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Mark Bittman Is Starting a Food Magazine at Medium

Mark Bittman Is Starting a Food Magazine at Medium

“We’re doing practical stories that will help people see food in a way they haven’t seen it before,” Mark Bittman said of his new online magazine, Salty.
New Zealand, Netherlands Shooting, the Prado: Your Tuesday Briefing

New Zealand, Netherlands Shooting, the Prado: Your Tuesday Briefing

A student at a memorial to victims of last week’s mass shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Hope, an Orangutan, Was Repeatedly Shot With an Air Rifle. She Was Blinded but Survived.

Hope, an Orangutan, Was Repeatedly Shot With an Air Rifle. She Was Blinded but Survived.

Hope the orangutan was recuperating on Sunday after surgery to treat her dozens of air rifle wounds.
A Sexism Storm Over Italy’s Courts, With Female Judges at Its Center

A Sexism Storm Over Italy’s Courts, With Female Judges at Its Center

The Palace of Justice in Rome. Italy’s highest court recently rejected an appeals court’s decision to clear two men of rape charges.
Space Is Very Big. Some of Its New Explorers Will Be Tiny.

Space Is Very Big. Some of Its New Explorers Will Be Tiny.

A replica of the MarCO cubesats at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.
DNA and a Coincidence Lead to Arrest in 1999 Double Murder in Alabama

DNA and a Coincidence Lead to Arrest in 1999 Double Murder in Alabama

Chief Marlos Walker of the Police Department in Ozark, Ala., on Monday announced the arrest of Coley McCraney in connection with a 1999 double murder.
A Forgotten Italian Port Could Become a Chinese Gateway to Europe

A Forgotten Italian Port Could Become a Chinese Gateway to Europe

Tourists in Trieste, Italy, this month. A brand-new cruise ship, built in nearby shipyards expressly for Chinese passengers, is docked in the central waterfront piazza, preparing to set sail on Marco
Racing Against China, U.S. Reveals Details of $500 Million Supercomputer

Racing Against China, U.S. Reveals Details of $500 Million Supercomputer

The Aurora supercomputer is scheduled to be delivered to the Argonne National Laboratory near Chicago in 2021.

How Ultima Thule Is Like a Sticky, Pull-Apart Pastry

Scientists from the New Horizons mission presented their latest findings about the small distant object visited by the NASA spacecraft at the start of the year.
Women With Twin Brothers Are More Likely to Face Penalties at School and Work

Women With Twin Brothers Are More Likely to Face Penalties at School and Work

The children’s Festival of Twins in Kiev, Ukraine, last summer. Research suggests that women with twin brothers are less likely to graduate from school, marry and have children.

Money Raised for ‘Egg Boy’ Will Be Donated to New Zealand Victims

Will Connolly shot to fame after smashing an egg on an Australian politician who had blamed Muslims for the massacre. A GoFundMe campaign has raised of thousands of dollars
Boeing’s C.E.O. Speaks: ‘Our Hearts Are Heavy’

Boeing’s C.E.O. Speaks: ‘Our Hearts Are Heavy’

Dennis A. Muilenburg, Boeing’s chief executive. “Our hearts are heavy,” he said in a statement on Monday, “and we continue to extend our deepest sympathies to the loved ones of the passengers and crew
Elizabeth Warren Calls for Ending Electoral College

Elizabeth Warren Calls for Ending Electoral College

Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke to several hundred voters in Memphis on Sunday.
ISIS Spokesman Ends Silence by Calling for Retaliation Over New Zealand Massacres

ISIS Spokesman Ends Silence by Calling for Retaliation Over New Zealand Massacres

The Islamic State spokesman likened the massacre at New Zealand mosques to the assault on the group’s last sliver of land in Syria.
Who Do Jared and Ivanka Think They Are?

Who Do Jared and Ivanka Think They Are?

Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump boarding Air Force One.
Canada’s Top Public Servant Is Fourth Official to Quit in Scandal Ensnaring Trudeau

Canada’s Top Public Servant Is Fourth Official to Quit in Scandal Ensnaring Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada and Michael Wernick at Rideau Hall in Ottawa on Monday.
‘Be Weak & Die!’ Seeking Clues Behind Trump’s Weekend Twitter Barrage

‘Be Weak & Die!’ Seeking Clues Behind Trump’s Weekend Twitter Barrage

President Trump departing St. John’s Church in Washington on Sunday. A four-hour lull in his online activity over the weekend coincided with his visit.
Cory Booker Finds His Moment

Cory Booker Finds His Moment

Cory Booker this month in Selma, Ala., commemorating the 1965 Bloody Sunday march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge.