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How Russian Fake News Stays on YouTube • Propaganda justifying the Ukraine war proliferated on the platform despite a ban on Russian state-funded media
YOU ARE WHAT YOU JUST ATE • THE NEW SCIENCE OF NUTRITION PROMISES CUSTOMIZED DIETARY RECOMMENDATIONS DESIGNED TO KEEP YOU HEALTHY AND TO WARD OFF DISEASE.
THE WORLD’S BEST HOSPITALS2023 • This year’s expanded ranking of more than 2,300 PREMIER DESTINATIONS for medical care throughout the U.S. and around the globe
Iconic Settings, as Seen in Oscar Winners • Some of the world’s most heralded movies have been set at iconic locations, from museums to military institutions to UNESCO World Heritage Sites and beyond. The locations, along with the actors, help make the scenes they’re featured in a treasured part of Hollywood history. Each of the films here has been part of award history, with at least one—and as many as 11—Academy Awards to its name.
‘I’m Sorry I Chased You With a Booger’ • Lessons on the right way to teach kids to apologize—and grown-ups, too
Six Apology Steps for Kids
Marjorie Ingall & Susan McCarthy • BY MEREDITH WOLF SCHIZER
Bob Fosse’s Dancin’ Comes Home • The iconic choreographer’s singular 1978 show gets its first Broadway revival