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Five Weeknight Dishes: Just a Little Fancy

Five Weeknight Dishes: Just a Little Fancy

Colu Henry’s pasta with scallops, tomatoes and herbs.

Barbra Siperstein, Crusader for Transgender Rights, Dies at 76

Married with three children, she became a vigorous advocate after her wife died. Her name is on a new New Jersey law on gender identity.
Before You Sip That Cocktail, a Few Safety Warnings

Before You Sip That Cocktail, a Few Safety Warnings

A new website focused on cocktail safety is primarily intended for bartenders, who since the early days of the current cocktail revival have reached for unorthodox ingredients to bring new flavors to

Complexifier, Mr. Bezos? It Is a Real Word, Just Not in English

Jeff Bezos, born in New Mexico, raised in Texas and educated at Princeton, must like the term, because he used it twice within a few sentences. And both times it referred to his ownership of The

Rites of Passage: A Married Name That Looks Nothing Like Us

As a child, I had dreamed of taking my husband’s last name. Then I got engaged to Eddie.
Police Fatally Shoot Knife-Wielding Man in New York City

Police Fatally Shoot Knife-Wielding Man in New York City

Crime scene investigators arriving at a Lower East Side building where two officers responding to a domestic dispute shot a knife-wielding man inside an apartment.
Virginia Is in Turmoil. Here’s a Breakdown of 10 Days of Scandal.

Virginia Is in Turmoil. Here’s a Breakdown of 10 Days of Scandal.

Four months ago, Virginia Democrats were celebrating election night victories. Now they are reeling from scandals that have rocked the party from top to bottom.
The Most Narcissistic Exercise Equipment Ever

The Most Narcissistic Exercise Equipment Ever

Kailee Combs, the vice president of fitness at Mirror, working out to demonstrate one of the company's products in its New York City showroom.
Serial Killer Bruce McArthur Gets Life Sentence in Case That Terrorized Gay Men

Serial Killer Bruce McArthur Gets Life Sentence in Case That Terrorized Gay Men

A mural in the Gay Village area of Toronto, where five victims disappeared.
Trilobites: Islands Helped Penguins Evolve. Then Hungry Humans Showed Up.

Trilobites: Islands Helped Penguins Evolve. Then Hungry Humans Showed Up.

A Snares crested penguin on Enderby Island, off the southern coast of New Zealand. A subspecies of crested penguin on the Chatham Islands, east of New Zealand, was probably eaten to extinction by
The Progressive Assault on Israel

The Progressive Assault on Israel

Demonstrators carrying a B.D.S. sign, representing the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement that seeks to economically isolate Israel, protested American aid to Israel at a fundraising event for
When Is Sorry Not Enough? Virginia Scandals Test the Limits of Forgiveness

When Is Sorry Not Enough? Virginia Scandals Test the Limits of Forgiveness

Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia, with his wife, Pam, apologized on Saturday for wearing blackface in the 1980s.
Matthew Whitaker Hearing Updates: He Declines to Defend the Russia Inquiry

Matthew Whitaker Hearing Updates: He Declines to Defend the Russia Inquiry

Matthew G. Whitaker, the acting attorney general, prepared to testify before the House Judiciary Committee on Friday.
Trump Gives Ground on His Wall as Border Deal Comes Into View

Trump Gives Ground on His Wall as Border Deal Comes Into View

Senator C. Richard Shelby, Representative Nita M. Lowey, Representative Kay Granger and Senator Patrick J. Leahy last week in Washington.
City Kitchen: Buttery Lobster, Without All the Work (or the Bib)

City Kitchen: Buttery Lobster, Without All the Work (or the Bib)

Consider this lobster recipe: an intimate supper for two that’s easy to prepare and for those who’d rather not wear a bib.
Book Territory: Where Books Meet Black Mecca

Book Territory: Where Books Meet Black Mecca

“I wanted this space to represent blackness and its vastness but I wanted it to be as inviting as any other bookstore,” said Rosa Duffy, a visual artist who opened the For Keeps bookstore last fall.
Matthew Whitaker Testimony Updates: He Says He Has Not Interfered With the Mueller Inquiry

Matthew Whitaker Testimony Updates: He Says He Has Not Interfered With the Mueller Inquiry

Matthew G. Whitaker, the acting attorney general, prepared to testify before the House Judiciary Committee on Friday.