Headlines edition

Friday headlines: The steaks are high.

Hundreds of thousands are expected to turn out tomorrow for a march in London demanding another vote on Brexit.

If May’s latest deal fails, the EU will back a delay only until April 12.

Over two million people in Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe have been affected by Cyclone Idai. Satellite images show the damage.

Trump meets with the leaders of the Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, and Saint Lucia to tell them to stop taking Chinese money.

An explosion at a chemical plant in China leaves 47 dead, 640 injured.

Try to imagine George W. Bush ripping into the husband of Karen Hughes, who played a role similar to Kellaynne in his White House. Or Barack Obama mocking George McGovern after he died in 2012. It’s inconceivable. Trump’s politics are TMZ politics, and that’s the way he likes it.

See also: An Instagram feed for slime mold fans.

After Rep. Devin Nunes sued @DevinCow, the parody account utterly surpassed the lawmaker in followers. (Kinda milking the situation?)

A lawsuit filed Wednesday says Harvard is profiting from photos of slaves obtained and used without permission.

See also: “The Cases For Reparations: How 2020 Presidential Candidates Address The Issue.”

People who believe that vaccines are unsafe are more likely to believe non-vaccine conspiracy theories.

Your weekly white paper: Discussing an issue with like-minded people makes people hold more extreme views about it.

An article explains how the web fosters communities of aggrieved entitlement, where people heighten “each other’s feelings of group-based grievance.”

"Every type of coin from around the world" gets tested (not really) to see which are magnetic.