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Pizza for Breakfast, but Not What You Think

This breakfast pizza — topped with sharp pecorino, brawny bits of bacon and runny-yolk eggs — is nothing like that leftover takeout.Although making homemade pizza for breakfast is not something you would undertake on a weekday, it is just right for a weekend brunch.

Myths of the 1 Percent: What Puts People at the Top

3 million, Congress debated tax reforms that many analysts said would give the largest benefits to the richest 1 percent of taxpayers.In the United States, the richest 1 percent have seen their share of national income roughly double since 1980, to 20 percent in 2014 from 11 percent.

Who Needs City Hall, Anyway? Bo Dietl Still Has His Table at Rao’s


Nine days after finishing sixth in the race for New York City mayor, Bo Dietl returned to his regular Thursday night table at Rao’s, a restaurant in East Harlem known for, among many things, its exclusivity.“Memories are so beautiful,” he said, punctuating his comment with one of many unprintable words and phrases heard that night.

Apple Postpones Release of HomePod Speaker


Apple introduced its HomePod speaker in June and had said the product would ship by the end of the year.Credit
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SAN FRANCISCO — Apple is putting the brakes on the arrival this year of HomePod, its much-ballyhooed rival to Amazon’s Echo smart speaker.

Political Clashes in Kenya Leave Several Dead


Supporters of the opposition leader Raila Odinga accompanied his convoy in Nairobi, Kenya, on Friday.The police denied that they had fired their weapons or killed anyone, despite several reports by witnesses and journalists to the contrary.

After Coup, Even Mugabe’s Own Party Is Dumping Him


President Robert Mugabe, center, appeared on Friday, under tight security, at a graduation ceremony at a university in Harare.Watch in Times Video »

Later on Friday, party members endorsed the military’s efforts to stabilize the economy and defuse political instability.

White House Requests More Disaster Aid but Also Seeks Cuts as Deficits Rise

The latest disaster request seemed to indicate that deficit concerns may be rising, at least in the White House.To pay for hurricane reconstruction, the White House suggested cutting nearly $520 million from the Army Corps of Engineers’ flood control and coastal emergencies account, which the White House identified as excess money from Hurricane Sandy relief.