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Garlic and anchovy rubbed turkey, in New York. Why can’t turkey taste more like lamb — specifically, a Provençal-style leg of lamb, rubbed down with garlic, anchovies and rosemary? Food Stylist: Barrett Washburne. Prop Stylist: Courtney de Wet. (Christopher Testani/The New York Times)

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Am I poised to ruin Thanksgiving?

A woman considering serving a take-out turkey worries about getting roasted.

The Dow declined by 1.6 Monday, while the technology-heavy Nasdaq dropped by 3 percent.

Tech’s troubles on Wall Street haven’t hit Boston yet — but they could

No boom lasts forever. When this one ends, Boston’s tech sector could be vulnerable — but less so than in the past.

Some at US Representative Seth Moulton’s town hall-style meeting in Amesbury Monday held signs backing Nancy Pelosi.

Seth Moulton catches heat for Pelosi rebellion

A backlash to the congressman is brewing both in D.C. and at home.

The Brockton VA Community Living Center.

Calling treatment ‘nothing short of horrifying,’ veterans groups demand VA nursing home fixes

Six national veterans groups, who together represent nearly 5 million members, say veterans who risked their lives for our country shouldn’t have to risk their lives in VA nursing homes.

// Ivanka Trump used personal e-mail for government work, report says

The president’s daughter and adviser sent messages to White House aides, Cabinet members and her assistants.