The Washington Post Sunday - 21 Nov 2021

Table of content - The Washington Post Sunday (21 Nov 2021)

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With policy gains, Biden team turns to inflation stance
Fake beagle-research claim deluges Fauci’s phone line
Acquittal elevates fatal-force debate
Verdict firms up long-held fears on bias in courts
A push for diversity by relaxing singlefamily zoning spurs a hot debate
It started out as history. Now it’s also a political program
Washington Spirit earns NWSL title with a 2-1 win over Chicago
Mostly cloudy 56/48
Afghans bide time in N.M. ‘village’
Seeking reelection: Biden tells allies he plans to run in 2024.
Gerrymandering is hated, but both parties keep at it
Firearm accidentally goes off at airport
Band director among 3 dead in bus crash
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Police officer fatally shoots N.C. man:
Americans are eager to travel, but airlines might not be ready
The Steele dossier: A guide to latest revelations, allegations
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Campaign to aid dogs sets sights on Fauci
Afghans bide time at Air Force base
Verdict again divides Americans, this time on scope of self-defense
Race looms large over trials in two states
Biden, aiming to reassure, tells allies that he is running in 2024
White House weighs big-firm offensive to stanch inflation
Three decades after the Soviet era, a Moscow street echoes what was, and hints where Russia is heading
Sinema holds firm in support of filibuster, imperiling voting rights push
Borrowers see student debt forgiven in temporarily expanded program
In the Polish forest, desperate migrants and a grave marked by a red light
Thousands in France protest violence against women:
Taliban to start paying government workers
Indian police charge Amazon executives in drug case:
Restive and battered by pandemic, Chile picks new president
Protests erupt in Europe against pandemic restrictions
8,167 wines
2,693 beers
Despite a virus-driven retreat, China’s global ambitions persist
McCarthy spent 8 hours telling us how angry he is
No bones about it: The roast turkey was bequeathed to us by Satan
Ayanna Pressley is trying to build a very big Squad
Building on Build Back Better
A road plan for tomorrow
Keep books on the shelves
Back to school
Trust the choice to parent
The future of the party
Meeting halfway on electric cars
Josh Hawley, progressives’ soulmate in the Senate
Biden’s in a rut. Here’s the way out.
The stench of vigilantism in Georgia
Kyle Rittenhouse’s verdict should not be a green light
Where LOVE Comes Easy
The 1619 Project started as history.
Weapons tests in space could shut down ATMs and ground flights
The state’s burden: To prove Rittenhouse didn’t act in self-defense
How Taylor Swift makes us see ourselves in her.
Fannie Lou Hamer’s lasting legacy.
Why do so many leaders become corrupt?
Biden’s broken promise on climate change.
This is the next battlefield. It’s a mess.
Winning a guilty verdict was always a long shot
Swift makes her lyrics feel like diary entries. We should read them as art.
Inflation is bad. But mass joblessness would have been so much worse.
Foreign powers say they want to stop Ethiopia’s civil war. They’re worsening it.
President Biden is breaking his promise to block drilling on public lands
In its book form, the 1619 Project quietly evolves
An expanded perspective, and a controversial claim, on America’s revolution
Can genetics help eliminate inequality in education?
From the chaos of France’s defeat to the thrill of Paris’s liberation
Why power attracts the wrong kind of people
What Fannie Lou Hamer can teach today’s activists
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D.C. housing chair owes over $15,000
Zoning laws’ immense divide
Renewed mandate prompts critiques
Thanksgiving travel boom expected
High today at approx. 3 p.m.
Police in viral arrests cleared
Etel Adnan, 96, celebrated Lebanese American writer, found late-in-life celebrity as a painter.
How a sculptor decided just how big the Kennedy Center bust of JFK needed to be.
As the area rebuilds its post-pandemic community, free buses should lead the way.
Americans are eager to fly, but are airlines ready for them?
Area braces for busiest holiday travel season in two years
Travel tips
D.C. extending permits for scooter, dockless-bike operators through June
Behind the 8-foot-tall, 1.5-ton bust of JFK that graces the Kennedy Center foyer
Man pleads guilty to stealing mailed checks
Pedestrian killed in Montgomery County
Man claims self-defense in shooting
Md. man rejects plea deal in Jan. 6 attack
Woman sentenced in prison bribery scheme
Montgomery mask mandate brings mixed feelings
As the area rebuilds, consider free buses
In praise of local news
In Virginia, dial ‘C’ for crisis
Maryland is plagued by a little-known diversity problem
Nationwide, neighborhoods are split on zoning law changes
Ocean City forgoes deeper probe into o∞cers’ viral arrests of Black teenagers
Chair of D.C. board did not pay income tax, records show
Celebrated writer found late-in-life fame as a painter
Longtime Colts running back had gritty and brief star turn as quarterback
Drummer, co-founder of the Moody Blues
The Weather
Fall season is finally popping — and it was worth the wait
Police stop teen jumping from bridge after chase
Charlotte still loves Rivera, who transcended coaching
Wizards get needed jolt to rally past Heat
Newton no longer must-see, but he’s still a sight to behold
Indomitable Spirit
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Bearcats rack up style points in rout
The IOC could take a harder line with China as scrutiny over handling of Peng Shuai case grows.
Cavs done in by their own miscues, fall at Pitt.
Terps drilled by Michigan, still not bowl eligible.
No. 5 Wildcats roll in Hall of Fame Tip-O≠ opener
Djokovic won’t commit after Aussie mandate
Cincinnati polishes its playo≠ résumé
Terps pummeled as slide continues
Oregon’s playoff hopes vanish in blowout loss
Amid rout, Buckeyes begin to think ahead
Tigers look more like themselves in blowout
Hokies lose first game without Fuente
Johnson helps Dukes share CAA title
Mountaineers extend Longhorns’ skid
Defense comes up big for Bulldogs, who open Division II playo≠s with rout
Cavs’ ACC Coastal title hopes dashed as Panthers clinch
Mids’ wild loss to Pirates includes injury to coach
Samuel takes what defenses give him. Then he takes more.
Samuel takes what defenses give him. Then he takes more.
Keys to the game
Newton is not quite ready to merely be Clark Kent
Steelers’ starting QB clears virus protocols
Rivera had a big presence in Charlotte’s community
Wizards come back from 16-point deficit to beat Heat
New Jersey uses big rally to overtake Tampa Bay
New York gives Houston its 14th consecutive loss
Seattle hockey’s favorite son returns
Questions swirling on safety of tennis star
Turbulent season ends with Spirit’s first crown
For Black athletes and coaches, there has been little progress on racial issues
Solskjaer faces uncertain job status after ‘embarrassing’ defeat
McIlroy, on the edge of disaster, keeps lead
Once-struggling Vikings conclude dominant run
Guzman takes over to lift the Wildcats
Spring momentum leads to fall title for Gladiators
After unlikely comeback, Jaguars look for payback
Griffins finally aren’t ‘left at the altar’ at Gravy Bowl
Reads for younger audiences
Immersive graphic novels
Reads to soothe the soul
Novels that leave a chill
Binge-worthy narration
This year’s Top 10 list
Memorable romances
Page-turning thrillers
Eye-catching covers
Nonfiction notables
Standout fiction
50 years later, Leo Nocentelli’s long-lost album drops
How live action puts a spotlight on race
For Finn Wolfhard, fame is the strangest thing
‘Eurydice’: Retelling the Orpheus myth without looking back
50 notable works of nonfiction
Tonics for uncertain times
Novels to keep you guessing
Love within the pages
judge these by the cover
‘Shutdown,’ by Adam Tooze (Viking)
‘A Shock,’ by Keith Ridgway (New Directions)
‘My Friend Natalia,’ by Laura Lindstedt, translated by David Hackston (Liveright)
‘The Four Humors,’ by Mina Seçkin (Catapult)
‘After the Sun,’ by Jonas Eika (Riverhead)
‘I Was Never the First Lady,’ by Wendy Guerra (HarperVia)
‘Mona,’ by Pola Oloixarac (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)
‘My Year Abroad,’ by Chang-Rae Lee (Riverhead)
‘God of Mercy,’ by Okezie Nwoka (Astra House)
‘Milk Fed,’ by Melissa Broder (Scribner)
These works are worth a listen
Picks for young readers
Graphic novels with big impact
Blues, jazz, electronica. It all flows through Ben LaMar Gay.
Think Degas was a misogynist? It’s worth taking a closer look.
Teaming up to create a new artistic identity
Puzzle-platformer is light on the glitz, heavy on the ‘wow’
Tickled pink about the achievements of her friends yet still green with envy
Of me I sing: First-person parodies
New contest for Week 1463: Fork over some (new) Spoonerisms
Answers to last week’s puzzle.
Giving thanks: The holiday’s grace note
A Puerto Rican pork roast can be a standout served with a traditional side on your holiday table.
There are a lot of ways to make mashed potatoes, and your favorite way is best
Wet brine, dry brine, no brine: It’s a matter of time, space and preference
This hearty salad stands on its own, or could be a side for, say ... turkey!
Fall Chopped Salad With Citrus Dressing
Vegan sweet potato biscuits bring soft, fluffy warmth to your holiday table
Vegan Sweet Potato Coconut Biscuits
Spinach Lasagna Soup
Luscious soup takes cues from lasagna
It’s not cool if your oven isn’t getting hot. Here’s a guide to troubleshooting.
Grace: Taking a moment adds so much meaning
Blessing a meal can be a blessing in itself
How will gluten-free pie crust hold up in freezer?
Apples can be the star of a cocktail bar, and the alcohol is optional
Spiced Cider Old-Fashioned
Holiday gifts for wine lovers: Local bottles, luxe gadgets and tasting kits
Pernil is a porky alternative to turkey at Thanksgiving. Just guard the skin.
Rice and pigeon peas pack a lot of flavor in one pot
Arroz con Gandules
In Mallorca, peace, pleasantries — and paella
Cycling is on a roll
Confused by coronavirus testing requirements for international travel? You are not alone.
With the winter sports season underway, a primer on how to stay safe on the slopes.
Covid testing rules evoke confusion and frustration
Luxuriating at destination hotels
If you go
A foray into genever, a Dutch spirit soaked in history
A Spanish island that’s easy on the eyes — and the palate
If you go
Heading to the slopes? Here’s how to stay safe this winter.
Varying requirements and sporadic enforcement are a recipe for agitation
Get your kicks on these newly added cycling routes
Online adult show meets foe: Paperwork
New lie-detection tech’s developers face skeptics
Orders strong, but toys don’t make themselves
Amid rising prices and empty shelves, holiday shopping will be particularly trying this year. Here’s what to do.
The fine line between advocacy and overreach when adult children are struggling in the workplace.
Labor shortage delays filling a crush of incoming orders
Should parents try to help adult child keep job while o≠spring is hospitalized?
Nominations still open for Top Workplaces
The hottest holiday toys of 2021
Adult performers fear losing the control they found online
Holiday shoppers can expect bare shelves and high prices. Here’s how to cope.
This company says eye movements hold the key to the truth
Stocks mixed as virus tempers strong consumer spending
Where to be—and not be—flexible as a new manager
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