This Is the Guy Who’s Taking Away the Instagram Likes

On a recent afternoon, Adam Mosseri, the head of Instagram, assembled members of his staff to discuss the secret details of a critical project: the elimination of public “likes.” You’ll be able to see how many hearts your posts get, dear user, but not other people’s tallies. The effort is referred to internally as “Project…

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Jean Paul Gaultier’s Upcoming Runway Show Will Be His Last

Pascal Le SegretainGetty Images Jean Paul Gaultier is preparing to say goodbye to the runway. The prolific French fashion designer—known for his edgy and daring take on haute couture—announced on Twitter today that his upcoming couture show in Paris will also be his last. “This show celebrating 50 years of my career will also be…

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Must-Have Foods in Your Pantry if You Want Delicious Snacks

Whether you are having an intense midnight snack craving or are expecting guests, it comes in handy to have enough cooking ingredients in your house. This way, you can easily whip up something delectable as quickly as possible. Wonder what food items you should always have in your kitchen if you want yummy and filling…

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Three U.S. Airports to Check Passengers for a Deadly Chinese Coronavirus

Airports in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles will begin screening passengers arriving from Wuhan, China, for infection with a mysterious respiratory virus that has killed two people and sickened at least 45 overseas, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on Friday. Most people with the infection are believed to have contracted…

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$8 Billion Verdict in Drug Lawsuit Is Reduced to $6.8 Million

A Philadelphia judge on Friday slashed an $8 billion jury verdict in a lawsuit over the marketing of the antipsychotic drug Risperdal, reducing the punitive damages to $6.8 million. The verdict, in October, was the first to award punitive damages against Janssen Pharmaceuticals, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary. It found that the company had played…

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The Real Fashion Trend of Glenda Bailey’s Bazaar

On Feb. 28, when Glenda Bailey stands in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs of the Louvre, presiding over the opening of a new photography retrospective, “Harper’s Bazaar: First in Fashion,” it will mark her final act as editor of the storied magazine. Hearst, the publication’s owner, announced on Wednesday her move to become a “global…

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Medicare’s Part D Doughnut Hole Has Closed! Mostly. Sorta.

With the new decade comes this long-awaited milestone: the Medicare Part D doughnut hole has closed. Two cheers. More than 61 million Americans are Medicare beneficiaries, and about 46 million of those are enrolled in Part D. The doughnut hole, more formally called the coverage gap, has been one of Part D’s more detested features…

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You Hate to See It—Wide Belts Are Back With a Vengeance

Have you ever met an accessory that peaked in high school, felt so purposeless that it had an existential crisis, took out a loan for grad school, and now the only time you think about it is when it resurfaces in a questionable Facebook meme? That was the life and death of of the wide…

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Life’s Best Dinners

Hello, Five Weeknight Dishes readers! I’m honored that Emily asked me to show up for her in this space. (She’s on leave for the next few months.) I take the responsibility of choosing weeknight-friendly recipes seriously. Years of food writing, and cooking for my own family after work, have taught me a lot of brilliant…

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