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A Good Appetite: These Generously Buttered Noodles Have Loads of Umami

A Good Appetite: These Generously Buttered Noodles Have Loads of Umami

Layered flavors are the key to this dish: Fish sauce, mushrooms and oyster sauce all give it depth.
At Yale, a Once Respected Soccer Coach Becomes an Enigma

At Yale, a Once Respected Soccer Coach Becomes an Enigma

Rudy Meredith, Yale’s women’s soccer coach until November, was the linchpin of a sprawling federal investigation into corrupt college admissions schemes.
The Roots of the Christchurch Massacre

The Roots of the Christchurch Massacre

Flowers near the Linwood mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand.
In Slovakia, Unlikely Presidential Candidate Signals a Backlash Against Populism

In Slovakia, Unlikely Presidential Candidate Signals a Backlash Against Populism

Zuzana Caputova, the front-runner in Slovakia’s presidential election, is raising the hopes of opposition leaders across the region.
Lilly Singh, a YouTube Star, Will Host a Late-Night Show on NBC

Lilly Singh, a YouTube Star, Will Host a Late-Night Show on NBC

The YouTube star Lilly Singh’s new show, “A Little Late With Lilly Singh,” will premiere in September on NBC.
Once Yankees’ Bargaining Tool, Troy Tulowitzki Is Now Their Bargain Shortstop

Once Yankees’ Bargaining Tool, Troy Tulowitzki Is Now Their Bargain Shortstop

Troy Tulowitzki, 34, has not played a major league game since 2017, but the Yankees are counting on him at shortstop until Didi Gregorius returns.
The Lewis and Clark of the Digital Building Frontier

The Lewis and Clark of the Digital Building Frontier

Virginia San Fratello and Ronald Rael at their 3-D-printed cabin in their backyard in Oakland, Calif. They are pioneers in the use of 3-D printing techniques to design buildings as well as vessels
10 Recent Netflix Originals Worth Your Time

10 Recent Netflix Originals Worth Your Time

Clockwise from top left: Natasha Lyonne in “Russian Doll,” “The Haunting of Hill House,” Elizabeth Lail and Penn Badgley in “You” and contestants on “Dating Around.”
A Salad for Crouton Lovers

A Salad for Crouton Lovers

Chicken and escarole salad with anchovy croutons.
After Rockets Are Fired at Tel Aviv, Israel and Hamas Quickly Pull Back

After Rockets Are Fired at Tel Aviv, Israel and Hamas Quickly Pull Back

Israeli soldiers near the border between Israel and Gaza on Friday.
France Repatriates Several Orphan Children Who Were Stranded in Syria

France Repatriates Several Orphan Children Who Were Stranded in Syria

Islamic state fighters and their families gather after surrendering in the village of Baghouz, in Deir Al Zor province, Syria, on Tuesday.
E.P.A., Scaling Back Proposed Ban, Plans Limits on Deadly Chemical in Paint Strippers

E.P.A., Scaling Back Proposed Ban, Plans Limits on Deadly Chemical in Paint Strippers

Drew Wynne at his coffee business in Charleston, S.C. He died in 2017 after using a paint stripper containing methylene chloride on the floors.
Black Editor Who Took Over Alabama Newspaper That Called for K.K.K. to ‘Ride Again’ Steps Down

Black Editor Who Took Over Alabama Newspaper That Called for K.K.K. to ‘Ride Again’ Steps Down

Goodloe Sutton, the former editor of The Democrat-Reporter, turned the paper over to Ms. Dexter last month after he wrote an editorial calling for the revival of the Ku Klux Klan.
New Zealand Massacre Highlights Global Reach of White Extremism

New Zealand Massacre Highlights Global Reach of White Extremism

A vigil at the entrance of the Botanic Gardens in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Saturday.
‘Mind the Pay Gap’: Reduced Berlin Transit Tickets for Women to Highlight Discrimination

‘Mind the Pay Gap’: Reduced Berlin Transit Tickets for Women to Highlight Discrimination

The BVG’s yellow subway cars have become a symbol of Berlin, as have its cheeky advertisements.
Trump Issues First Veto After Congress Rejects Border Emergency

Trump Issues First Veto After Congress Rejects Border Emergency

The veto will send the legislation back to Congress, which most likely doesn’t have enough votes for an override, meaning the declaration of an emergency at the Mexican border will remain in effect.
Elizabeth Warren Actually Wants to Fix Capitalism

Elizabeth Warren Actually Wants to Fix Capitalism

Senator Elizabeth Warren is running for president with a platform that aims to reform American capitalism.