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What’s Next For Big Gretch? Democrats are crazy about Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. Will her popularity sweep her into the Oval Office?

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Taking the Heat After countless bank robberies, two prison escapes, and several heists inspired by Michael Mann movies, the notorious French gangster Rédoine Faïd is back on trial

Do All Roads Really Lead to Rome? A female writer with no interest whatsoever in the Roman Empire takes stock of the viral social-media trend—and women’s response to it

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My Favorite Things Known for her casually elegant jewelry, the Parisian jeweler Aurélie Bidermann reveals her essentials of choice, from refined office supplies to the perfect weekend bag

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Just the Facts In Collision of Power, newspaper editor Martin Baron revisits the media’s covering of Donald Trump and Jeff Bezos’s purchase of The Washington Post

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Heaven on Wheels A new book offers a dazzling survey of the most exceptional cars ever designed, from a Corvette Sting Ray to an Aston Martin Valkyrie, to a BMW Isetta micro-car

Forever on the Wild Side A new biography by Will Hermes surveys the life of Lou Reed, the enigmatic rock ‘n’ roll luminary

Murder, They Wrote This month’s best mysteries feature aging sleuths, from the latest in Richard Osman’s Thursday Murder Club series to a new Agatha Christie Poirot book. Plus: the best TV shows to go with them

Searching the Webb A new book about the jeweler David Webb reveals the inspirations behind the master’s modern designs

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Postcard from the Cotswolds Pack your bags: this week, AIR SUPPLY is taking a trip to the Cotswolds, with cozy home décor and finely crafted British wardrobe essentials, from leather-lined Wellies to the consummate flannel jacket

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Daddy Issues The Steve Jobs and Leonardo da Vinci biographer Walter Isaacson reveals what drew him to Elon Musk—and what the key was to understanding him

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