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Exclusive: Ukraine's top military spy says captured American fighters could be released in prisoner swap

Ukraine has spies inside the Kremlin, Ukraine's top military intelligence spy said in an exclusive USA TODAY interview, among other disclosures.
 

Volodymyr Zelenskyy finds hope as EU grants Ukraine candidate status

Volodymyr Zelenskyy finds hope in the possibility of Ukraine joining the European Union. Its candidate status, however, does not guarantee membership.
 

EU approves Ukraine candidacy for membership; Ukraine admits 'threat of a tactical Russian victory' in Donbas: June 23 recap

Ukraine drew wide support for its candidacy, which starts a yearslong path toward cementing a closer relationship with the West. Thursday recap.
 

Ukrainian forces retreat from Sievierodonetsk; Russian forces make gains in eastern Ukraine: Live Ukraine updates

To avoid encirclement after weeks of fighting, a regional governor said Friday that Ukrainian forces would retreat from the city ofA Sievierodonetsk.
 

Afghanistan earthquake kills 1,000, injures another 1,500 people

An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.9 hit the province of Paktika in eastern Afghanistan, leaving 1,000 dead and 1,500 injured.
 

Karen's Diner in Sydney, Australia serves an alternative rude dining experience

Created in October 2021 in Sydney, the diner's concept is based on the expression "You're such a Karen."
 

Epic layout photos showcase the vision for a floating water city in Maldives

A DutchA architectural firm is poised to build an innovative floating city inA Maldives, a Southern Asia nation of islands located in the Indian Ocean.
 

Afghanistan earthquake kills at least 1,000 people, authorities say: 'People are digging grave after grave'

The European seismological agency said the earthquake's tremors were felt over 310 miles by 119 million people across Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.
 

Afghanistan earthquake kills at least 1,000 people, magnitude 5.9 felt across the region

At least 1,000 people were killed and at least another 1,500 were injured after a magnitude 5.9 earthquake rocked eastern Afghanistan.
 

Polio is back: Virus detected in London sewage samples, health officials say

The public is being urged to ensure polio vaccines are up to date, especially parents of young children who missed immunization.
 

Ukraine under threat of 'massive' missile attack from Black Sea, Zelenskyy adviser says: June 20 recap

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's adviser said on Monday that Ukraine is under threat of a new Russian attack of large proportions. Recap.
 

A third American citizen may be missing in Ukraine; Russia expected Kyiv to fall in 12 hours, Ukraine defense minister says: June 16 recap

A State DepartmentA spokesperson said officials have contacted the family of the third U.S. citizen believed to be missing. June 16 recap.
 

'Everything that can burn is on fire' in battleground city; State Department reports second US fatality: June 21 recap

Russian troops pounded away at pockets of resistance in eastern Ukraine. Ben Stiller meets President Zelenskyy.
 

Hong Kong's iconic giant floating restaurant capsizes in South China Sea

Aberdeen Restaurant Enterprises Ltd, reported the Jumbo Floating Restaurant encountered "adverse conditions" as it was passing the Xisha Islands.
 

Summer Solstice celebrations at Stonehenge mark the longest day of the year

Thousands of druids, pagans and New Age revelers greeted the summer solstice at Stonehenge on the longest day of the northern hemisphere year.
 

Actor Ben Stiller praises Ukrainian President Zelenskyy on United Nations visit

Actor Ben Stiller visited Ukraine as a United Nations goodwill ambassador marking World Refugee Day.
 

At 661 pounds, this giant stingray may be the largest freshwater fish ever caught

A giant stingray in Southeast Asia measuring 13 feet long and 661 pounds may be the largest freshwater fish ever caught.
 

Israel heads for unprecedented fifth election in three years after government collapses

A vote is expected in the fall and could mark the return of a nationalist religious government led by former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
 

International Yoga Day 2022

International Yoga Day has been celebrated every year since 2015 on June 21. Yoga originated in India.
 

Ukraine moves closer to EU candidacy; Families of 2 missing American veterans speak out: June 17 recap

On Friday, President Joe Biden said he'd been briefed on the Americans missing in Ukraine and urged others not to travel there. Latest updates.
 

'People are starving and thirsty': As the US sends aid to Ukraine, some say it's not flowing fast enough

The Biden administration says it's trying to balance the dire needs in Ukraine with good oversight as it doles out US humanitarian assistance.
 

Photos show aftermath of the Beirut blast

A massive explosion shook Lebanon's capital Beirut on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2020 wounding a number people and causing widespread damage.
 

'I'm leaving, and I'm just not coming back':A Fed up with racism, Black Americans head overseas

Saying they feel cornered and powerless in the face of persistent racial and economic struggles in the USA, some Black Americans decide to settle abroad.
 

Two US military vets who felt compelled to fight Russia, are now missing in Ukraine

The families of two Alabama men are holding out hope that Andy Tai Ngoc Huynh and Alex Drueke are safe after going missing in Ukraine.
 

Man paralyzed 12 years ago becomes Italy's first medically assisted suicide

The tetraplegic man said he's finally free after becoming Italy's first medically assisted suicide. He said he was like "a boat adrift in the ocean."
 

British interior minister orders Julian Assange extradition to US to face espionage charges

The decision does not end the WikiLeaks founder's fight to avoid facing a U.S. trial in a case that could have implications for First Amendment protections.
 

Reparations bill gets new attention amid BLM. Could other nations provide a blueprint?

Reparations for historical crimes and injustices such as slavery and genocide have been made in other countries. Will the USA join the list?
 

Exclusive: Ukraine's top military spy says captured American fighters could be released in prisoner swap

Ukraine has spies inside the Kremlin, Ukraine's top military intelligence spy said in an exclusive USA TODAY interview, among other disclosures.
 

Volodymyr Zelenskyy finds hope as EU grants Ukraine candidate status

Volodymyr Zelenskyy finds hope in the possibility of Ukraine joining the European Union. Its candidate status, however, does not guarantee membership.
 

EU approves Ukraine candidacy for membership; Ukraine admits 'threat of a tactical Russian victory' in Donbas: June 23 recap

Ukraine drew wide support for its candidacy, which starts a yearslong path toward cementing a closer relationship with the West. Thursday recap.
 

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How to bake a pie for this Fourth of July

10 recipes to celebrate summer and the Fourth


Daily Harvest reports 470 cases of illness from this meal item amid recall and outcry

Daily Harvest said Thursday that it is conducting a 'root cause investigation' in conjunction with the FDA. But some customers feel left in the dark.


Inside a new TV show's Michelin-starred plan to get restaurant kitchens right

At Pasadena's Institute of Culinary Education and Santa Monica's Pasjoli, 'The Bear's' Jeremy Allen White sharpened his skills to play a chef.


At Selva in Long Beach, feast on Colombian hot dogs and the mighty bandeja paisa

Carlos Jurado's smoky, meaty Colombian cooking gives Long Beach its next great dining destination with Selva.


Parmesan Mac N Cheese

A black pepper-packed Parmesan and cream sauce takes this macaroni and cheese in a different direction than the usual side dish.


Baked Beans

Ketchup, brown sugar and a plethora of spices add warmth and sweetness to classic baked beans, here simmered until tender and sumptuous.


Grilled Rabbit Legs

Brining and marinating rabbit legs provides moistness to the lean meat, perfect for grilling all summer.


Recipes from a Black Angeleno chef for a soulful Fourth of July

Chef Martin Draluck prepares a holiday feast that honors some of the earliest Black chefs in the young country.


Peach Crisp With Thyme

Thyme adds herbal freshness to a buttery, brown sugar-sweetened peach crisp with a crunchy crisp topping.


An old-school Eagle Rock restaurant is now stylish aperitivo bar Capri Club

Plus, Pizzana expands, big brewery changes, Brothers Sushi heads to the Westside and more.


How three generations of women revived their restaurant while uplifting AAPI chefs

After closing Retro Saigon Bistro, the Nguyen family has reopened as Sesame Dinette, a new community-minded restaurant in Long Beach.


Kimchi on pizza? It's 1,000 times better than pineapple

The best things Jenn ate last week, including shawarma at the new Saffy's, kimchi pizza at Olivia in Koreatown and Laotian sausages in Westminster.


Column: They've been making the world's best pastrami sandwiches for 75 years. Can they keep it up?

Rumors of the extinction of Jewish delis have so far proven premature. Happy 75th birthday to Langer's delicatessen in Los Angeles.


While you're grilling that Father's Day steak, grill the side dishes too

These grilled veggie dishes will take your steak dinner from fabulous to sensational.


Langer's Deli will celebrate its 75th anniversary with half-price sandwiches

Langer's Deli near MacArthur Park will offer half-off sandwiches, including the iconic #19 pastrami on rye, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday.


Summer Pudding Jam

The classic quartet of berries for making British summer pudding combine in this simple jam to bring the taste of the dessert to your morning toast.


Blackberry Jelly With Amaro

Bitter amaro balances the sweetness of this jelly that highlights ripe summer blackberries.


You can make your own aA not powdered aA pectin at home

How to find pectin in your fruit and use it to give your jellies the proper set.


Our step-by-step guide for cooking jelly

The steps that ensure your berry jelly is a success.


We ranked Kato No. 1 on our best restaurants list. Is Kato 2.0 even better?

Kato was No. 1 on our last ranked list of the 101 best Los Angeles restaurants before COVID. Now it's in a new high-design space at the Row DTLA.


Seasons of Preserves: Berry jelly

How to make berry jelly, and a secret ingredient to tame the sweetness.


Everything you need to know about preserving fruit in Southern California

'L.A. in a Jar' is our guide on preserving fruit throughout the seasons, with master recipes for berry jelly, stone fruit jam,A apple butter and citrus marmalade.


Blending cheese and A.I. to make cheap pizza pie: That's a robot

Stellar Pizza hopes to take on Domino's and Pizza Hut with its low-labor-cost robot pizza truck.


New Koreatown restaurant Laon is serving fresh pasta from a Trois Mec vet

Plus, New York-style slices in Fairfax, a South L.A. taco truck lands a bricks-and-mortar location and more.


Los Angeles chefs, food writers snubbed at 2022 James Beard Foundation Awards

Monday's celebration of chefs, restaurants and hospitality yielded no new L.A. area winners. Local journalists also shut out.


Looking for the best Thai food? Start at this temple's parking lot

There's an actual food competition to snag a vending spot at the weekly Wat Thai Buddhist temple food court.


End of the line for Farmer John, a smelly L.A. landmark of Dodger Dogs, tourists, protests

Many neighbors of the Vernon slaughterhouse are glad to be free of its stench. However, the factory's 1,800 to 2,000 workers are left wondering what's next.


It is peak cherry season! These recipes bring out the best in California's crop

7 delicious dishes to cook with cherries


Your Sriracha panic was caused by bad weather in a single region of Mexico

The run on Sriracha was caused by weather in a single region of Mexico.


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Exclusive: Ukraine's top military spy says captured American fighters could be released in prisoner swap

Ukraine has spies inside the Kremlin, Ukraine's top military intelligence spy said in an exclusive USA TODAY interview, among other disclosures.
 

Volodymyr Zelenskyy finds hope as EU grants Ukraine candidate status

Volodymyr Zelenskyy finds hope in the possibility of Ukraine joining the European Union. Its candidate status, however, does not guarantee membership.
 

EU approves Ukraine candidacy for membership; Ukraine admits 'threat of a tactical Russian victory' in Donbas: June 23 recap

Ukraine drew wide support for its candidacy, which starts a yearslong path toward cementing a closer relationship with the West. Thursday recap.
 

Ukrainian forces retreat from Sievierodonetsk; Russian forces make gains in eastern Ukraine: Live Ukraine updates

To avoid encirclement after weeks of fighting, a regional governor said Friday that Ukrainian forces would retreat from the city ofA Sievierodonetsk.
 

Afghanistan earthquake kills 1,000, injures another 1,500 people

An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.9 hit the province of Paktika in eastern Afghanistan, leaving 1,000 dead and 1,500 injured.
 

Karen's Diner in Sydney, Australia serves an alternative rude dining experience

Created in October 2021 in Sydney, the diner's concept is based on the expression "You're such a Karen."
 

Epic layout photos showcase the vision for a floating water city in Maldives

A DutchA architectural firm is poised to build an innovative floating city inA Maldives, a Southern Asia nation of islands located in the Indian Ocean.
 

Afghanistan earthquake kills at least 1,000 people, authorities say: 'People are digging grave after grave'

The European seismological agency said the earthquake's tremors were felt over 310 miles by 119 million people across Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.
 

Afghanistan earthquake kills at least 1,000 people, magnitude 5.9 felt across the region

At least 1,000 people were killed and at least another 1,500 were injured after a magnitude 5.9 earthquake rocked eastern Afghanistan.
 

Polio is back: Virus detected in London sewage samples, health officials say

The public is being urged to ensure polio vaccines are up to date, especially parents of young children who missed immunization.
 

Ukraine under threat of 'massive' missile attack from Black Sea, Zelenskyy adviser says: June 20 recap

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's adviser said on Monday that Ukraine is under threat of a new Russian attack of large proportions. Recap.
 

A third American citizen may be missing in Ukraine; Russia expected Kyiv to fall in 12 hours, Ukraine defense minister says: June 16 recap

A State DepartmentA spokesperson said officials have contacted the family of the third U.S. citizen believed to be missing. June 16 recap.
 

'Everything that can burn is on fire' in battleground city; State Department reports second US fatality: June 21 recap

Russian troops pounded away at pockets of resistance in eastern Ukraine. Ben Stiller meets President Zelenskyy.
 

Hong Kong's iconic giant floating restaurant capsizes in South China Sea

Aberdeen Restaurant Enterprises Ltd, reported the Jumbo Floating Restaurant encountered "adverse conditions" as it was passing the Xisha Islands.
 

Summer Solstice celebrations at Stonehenge mark the longest day of the year

Thousands of druids, pagans and New Age revelers greeted the summer solstice at Stonehenge on the longest day of the northern hemisphere year.
 

Actor Ben Stiller praises Ukrainian President Zelenskyy on United Nations visit

Actor Ben Stiller visited Ukraine as a United Nations goodwill ambassador marking World Refugee Day.
 

At 661 pounds, this giant stingray may be the largest freshwater fish ever caught

A giant stingray in Southeast Asia measuring 13 feet long and 661 pounds may be the largest freshwater fish ever caught.
 

Israel heads for unprecedented fifth election in three years after government collapses

A vote is expected in the fall and could mark the return of a nationalist religious government led by former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
 

International Yoga Day 2022

International Yoga Day has been celebrated every year since 2015 on June 21. Yoga originated in India.
 

Ukraine moves closer to EU candidacy; Families of 2 missing American veterans speak out: June 17 recap

On Friday, President Joe Biden said he'd been briefed on the Americans missing in Ukraine and urged others not to travel there. Latest updates.
 

'People are starving and thirsty': As the US sends aid to Ukraine, some say it's not flowing fast enough

The Biden administration says it's trying to balance the dire needs in Ukraine with good oversight as it doles out US humanitarian assistance.
 

Photos show aftermath of the Beirut blast

A massive explosion shook Lebanon's capital Beirut on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2020 wounding a number people and causing widespread damage.
 

'I'm leaving, and I'm just not coming back':A Fed up with racism, Black Americans head overseas

Saying they feel cornered and powerless in the face of persistent racial and economic struggles in the USA, some Black Americans decide to settle abroad.
 

Two US military vets who felt compelled to fight Russia, are now missing in Ukraine

The families of two Alabama men are holding out hope that Andy Tai Ngoc Huynh and Alex Drueke are safe after going missing in Ukraine.
 

Man paralyzed 12 years ago becomes Italy's first medically assisted suicide

The tetraplegic man said he's finally free after becoming Italy's first medically assisted suicide. He said he was like "a boat adrift in the ocean."
 

British interior minister orders Julian Assange extradition to US to face espionage charges

The decision does not end the WikiLeaks founder's fight to avoid facing a U.S. trial in a case that could have implications for First Amendment protections.
 

Reparations bill gets new attention amid BLM. Could other nations provide a blueprint?

Reparations for historical crimes and injustices such as slavery and genocide have been made in other countries. Will the USA join the list?
 

Exclusive: Ukraine's top military spy says captured American fighters could be released in prisoner swap

Ukraine has spies inside the Kremlin, Ukraine's top military intelligence spy said in an exclusive USA TODAY interview, among other disclosures.