York. He…

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Frances Cheever, Andrew Ong

Frances Sargent Cheever and Andrew Shichen Ong were married Sept. 28 at the Pittsburgh Golf Club in Pittsburgh. Nora Barry Fischer, a senior district judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, officiated. Ms. Cheever, 36, works in Menlo Park, Calif., as a senior associate for Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe,…

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