Hello, Insiders. This is Jennifer H. Cunningham, editor in chief of the news division. Our newsroom has been all over the breaking news that a grand jury voted to indict former President Donald Trump. We’re covering reactions from key players — including Trump himself — and we’re looking at what happens next in the criminal case. Be sure to stay up to date on the latest news with our live blog.
Jamie Dimon to the rescue. The JPMorgan Chase CEO helped save the banking industry in 2008 — and now, with the failure of Silicon Valley Bank, he’s found himself once again working to help contain a crisis. Here’s how this time might be different.
A $38 million LA palace is in a rush to be sold to avoid the new California ‘Mansion Tax.’ A new tax, going into effect April 1, will tack millions in expenses onto some of the states’ priciest real-estate transactions — so homeowners are in a rush to sell. Check out one of the mansions here.
Inside a shake-up at the world’s ‘most feared law firm.’ John Quinn, the founder of Quinn Emanuel, opens up about a tumultuous period for the world’s largest litigation firm, and what’s next. Read our story here.
The top 10 cities Americans are looking to move to. Florida’s sunny climate is a huge draw — half of the cities on this list are in the Sunshine State. See the full list.
Therapists recommend against letting teens have their own (tiny) house. We talked to a family living in a tiny-house village where two teens had their own tiny houses growing up. But experts on adolescents told us they’d recommend more supervision. More on that here.
A Twitter user claims GPT-4 saved their dog’s life. After their dog received treatment for a tick-borne disease, the user claims their pet’s condition worsened — but the vet couldn’t diagnose it. So they tried describing symptoms to GPT-4. What happened next.
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World’s largest cruise ship
Step aboard the world’s largest cruise ship. Royal Caribbean’s Wonder of the Seas can hold up to 7,000 guests and has eight different “neighborhoods.” Take a look.
Two giant “holes” appeared on the sun’s surface. They’re called coronal holes and will send solar winds toward Earth, revealing stunning Northern Lights. Watch to find out why this happens — and what it means.
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