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Lemony chicken wings soar above the rest

This dish takes inspiration from the Mediterranean — a departure from the classic Buffalo approach to chicken wings. Read More

Protégé testifies of lies, fraud with Paul Manafort

Rick Gates was just an intern when he first crossed paths with Paul Manafort. Years later Gates went to work for him. This week, Gates was Manafort’s ultimate nemesis, the prosecution’s star witness in Manafort’s trial on tax and bank fraud charges. Read More

As Google Maps renames neighborhoods, residents fume

The peculiar moniker immediately spread digitally, from hotel sites to dating apps to Uber, which all use Google’s map data. The name soon spilled over into the physical world, too. Real estate listings beckoned prospective tenants to the East Cut. And news organizations referred to the vicinity by that term. Read More
 

Google plans to build a censored search engine in China

Google’s reversal in China is the latest example of how American tech companies are trying to tailor their products to enter the massive Chinese market, even if it means tamping down on free speech Read More

Buy your own lunch, San Francisco officials tell tech workers

A proposed ordinance would ban employee cafeterias in new buildings in the Bay Area, encouraging tech workers to go out to eat. Read More
 

Spotting eating disorders in time to help

Eating disorders pose serious hazards to adolescents and young adults and are often hidden from family, friends and even doctors, sometimes until the disorders cause lasting health damage and have become highly resistant to treatment. Read More

Do the research to find the right tour guide

For many travelers, hiring a private tour guide is a luxury. But with an informed approach, it’s an expense that’s often worth the cost. Read More

5 must-see, must-shop stops in Marseille

In the Noailles district, some of France’s oldest specialty stores have been joined by a crop of independent shops, turning the neighborhood into one of the port city’s most enthralling places to explore. Read More

Missed Connection: Donald Trump Jr. and Robert Mueller cross paths at Washington airport

Donald Trump Jr., in a camouflage hat and in the middle of a phone call, leaned against a wall on today while standing in line at Reagan National Airport. And there, only feet away, seated and absorbed in a newspaper, was Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election, or what President Donald Trump calls a “WITCH HUNT.” Read More

Chris Froome’s Tour de France began under a cloud and only got worse

As the start of the Tour de France loomed this month, Chris Froome, the four-time champion, was still under investigation after testing positive during last year’s Vuelta a España for an excessive amount of an asthma medication, which he is allowed to use at certain levels under a doctor’s prescription. Read More

As affordable housing crisis grows, HUD sits on the sidelines

The country is in the grips of an escalating housing affordability crisis. Millions of low-income Americans are paying 70 percent or more of their incomes for shelter, while rents continue to rise and construction of affordable rental apartments lags far behind the need. Read More

VA shuns medical marijuana, leaving vets to improvise

Some of the local growers along the coast here see it as an act of medical compassion: Donating part of their crop of high-potency medical marijuana to ailing veterans, who line up by the dozens each month in the echoing auditorium of the city’s old veterans’ hall to get a ticket they can exchange for a free bag. Read More

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