UK Lawmakers Criticize Own Procurement Practices, China’s Lending Rate Reform, Hot or Not (Coffee Edition)

UK lawmakers seek to overhaul their public procurement practices, criticizing current practices as inefficient and overpriced.

China’s new interest rate reform will eliminate the current floor on lending rates for commercial banks, moving towards more market-driven credit pricing.

Seven paintings by Matisse, Monet, Picasso, and others, stolen in October from a Rotterdam museum, may have been burned by a suspect’s mother, Olga Dogaru, in an attempt to destroy the evidence.

Heat wave induced delirium is the excuse for bringing back “Hot or Not”—the coffee snob edition.

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