Gag Rule Goes Into Effect (But We're All Focused on The Squad)

  • GAG RULE: The Trump administration started enforcing the federal gag rule this week, which bars organizations like Planned Parenthood that receive federal funding through Title X, from discussing abortion as an option with folks, Politico reports. Planned Parenthood said it has limited emergency funds that it can use to tide it over while it dukes it out with the administration in court.

  • THIRDLOVE: Thirdlove, which is considered Victoria's Secret's biggest competitor, is opening a pop-up shop, Bloomberg reports.

  • MONEY TALKS: Vox's The Goods launched a new feature this week called Money Talks, which is all about the intersection of money and relationships.Check it out.

  • EPSTEIN BANKING: Deutsche Bank was the financial institution facilitating Jeffrey Epstein's financial business, Bloomberg reports. The bank severed ties with Epstein just this year. Related: Hedge-fund billionaire Glenn Dubin and his wife Eva Dubin (a model-turned-doctor), had financial, social and philanthropic ties to Epstein, Business Insider reports. Yikes.

  • WEWORK: WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann has cashed out of his WeWork stake just before the company lists itself publicly, the Wall Street Journal reports.

  • SQUAD FOREVER: We love the Squad, that is all.