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Baked Caramel Apple Cheesecake Dumplings

<i>Thanks to Werther’s Original® for sponsoring this recipe post!</i><p>I may have achieved some sort of maximum gym awkwardness today. I was super proud of …

How to Have a Perfect Fall Weekend - Turntable Kitchen

Last weekend, Matt, Neko and I fulfilled one of my ‘Fall Top 5,” referenced in last month’s newsletter. The last time I went apple picking was on a …

Mushroom Macaroni and Cheese Recipe | Leite's Culinaria

Jump to the recipe<p>Adapted from Laura Washburn | Mac 'n' Cheese | Ryland Peters & Small, 2013<p>It’s the tarragon in this recipe that transforms it from …

Moules Frites

41<p>65<p>Shares 106<p>I fell madly in love with mussels in France, when cooking with a French chef, who prepared moules de bouchot (small mussels which have …

Crispy Autumn Veg Burgers with Apple Cider Slaw

Crispy Autumn Veg Burgers with Apple Cider Slaw.<p><i>by</i> Jessica <i>on</i> October 21, 2013 86<p>It’s very weird to not be talking about pizza or breakfast.<p>Because …

61 Easy Pasta Recipes for Weeknight Dinners

Lose the jarred sauce—we're confident you won't need it with these easy pastas in your weeknight dinner arsenal.<p>When it comes to quick and easy weeknight pasta, you can lose those jars. And boxes. And packets of powder (ew). There’s no need for the pre-made stuff, because you can pack serious …

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Gigaom | Acts of journalism: Why we need to be skeptical of a shield law for professional journalists

Advertisement<p>A so-called federal “shield law” for journalists — legislation that would protect them from having to reveal their sources when …

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The Sequester's Devastating Impact on America's Poor

It's fashionable in political circles to say the mandatory budgets cuts haven't been the predicted disaster. Cuts to programs like Head Start suggest otherwise.<p>Children at a Head Start facility in Frederick, Maryland. (Reuters)<p>The federal government's across-the-board sequestration cuts, which …

Turkey parliament curtails army powers

<b>Turkey's parliament has amended the code governing the armed forces, curtailing their political influence.</b><p>The original rules gave the military responsibility of preserving the Republic of Turkey, a clause previously used as a justification for coups.<p>It now says the army's main duty is to protect …

Cyberattack on South Korea was part of 4-year spying campaign

McAfee releases a report saying that the massive March attack on banks and TV stations was part of an extensive campaign to steal government and military secrets.<p>South Korea has been under a concerted cyberattack for the last four years, according to a comprehensive new report (PDF) released Monday …

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The lengthy saga of Edward Snowden and his search for asylum has fueled a bitter debate in Europe about how governments there are keeping tabs on their own citizens, says Time correspondent Vivienne Walt in Paris.<p>"Perhaps no nerve is rawer than the one in Germany, where the memories of the Stasi …

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Despite Repeated Tries, Afghan Peace Efforts Still Sputter

The U.S. has been pushing the Taliban and the Afghan government to find a political solution for the past year and a half. But every time it seems the parties are close to starting peace talks, a new demand or controversy arises and nothing happens.<p>In the latest attempt, the Taliban finally opened …

Telegrams STOP: End of service delivering joy and heartache

<b>India's last telegram will be sent on Sunday night as the country's state-run telegraph service shuts down. It has been in decline for decades, but once touched the lives of millions of Indians every year, writes Geeta Pandey.</b><p>As a child growing up in Calcutta in the 1970s and 1980s, I always felt a …

The rise of Egypt’s technocrats

After months of turmoil, the far right and the liberal youth are united in their desire for an efficient government<p>As Egyptians battle over the precise definition of a coup, the wording of constitutional declarations, and the future of the discredited Muslim Brotherhood, political elites across the …

Syria conflict: why Pakistani Taliban is pledging support for rebels

The Pakistani Taliban's claim to have sent "hundreds of fighters to Syria" to take part in fighting against the forces of President Bashar al-Assad …

How International Justice Is Being Gutted

Critics accuse one judge of creating legal precedents that make it impossible to convict senior commanders for human rights abuses.<p>Over the last eight months, a series of surprise rulings at the international war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia has sparked extraordinary controversy in the …

Edward Snowden Will Go Anywhere That Will Take Him, Hopes Russia Will Grant Asylum

NSA leaker Edward Snowden has been holed up at the Moscow Airport for three weeks now. The U.S. revoked his passport, putting him in a legal limbo that left him stranded in the airport’s transit zone. Accompanied by Sarah Harrison from WikiLeaks, Snowden made a statement Friday to human rights …

Anger, Confusion and the Morning After the George Zimmerman Verdict

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p><i>Update, 3:26 p.m.</i>: The President released this statement about the Zimmerman verdict on Sunday …

We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks – review

Alex Gibney has directed some of the best political documentaries of recent years including the Oscar-winning <i>Taxi to the Dark Side</i>, <i>Enron: The</i> …

Russia: No asylum request yet from Snowden

Russia has said that it had not yet received a formal request for political asylum from US whistleblower Edward Snowden, who has been holed up in transit zone of Moscow airport since June 23.<p>Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Saturday that the country was not in contact with Snowden, who broke …

China scraps uranium plant after protest

China has cancelled plans to build its largest uranium processing plant in a southern city of Heshan, a day after hundreds of protesters took to the streets demanding the project be scrapped, a local government website has said.<p>"The people's government of the city of Heshan has decided to respect …

Deposed Egyptian president to be investigated

Egypt has announced a criminal investigation against deposed President Mohamed Morsi, with prosecutors saying they were examining complaints of spying, inciting violence and ruining the economy.<p>The public prosecutor's office issued a statement on Saturday saying it had received complaints against …

Turkish police fire tear gas on protesters

Turkish police have used water cannon and tear gas against anti-government rallies in several cities, with protesters using social media to report numerous injuries.<p>Saturday's clashes occurred in Istanbul, Ankara and Hatay. Police fired rubber bullets on demonstrators in Istanbul.<p>There were …

Dozens wounded in Belfast Orange Day riots

Hundreds of police reinforcements from Britain were deployed on Belfast's rubble-strewn streets after Protestant riots over a blocked march left 32 officers, a senior politician and at least eight rioters wounded.<p>Police came under attack on Friday from petrol bombs, fireworks, stones and bottles …

Peacekeepers killed in Sudan's Darfur region

At least seven international peacekeepers have been killed and 17 wounded when they came under heavy fire from a large group of unknown assailants in Sudan's strife-torn Darfur region, the peacekeeping force UNAMID has said.<p>The incident on Saturday took place in an area where peacekeeping is the …