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  • Piers Morgan has quit Good Morning Britain after he said on air he did not believe Meghan Markle’s mental health issues led to her contemplating suicide.
  • Almost 50 HuffPost staffers were laid off today in a "bloodbath," and the way they were informed was particularly awful: "According to a recording of the all-hands call obtained by Defector, [BuzzFeed founder and new owner Jonah] Peretti told staffers that if they 'don’t receive an email' by 1:00 p.m. EDT then their jobs are safe."
  • Boulder, Colorado is the new Brooklyn...because they both have Kombucha and artisanal things?
  • Welcome to the Hotel Vaccine in Syracuse, New York—such a lovely place that will vaccinate.
  • People spilled some of their pandemic secrets to The Cut.
  • Billionaire developer Stephen Ross is doing what he can to get to "push moderate Democrats to vote in the June mayoral primary in New York and 'change the future course of the city.'"
  • Norton Juster, the author of classic children's book The Phantom Tollbooth, has died at 91.
  • When will we get to go out for karaoke again?
  • Oof: some would-be parents are demanding surrogates who won't get the COVID-19 vaccine.
  • There are still some people who have been renting WeWork office space in New York during the pandemic.
  • Listen to Lucy Dacus' very good new single "Thumbs."
  • And finally, there is no more sacred bond than the one between a dog and an ice cream truck driver: