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Lee Isaac Chung's “Minari,” a semi-autobiographical tale of growing up Korean-American in rural Arkansas, has generated plenty of awards-season buzz. Ahead of the Golden Globes, Chung talked to The New York Times about how the film came to be. https://t.co/tCnpVM0oqy
Legend has it that the tuna melt was accidentally invented in the 1960s at a lunch counter in South Carolina, when the cook didn’t notice that a bowl of tuna salad had tipped over onto a grilled cheese. Try this recipe for the classic American diner food. https://t.co/i9Y9dM6flQ
Progressive activists and operatives, glued to each fresh controversy unfolding around New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, are trading a flurry of texts, calls and tweets about who might be best positioned to challenge him next year. https://t.co/OWdTwyecRj
The director of the CDC warned governors on Friday against easing pandemic control measures, saying that a recent drop in U.S. coronavirus cases and deaths “may be stalling.” “Now is not the time to relax restrictions,” she said. https://t.co/D8FULk2Beg https://t.co/ldGeNnQLFY
“We assess that Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved an operation in Istanbul, Turkey to capture or kill Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi." Read the executive summary of the declassified U.S. intelligence report. https://t.co/pyuW7AgnXZ https://t.co/FvInTL4GmZ
Much of the housing market has gone missing: The inventory of homes for sale is startlingly low, new data shows. It's a sign that the market — which can defy basic laws of economics even in normal times — is acting very strangely. https://t.co/X2SiIaRcdR
Richard Carranza, New York City’s schools chancellor, said on Friday he would resign in March. He will be replaced by Meisha Porter, a longtime city educator and current Bronx superintendent who will become the first Black woman to lead the school system. https://t.co/7auQzJ9ffK https://t.co/b5bbUFxDGk
President Biden won’t risk ties to Saudi Arabia by punishing Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for Jamal Khashoggi’s killing, administration officials said, despite intelligence that shows the crown prince approved the plot to kill and dismember Khashoggi. https://t.co/Q22JqUjKjA
A 36-year-old Asian man was stabbed on Thursday in Lower Manhattan and taken to the hospital in critical condition. A suspect was arrested and later charged with a hate crime. Such crimes involving Asian-American victims are soaring in New York City. https://t.co/vugcF2bIuK
President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil disparaged face masks on Thursday, saying they could lead to headaches and a “decreased perception of happiness,” as coronavirus infections driven by more contagious variants surge across the country. https://t.co/rHJ0mdFmem
The Trump administration had embraced Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as a central figure in its plans for the Middle East, and had stood by him in the face of mounting outrage over his alleged role in the Khashoggi killing. https://t.co/FcGwXgBfob
The sentencing last fall of eight men in a trial shrouded in secrecy in Riyadh mirrored the Saudi narrative that the killing had not been ordered by the royal court, contradicting evidence by Turkish authorities and a UN expert. https://t.co/QEfmtCT3lj
Much of the evidence the CIA used for its conclusion remains classified, including details of Khashoggi’s killing and dismemberment in October 2018. A month later, The Times traced the movements of the 15-man hit team in a video investigation. https://t.co/XxQE32t7vN