Primaries, White House, Kate Spade: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing

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10. Finally, Tuesday’s “Late Show” should be interesting.

Former President Bill Clinton, who’s making a publicity round for the thriller he wrote with James Patterson, sits down with Stephen Colbert at 11:30 p.m. Eastern on CBS. He’s been in hot water since telling another interviewer he thought he “did the right thing” during the Monica Lewinsky scandal.

(And if you can’t wait that long, the authors will speak at a TimesTalk at 7 p.m. Eastern. Watch here.)

Elsewhere in The Times, our food writer talked to Anissa Helou, above, a chef and author whose new book, “Feast: Food of the Islamic World,” features recipes from Xinjiang to Zanzibar.

“Through this book, I wanted to open up a world that people might not know, but in a positive and approachable way,” she said.

Have a great night.

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