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The Canada Issue - The New York Times

Whisky and butter tarts, Syrian cooking and a Japanese-Italian menu: Canada’s food scene is as textured and diverse as its population.As the country grapples with a troubled past, a new generation of cooks and scholars is reclaiming and spreading the cuisine of its ancestors.

On the Waterfront, a Mob Watchdog Is Fighting to Survive

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After 65 years of battling against the influence of organized crime on the docks, the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor is fighting for its own survival.”The commission argued that New Jersey cannot unilaterally decide to dissolve the agency because it was created through an interstate compact with New York.

How President Trump Has Affected LGBTQ RIghts

It can only be described as moving from a place of possibility and progress to a nightmare for myself, my family and the LGBTQ community at large.I attended LGBTQ Pride receptions and helped plan LGBTQ panel discussions at The White House.

North Korea Cheer Squad Will Go to 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics

(SEOUL, South Korea) — North Korea plans to send a 230-member cheering squad as part of its delegation to next month’s Winter Olympics in South Korea, officials said Wednesday, as South Korea’s president announced his support of a proposal for the rivals’ first unified Olympic team.-led international sanctions on North Korea while buying time to perfect his nuclear weapons program.

Read the Full Summary of Donald Trump's Physical

All right, so to start with, what I’m going to do is I’m going to read to you the summary of the President’s physical.With President Trump’s consent, I release the following health information.

WW2 Allied Leaders at Casablanca Conference—Behind the Photo

From January 14 to 24, 1943, Roosevelt, Churchill, and Anglo-American military planners met in Casablanca to hash out their priorities for the coming year.A photographer wanted more—something that didn’t smack of a command performance—and urged Giraud and de Gaulle to shake hands.

Read Jeff Flake's Condemning Donald Trump's Attack on Media

We are, rather, in an era in which the authoritarian impulse is reasserting itself, to challenge free people and free societies, everywhere.“The enemy of the people,” was what the president of the United States called the free press in 2017.

Mazda Revives Rotary Engine for Toyota's Self-Driving Fleet

stopped selling rotary engines in 2012 after spending nearly half a century trying to perfect them.Instead of powering the entire vehicle in Toyota’s fleet, Mazda’s rotary engines will function as the kind of “range extender” that General Motors Co.