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For Pasta Lovers Bored By Spaghetti, There's A New Short, Wavy, Sauce-Holding Shape

Dan Pashman, host of the podcast The Sporkful, had a quest: develop and market a brand-new shape of pasta. The result is cascatelli, a short, flat, ruffled pasta three years in the making.

Orbit Tesk
Thoughts Tesk
Oceanica The Best Pessimist
6619 Days of Waiting The Best Pessimist
Hotel The Antlers

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas addresses a press briefing this month. Mayorkas has tried to discourage migrants from coming north and blamed the Trump administration for dismantling the system that processes and cares for them. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Despite 'Ample Warning,' U.S. Was Unprepared For Latest Surge Of Migrant Children

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The Well Whale Fall
El Caracol Whale Fall
This Advice Damu The Fudgemunk
In Command Damu The Fudgemunk

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For Pasta Lovers Bored By Spaghetti, There's A New Short, Wavy, Sauce-Holding Shape

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Shape I'm In The Band
Rexanimarum Israel Nash Gripka
Spring Evening Mokhov
Solace Embrace Mokhov

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Black Church Leaders In Georgia On The Importance Of 'Souls To The Polls'

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Vägen Tingvall Trio
Sevilla Tingvall Trio
Eastynato Daniel Szabo
Unshield Arms and Sleepers
Kanada Vintage Arms and Sleepers
Draco Sarah, the Illstrumentalist
TriBeCa Sarah, the Illstrumentalist
Utakata Anan Ryoko

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High-Stakes Supreme Court Clash Between Growers, Farmworkers Could Blow Up Other Laws

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