Happening in the World: In India, two different restaurant chains are battling in court over who invented buttered chicken. Moti Mahal, a famous restaurant chain that has served the likes of Richard Nixon claims that their founder invented buttered chicken in the 1930s. Moti Mahal is accusing Daryaganj, a rival chain, of taking credit for the invention. The Gujral family of Moti Mahal is seeking $240,000 in damages. (Reuters)

Happening in the US: More people cast a ballot in New Hampshire yesterday than ever before in the Republican primary. Donald Trump easily prevailed over Nikki Haley, his last remaining challenger after Ron DeSantis dropped from the race. More than 300,000 voters arrived at the polls, toppling the previous Republican primary record of 287,000. (NYTimes)

Happening in the US: On Tuesday, the parks department named 20 spots citywide that would receive new parks funding through its Community Parks Initiative. This comes after a CUNY study where it was shown that this investment into city parks correlates with health benefits. CPI has provided funding for 67 other parks since 2014. (Gothamist)

Happening in Our Community: Columbia Health will offer virtual naloxone training today from 12 to 1 pm. It is open to all Columbia affiliates. Registration is required.

Buttered Chicken via Wikimedia Commons