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Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Mary Oliver dies at 83

NEW YORK | Mary Oliver, the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet whose rapturous odes to nature and animal life drew critical acclaim and popular affection, has...

A one-pan chili with maximum flavor starts with toasted rice

While the rice cooked, we prepared our ingredients for a quick but flavorful chili. We found that treating ground beef with salt and baking soda ensured that it would remain moist and tender, even with a short cooking time. Blooming ground cumin, minced garlic, and chipotle chile powder boosted their potency, which contributed complex flavor to the finished chili.

Less beef, more beans. Experts say world needs a new diet

"The evidence is not as strong as it seems to be," Ioannidis said.

A one-pan chili with maximum flavor starts with toasted rice

We started by toasting and simmering the rice, flavoring it with lime zest and juice to brighten it up. We then transferred it to individual serving bowls, which we kept warm in a low oven.

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AP Exclusive: A peek at how Disney resort shows are made

"If a character resonates, we stop and say, 'Hey, maybe we should do something,'" said Buckley, vice president of live entertainment at the resort.

‘Miracle’ flight survivors mark decade of thankfulness

"Everything that I could think about was the things I was going to miss," said Harris, 47, of Charlotte, North Carolina, where the flight was headed. "That fundamentally shifted my priorities."

National parks struggle to stay open, safe during shutdown

Nonprofits, businesses and state governments nationwide are supplying funding and volunteer hours in a fight...

Toot! Toot! New riverboat to ride Mississippi in New Orleans

"People come from all over the world. It is astonishing. They really want to see the river," said Adrienne Thomas, marketing director for the company, which also owns another riverboat, the Natchez.

Travelers face chaos as drones shut London’s Gatwick airport

"The police advice is that it would be dangerous to seek to shoot the drone down because of what may happen to the stray bullets," said Chris Woodroofe, Gatwick's chief operating officer.