What is America likely to eat on Election Night?

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Early votes suggest pizza, ice cream, and several different types of mac and cheese could be on menus tonight. While some tweets from early Election Day morning claimed there was no line to vote at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, the same could not be said for nearby Trader Joe’s, where a socially distant line snaked around the corner soon after 8 a.m. Perhaps those New Yorkers who have voted early are now turning their thoughts to quelling election anxieties with comfort food. Read Full Story

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Tropical Storm Cristobal path: 4 ways to track it in real time as the hurricane season starts early

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The National Hurricane Center expects Cristobal to bring tropical-storm-force winds from Louisiana to the Florida panhandle. Here’s how to track it. Cristobal, the tropical depression that this week became the third named storm in an unusually early hurricane season, is almost certain to intensify into a sizable tropical storm as it makes its way north through the Gulf of Mexico and bears down on the Louisiana coast. By late Saturday night, residents from southeastern Louisiana to the Florida panhandle can expect tropical-storm-force winds, the National Hurricane Center said Friday. Portions of the Gulf Coast from Florida to Texas are likely to be pummeled by heavy rainfall throughout the weekend. Read Full Story

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Here’s what we know about the attack on Twitter verified accounts so far

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Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey summed up the historic attack in concise Twitter fashion: “Tough day for us at Twitter.” Late last night, an historic attack hit Twitter , which saw dozens of high-profile verified accounts being taken over. The compromised accounts included those of Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, Joe Biden, Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Barack Obama, Uber, and Apple—among many, many others. Read Full Story

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How this vegan restaurant has defied the odds to become a buzzy Black mecca

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Atlanta’s late-night comfort-food hotspot has thrived during the pandemic, adding two more locations. Founder and CEO Pinky Cole’s secret? Walking in her purpose. Within the first six months of the COVID-19 pandemic, 100,000 restaurants in the United States either permanently closed or shut down for the foreseeable future, leaving nearly 3 million workers unemployed, according to the National Restaurant Association . Amid all the industry tumult, a vegan joint in Atlanta has not only stayed afloat but is having its best year ever. Read Full Story

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