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Score One for the Gig Economy • Companies like Uber and Lyft are cheering the passage of a new California law they say will save jobs and boost pay for drivers. But guess who the only clear winners are?
Facebook Is a ‘Super-Spreader’ of Election Misinformation • False claims about voting and election security are flourishing on Facebook, despite the platform’s pledge to curb such content
LEAVE SECTION 230 ALONE • Both Republicans and Democrats want to change the law to make it harder for social media companies to take posts down. Would that create more freedom of speech or less?
REFORM SECTION 230 NOW
BIDEN’S FIRST 100 DAYS • The President-elect wanted to come into office with FDR-like gusto. A DIVIDED COUNTRY and SPLIT CONGRESS now have him rethinking those plans
WORLD’S BEST SPECIALIZED HOSPITALS 2021 • Picking the right place for specialized care is one of the most important medical decisions you can make. Here are the premier institutions in three key treatment areas.
Sound & Vision • Musician and producer Brian Eno’s new album Film Music 1976–2020 is a collection of his soundtracks for movies ranging from the obscure and avant-garde to big-budget Hollywood hits
Travel Like 007: James Bond Locations Around the World • Are you a die-hard James Bond fan mourning the death of the original on-screen secret agent, Sean Connery? Tired of waiting for the next movie in the franchise, delayed yet again by the pandemic? In tribute to Connery, and while waiting for No Time To Die, take a virtual tour of filming locations from classic Bond movies through the years. Known for his tuxedos, shaken-not-stirred martinis, Aston Martin luxury motorcars and gadgets (courtesy of Q), the British spy—portrayed by six different actors on film, beginning with Connery in 1962—has consistently foiled villains in adventures set in far-flung, exotic locales.