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Ocasio-Cortez’s Next Task: Empowering Other Female Outsiders to Win

Ocasio-Cortez’s Next Task: Empowering Other Female Outsiders to Win

After her stunning upset of Representative Joseph Crowley, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez immediately began leveraging her overnight fame to promote other progressive candidates.
City Kitchen: A Soup for All Seasons (Even Summer)

City Kitchen: A Soup for All Seasons (Even Summer)

Ready in a half-hour or so, this minestrone brims with summer vegetables.
Australia Fare: Yatala Pies Has Served Nostalgia for More Than 130 Years. Arguably.

Australia Fare: Yatala Pies Has Served Nostalgia for More Than 130 Years. Arguably.

The pies here are vastly better than the mass-produced kind that dominate the Australian market. That holds true for other options — the sausage rolls are big, their pastry wrapping buttery.

T’s Best Photographs From Couture Week

The most recent runways saw elaborate dresses, A-list models and a Vetements mega-fan.
A Good Appetite: Lamb, Under Fire, and at Its Best

A Good Appetite: Lamb, Under Fire, and at Its Best

Of course you could grill hot dogs and hamburgers this summer, but a butterflied leg of lamb may be even better.
Global Health: In a Rare Success, Paraguay Conquers Malaria

Global Health: In a Rare Success, Paraguay Conquers Malaria

A malaria specialist in Las Claritas, Venezuela, analyzing blood samples of patients who showed symptoms of infection. While Paraguay has recently eliminated the disease, other countries in the
France Rolls Past Uruguay and Heads to World Cup Semifinals

France Rolls Past Uruguay and Heads to World Cup Semifinals

France’s Olivier Giroud, Steven Nzonzi, Presnel Kimpembe and Corentin Tolisso celebrated on Friday after beating Uruguay to advance to the World Cup semifinals.
Big City: Before Ocasio-Cortez, the Elizabeth Holtzman Effect

Big City: Before Ocasio-Cortez, the Elizabeth Holtzman Effect

Forty-six years ago, Elizabeth Holtzman became the youngest woman elected to Congress, after a race echoed by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s victory in the recent Democratic primary.
Scorpions, Dehydration, Disease: Syrians at the Border Face Deadly Threats

Scorpions, Dehydration, Disease: Syrians at the Border Face Deadly Threats

Displaced Syrians arriving at a Jordanian military medical outpost on Wednesday near the Jaber crossing.
Bringing ‘Doctor Atomic’ to the Birthplace of the Bomb

Bringing ‘Doctor Atomic’ to the Birthplace of the Bomb

The test bomb in the Santa Fe production will not be an exact replica of the original, but a reflective sphere, representative of all nuclear weapons.
Sightseeing for History (With a Few Selfies Along the Way)

Sightseeing for History (With a Few Selfies Along the Way)

The theater director Lileana Blain-Cruz on the Mississippi River during a research visit.
A Cult Show’s Recipe for Success: Whiskey, Twitter and Complex Women

A Cult Show’s Recipe for Success: Whiskey, Twitter and Complex Women

Melanie Scrofano, who plays the title character in “Wynonna Earp,” at her home in Toronto.
British Grand Prix May Need a New Home in 2020

British Grand Prix May Need a New Home in 2020

The start of last year’s British Grand Prix in front of the Silverstone Wing complex. The race was first held at the track in 1950.
Sunday Routine: How Dorothy Lichtenstein, Philanthropist, Spends Her Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Dorothy Lichtenstein, Philanthropist, Spends Her Sundays

Ms. Lichtenstein, known for her support of the arts, will be attending the Southampton Writers Conference, July 11-22.
California Today: California Today: How Much Is a Safe Building Worth?

California Today: California Today: How Much Is a Safe Building Worth?

One Embarcadero Center and Two Embarcadero Center in San Francisco. Both are steel-frame buildings, constructed at a time when a flawed welding technique was widely employed.
Tourist Boats Capsize Off Thai Resort Island, Leaving at Least 33 Dead

Tourist Boats Capsize Off Thai Resort Island, Leaving at Least 33 Dead

Tourists on life rafts were rescued by the Thai Navy near the resort island of Phuket on Thursday. Two boats capsized in rough waters, and dozens of people were still missing on Friday.
Thai Cave Rescue Will Be a Murky and Desperate Ordeal, Divers Say

Thai Cave Rescue Will Be a Murky and Desperate Ordeal, Divers Say

Thai divers with sealed supplies on Thursday as rescue operations continued for 12 boys and their coach trapped in the Tham Luang Cave in northern Thailand.
Works in Progress: The Return of the Lady of Lake Ronkonkoma

Works in Progress: The Return of the Lady of Lake Ronkonkoma

Todd Arnett works on the sculpture of the Native princess of Lake Ronkonkoma, carved into a centuries-old copper beech tree.