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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.
Malay Mail
· 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.
Washington Post
· 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.
Washington Post
· 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.
Washington Post
· 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.
Sports Illustrated
· 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.
Washington Post
· 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.