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When tofu is crumbled into small bits, combined with umami-rich mushrooms and coated with big-flavor ingredients like chile guajillo, clove and oregano, it becomes a real showstopper. nyti.ms/3BLnHpn
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Airline ticket prices fell sharply in July after they were driven up in recent months by high costs, high demand and a limited number of flights. Aviation experts said they expect prices to continue to drop into the fall as jet fuel prices and demand ease. nyti.ms/3SzTeAF
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From @TheAthleticUK: Remember the European Super League? The competition involving 12 of the world’s richest soccer clubs? We haven’t seen the last of it yet. nyti.ms/3QkE3tt
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“Physical,” Olivia Newton-John’s 1981 pop megahit, continues to inspire clothing and culture. Athleisure and a new aerobics dramedy owe the iconic video a debt of gratitude. nyti.ms/3dnEipa
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Breaking News: The Justice Dept. charged a member of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard on Wednesday for plotting to kill John Bolton, a Trump-era national security adviser. Prosecutors said the man had offered $300,000 to hire someone to kill Bolton. nyti.ms/3A8g62R
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More than $200 million in cuts to the New York City public school budget are back in effect, at least for now, after a state appeals court ruling on Tuesday. Mayor Eric Adams pushed for the cuts, which a group of teachers and parents have sued to block. nyti.ms/3zJZ8Xm
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From @TheAthletic: The female version of Tiger Woods? That’s an insult. Someone ought to aspire to be the male version of Serena Williams. nyti.ms/3dmkzGn
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This easy salad is a simple mix, tangy with lime juice and full of fresh herbs. nyti.ms/3JC989E
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A former Boston public school official who recruited at-risk students into the Latin Kings gang and had the students distribute drugs on campus pleaded guilty to racketeering charges, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts said. nyti.ms/3dal2v2
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“When I picked up ‘Bad Sex,’ Nona Willis Aronowitz’s new book, I was prepared for an analysis of sexual politics post-#MeToo,” @jessicabennett writes. “But Aronowitz is writing, it turns out, about literal bad sex.” nyti.ms/3vT0Y6W
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Donald Trump declined to answer questions from the office of the New York attorney general, Letitia James, on Wednesday, invoking the Fifth Amendment. Officials hoped the deposition would be a turning point in an investigation into his business practices. nyti.ms/3dqh55O
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Changing some default settings on your phone, computer and TV might make your devices more enjoyable to use. Here are a few to take a look at. nyti.ms/3PdUo1M
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“House of the Dragon,” the first “Game of Thrones” spinoff, will make its much-anticipated debut on HBO and HBO Max on Aug. 21. The stakes are high for the network, which has at least five other “Thrones” projects in active development. nyti.ms/3JNDplJ
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The Ukrainian city of Bucha has begun burying the unidentified victims of the Russian occupation, despite months of research aimed at identifying the dead, reuniting them with family and giving them proper burials. nyti.ms/3dnrhMk
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Brad Finstad, a Republican former state lawmaker in Minnesota, won a special election for a U.S. House seat. He will complete the term of Representative Jim Hagedorn, a Republican, who died from cancer in February. nyti.ms/3Qvqas8
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Breaking News: Donald Trump declined to answer the New York attorney general’s questions, invoking his Fifth Amendment rights, he said in a statement. nyti.ms/3JLDHcX
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In Opinion “The self-sufficiency of West Indian women and their suspicion of others, particularly men, are bound up together,” writes Naomi Jackson, an author, in a guest essay. “Vex money is the manifestation of our unwillingness to trust.” nyti.ms/3vU2fe4
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La Sección 2071 del Título 18 del Código de EE. UU., dice que es delito que quien tiene documentos del gobierno los destruya de “forma voluntaria e ilegal,” y lo descalifica de ocupar un cargo federal. Pero no está claro qué significa para Donald Trump. nyti.ms/3SFqPsV
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U.S. inflation rose by 8.5% in the year through July, compared with 9.1% the prior month. The slowdown is a reprieve but not a conclusive sign that price increases are turning a corner. nyti.ms/3zJj7VT
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There are 47 words that can be spelled with these seven letters. How many can you make? Don’t forget, your words must include the center letter. nyti.ms/3SE4tIi
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Gas prices in the U.S. have fallen 57 straight days since reaching a high in June. The decline reflects a number of factors, including weaker demand and lower global oil prices, and has contributed to easing inflation. nyti.ms/3zO3Jrt
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A beluga whale that had been stranded in the Seine river for several days died in France, a few hours after being removed from the water in a last-ditch rescue operation. The 13-foot animal was euthanized after experiencing difficulty breathing. nyti.ms/3Q85eaR
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NEW: Documents and dozens of interviews show that when the UNDP has partnered with Big Oil, the agency has tamped down opposition to drilling, conducted business analyses for the industry and worked to make it easier for it to operate in sensitive areas. nytimes.com/2022/08/10/wor…
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In Opinion The idea that Wisconsin can’t stomach a politician as progressive as Mandela Barnes "is pure fiction," Dan Shafer, a journalist based in Milwaukee, writes of the winner of the state’s Democratic Senate primary. nyti.ms/3JNoAzQ
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Donald Trump will face questioning under oath from the New York attorney general’s office on Wednesday, a crucial turning point in a long-running civil investigation into his business practices. Follow our updates. nyti.ms/3d9Wz9a
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In a series of primaries on Tuesday, Donald Trump yet again illustrated his electoral pull on the Republican Party. Here are five takeaways from the elections. nyti.ms/3BUZ0GV
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BREAKING: U.S. inflation slowed to 8.5 percent in the year through July, a reprieve but not a conclusive sign that price increases have turned a corner. Follow our live coverage: nytimes.com/live/2022/08/1… @nytimesbusiness
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What does it take to become a Spelling Bee Genius? We asked the #HiveMind their best tips and tricks for getting to the top score. nyti.ms/3JBBZLf
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Breaking News: U.S. inflation slowed to 8.5% in the year through July, a reprieve but not a conclusive sign that price increases have turned a corner. nyti.ms/3Adqjv8
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The U.S. will continue to sail warships through the Taiwan Strait and conduct air operations in the region despite increased Chinese military drills, the Biden administration said. nyti.ms/3SHbTdS
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The FBI search of Mar-a-Lago was the culmination of a lengthy conflict between Donald Trump and officials charged with protecting U.S. records and secrets. What do we know about the search, and what comes next? Listen to today’s episode of The Daily. nyti.ms/3JLn0OJ
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China used Speaker Pelosi’s visit as a pretext to step up its operations to intimidate Taiwan for months or years to come. But U.S. operations in the region won't let up. w/@SangerNYT, @BenjaminDooley nytimes.com/2022/08/10/us/…
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Starting in 2025, Medicare recipients with prescription drug coverage will not have to pay more than $2,000 annually for medications. "For people needing high-cost drugs, this will provide significant financial relief," one expert said. nyti.ms/3zJXtAP
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A Russian missile attack killed at least 13 civilians and wounded 11 others, a Ukrainian official in Dnipropetrovsk Province said, in an escalation of fighting around a key nuclear power plant held by Moscow. nyti.ms/3AasTlf
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On Tim Michels, the latest Trump-backed Republican to topple a state GOP establishment this year. He did so by entertaining Trump's most outlandish theories, including a pledge to consider signing legislation to withdraw the state's 2020 electoral votes. nytimes.com/2022/08/09/us/…
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Raymond Briggs, the children’s author whose work explored workaday British life, died at 88. He was perhaps best-known for “The Snowman,” which was adapted into one of England’s most popular Christmas films. nyti.ms/3p8KuE3
A report on Wednesday is expected to show that price increases in the U.S. slowed in July, but inflation may remain uncomfortably high for some time. Follow our updates. nyti.ms/3paUKeQ
FIFA Proposes Last-Minute Change to World Cup Schedule, 12 Years After Awarding Qatar Tournament nytimes.com/2022/08/10/spo…
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Along the frontline in Ukraine, the bulk of the country's drone fleet are off-the-shelf products or hand-built in workshops — a myriad of inexpensive, plastic aircraft adapted to drop grenades or anti-tank munitions. nyti.ms/3QvQkej
Britain is preparing for another stretch of hot weather, weeks after recording its highest-ever temperature. An extreme heat warning will be in place for parts of England and Wales from Thursday through the weekend, officials said. nyti.ms/3JNitLU
News Analysis: The FBI search of Mar-a-Lago is a high-risk gamble by the Justice Department, but Donald Trump faces risks of his own, writes our White House correspondent @shearm. nyti.ms/3dkeMRI
My look at Serena's career and place in history in the game she long dominated by force of serve and personality nytimes.com/2022/08/09/spo…
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Two members of the U.S. military were killed and three others were injured on Tuesday during a “weather-related incident” on Yonah Mountain in northern Georgia, the Army said in a statement. nyti.ms/3SEQPoh
A new documentary, "The Human Trial," captures the desperation and frustration of people taking part in a clinical trial to treat Type 1 diabetes. nyti.ms/3bHEXBl
A family of three, including a 13-year-old girl, drowned in their semi-basement home when flooding struck Seoul. Hundreds of thousands of people live in such semi-underground homes in the city. Their flood hazard was depicted in the movie "Parasite." nyti.ms/3QwTqyz
A former Twitter employee was convicted on Tuesday by a jury in federal court of six charges related to accusations that he spied on the company’s users for Saudi Arabia. nyti.ms/3QuLj5K
Breaking News: Donald Trump will face questioning under oath Wednesday by the New York attorney general’s office, which is investigating his business practices. nyti.ms/3Ad4Mmi
Four U.S. states held primary elections on Tuesday — and there was a concession in one of last week’s House races in Washington State. Here’s a look at some of the most important wins and losses. nyti.ms/3BUzSA8
Donald Trump suggested that he will be questioned by the New York attorney general’s office on Wednesday. The questioning could mark a turning point in a civil investigation into his business practices. Follow updates. nyti.ms/3pa9PgY
U.S. and Iran Weighing ‘Final’ E.U. Offer on Nuclear Deal. But it's not likely to be final, of course. Our take. nytimes.com/2022/08/09/us/…
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