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Canaries in a Coal Mine • The experiences of COVID long haulers may hold the key to explaining other post-viral illnesses…and vice versa
What CEOs Can Learn from the World Cup • It is not enough to have the best people. They have to be in the right jobs. Figuring that out requires putting conventional wisdom aside and looking at the data
Xi’s Police State—in the U.S. • TO CHOKE DISSENT,CHINA IS RAMPING UP SURVEILLANCE AND HARASSMENT ON AMERICAN SOIL, A NEWSWEEK INVESTIGATION REVEALS
AMERICA’S FAVORITE RESTAURANT CHAINS 2023 • From Pizza to Steak to Sushi, The Best Places for Dining Out
Small-Town Getaways • The world’s largest cities—Tokyo, Shanghai, New York City and Cairo, among others—are filled with reasons to go and famous sites to visit. But going farther afield, living more like a local and exploring the most unique parts of a country’s culture has a different kind of allure. Often, small-town destinations have the advantage of being less expensive, without any compromises on charm. NEWSWEEK’S Fast Women recommend these small towns wholeheartedly—from our own travels, or on the trusted advice of close friends. From the blue-washed buildings in Morocco to wine tasting in Oregon and from roads paved by the Incas to an open-air art gallery on the ancient Silk Road, these out-of-the-way destinations will provide memorable highlights for your next trip.