Heavy headlines for Thursday

"BOOM. Your move, China," crows Food Network Magazine's Sarah Bruning, after reading The New York Timesresponse to Chinese president Xi Jinping (which has earned more than 4,000 shares so far). "A confident regime that considers itself a world leader should be able to handle truthful examination and criticism," the Times editorial board declares. Infinite amounts of burn. But Foreign Policy's Isaac Stone Fish wonders, "If the NYT won't alter its coverage to meet the demands of China, then why for Singapore?" before adding, "To be fair: In the NYT vs Xi Jinping showdown, NYT wins this round." And then Colin Powell offered tips on best etiquette when receiving foreign gifts. Useful.

Expounding on yesterday, welcome to a comet. On that note, here's why women in science are annoyed at Rosetta mission scientist's clothing. Did not notice that yesterday.

For the Washington Post, Barbara Bowman wants to know: "Bill Cosby raped me. Why did it take 30 years for people to believe my story?" Daily Intelligencer's Marin Cogan calls it a "Devastating story."

From TIME, here's more on Spotify, Role Models and The Knicks.

In breaking news, Amazon and Hachette have resolved their dispute. Also falling into this category, that Fifa report is "erroneous", BBC News quotes a lawyer who investigated those corruption claims.

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