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Dorothy Dean presents: Stuffed acorn squash is a hearty and versatile all-in-one meal

One of fall’s most popular vegetables, winter squash, is here in abundance. Colorfully lining carts, tables and displays at farmers markets and grocery stores, squash is just waiting to be transformed into a delicious dish at your table. Squash has a subtle sweet and buttery flavor, so it pairs well with just about anything. 

North Dakota governor changes tack and issues mask mandate

BISMARCK, N.D. — After months of resisting ordering the people of North Dakota to wear masks and limit the size of gatherings, the state's Republican governor relented in an effort to stem a coronavirus surge that is among the worst in the U.S. and that threatens to overwhelm the state's hospitals.

Delivery giant DoorDash plans to sell stock to public

Delivery giant DoorDash Inc. is planning to sell its stock to the public, capitalizing on the growing trend of consumers embracing app-based deliveries as much of the world stays home during the pandemic.

South Bronx restaurant turns into soup kitchen to help poor

NEW YORK – The special dish at La Morada, a small Mexican restaurant in the Bronx, varies from day to day: Perhaps it’s enfrijoladas, handmade tortillas covered with black bean sauce and pico de gallo. Or beef with a side salad.

Water Cooler: Halloween snacks

Halloween might be a little different this year, and if you’re cozying up at home for the holiday, there are plenty of festive snacks for celebrating while quarantined and social distancing. The spooky list includes toxic sludge macaroni and cheese, toxic apples (beware, Snow White) and monstered deviled eggs. Happy Halloween!

Fed survey finds tepid growth as U.S. economy battles pandemic

A Federal Reserve survey of business conditions around the country found that the U.S. economy grew at a “slight to modest” pace in September and early October, but also documented many areas of economic activity hobbled by the coronavirus pandemic.