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Tuesday headlines: Honey. Hot bologna. Hot lips.

Vanguard says the chances of a recession by late 2020 have risen to between 30 and 40 percent.

A path forward for the GOP: Running candidates in cities like San Diego who are focused on what locals really care about.

White House aides often tell President Trump not to call foreign leaders at odd hours due to time zone differences.

Donald Trump hires the worst people, according to Trump.

Allegations of anti-Semitism haunt Britain’s Labour party under Jeremy Corbyn.

Once reserved for Nazi war criminals, "denaturalization"—stripping someone's citizenship—is a favored Trump tactic.

“Deadnaming” is the practice of calling a trans person by the name they no longer use—one that has a double meaning when it involves murder.

The Endangered Species Act is now itself endangered.

In Flagstaff, despite a polarized political climate, wildfires cause liberals and conservatives to agree on policy.

The peace symbol comes from semaphores, and other leftist logo trivia.

A fact-checker tackles some of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s recent sweeping rhetoric.

West Virginia moves to impeach its entire Supreme Court for multiple crimes, plus "lavish" office spending.

Hard-boiled egg. Honey. Hot bologna. Hot dog. Hot lips (breaded chicken breast smothered with hot sauce, served with blue cheese dressing). Eighty-two items are available on a stick at the Iowa State Fair.

A list of the 10 items that SNAP recipients are most likely to purchase at the grocery store.

Writers are told not to describe skin tones with food terms. A Nigerian essayist in South Africa begs to differ.

Women with heart attacks have a higher risk of dying if their cases are handled by male doctors.

The CEO of PepsiCo, stepping down after 12 years, blames the lack of fellow female chiefs on "a pipeline problem."

An AP investigation finds that Google tracks your location even if you’ve paused “Location History.”

“Snapchat dysmorphia” is real: Millennials are seeking out plastic surgery to better resemble their edited photos.

Video: A robot named “There’s Waldo” can find a Waldo in about four and a half seconds.

“We’ve proved skeptics wrong.” A profile of Richard Branson's space program and the lead pilot for its SpaceShipTwo.

In forcing a transition to HTTPS, Silicon Valley ignores needs of users in developing and rural areas.

Hundreds of streets in San Francisco have "uncontrolled intersections," with neither stoplights nor signs.

The Meg is... one of the last of its species: A movie made, in no small part, because the fans wouldn’t let it sink. The making-of story behind one of the last films clamored for in the ‘90s.

The book really is better than the movie: a study of 17 books versus their 2018 adaptations.

Video: Gardening lessons from the late 1920s, “including some wonderful time-lapse footage and inter-titles to match.”

Skateboards, cutoffs, and other summer images from Hawaii illustrator Kate Wadsworth.

Choire Sicha says if you don’t know what kind of dog you are, you don’t know how to take care of yourself.

"It can be pretty scary." German police rescue a man being stalked by a baby squirrel.