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The Wall Street Journal
· Joe Kindred’s Recipe for Charred Squid With Ajo Blanco and Cilantro Pistou →
What he is known for: Making a small-town restaurant a destination.
· N. Korean leader's sister says another summit unlikely but no threat posed to US →
Recent North Korean statements have rejected the idea of new talks, and Kim reiterated Pyongyang's objections to what it sees as hostile and self-serving policies by the United States, including continuing to impose sanctions.
The New York Times
· Two Cheers for Liberalism! (Or Maybe One and a Half) →
They produce what is crudely called the cancel culture, they treat speech as violence, they attempt to ruin politically discordant people because of some tweets.
The New York Times
· Ready to Tame Your Sweet Tooth? →
Repeat what you did last week, but step it up.
· Kayleigh McEnany Watch: Now let’s belittle Lt. Col. Vindman! →
Well, let’s just rummage through the record to see what this “junior employee” did.
· Man's family sues Sacramento police and security guards after death in custody →
The lawsuit did not specify what the plaintiffs sought in damages.
· Son says dad was killed asking for directions in California →
“I said, ‘Where’s Dad?’ And he’s like, ‘He’s been shot.’ And I said, ‘What do you — what do you even mean?’” Paige Gershman told CBS News.
· Morikawa back from missed cut with strong debut at Muirfield →
Sabbatini flinched, sent his drive well to the right and he stood looking at the volunteer, too far away to realize what had happened.
· Just a Minute: College Football May Center Around Players, but Games Include a lot of Other People Too →
Combined with the following, the pregame pageantry would be nothing like to what we're accustomed.
· This Supreme Court term was a win for religious conservatives. We can thank Trump. →
The “King Cyrus Christians” look at these cases and see exactly what they had hoped would be achieved by a Trump presidency and its judges: celebration, affirmation and, most important, protection of their religious liberty.