Tuesday, December 13, 2022

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (12/13/22)

Good morning! Today is Tuesday!

Ukrainian forces damage key bridge near Melitopol, reports say (The Guardian)

India and China troops clash on Arunachal Pradesh mountain border (BBC)

I see: Marjorie Taylor Greene Says Jan. 6 Insurrection Should Have Been Armed (Slate)

Bankman-Fried, disgraced former CEO of FTX crypto exchange, arrested in Bahamas (NPR)

The cheapest World Cup seats cost more than a week of wages for the migrant workers who built them (Grid)

Karen Bass’s First Act as L.A.’s Mayor: Declaring Homelessness an Emergency (NYT)

In the wake of the Colorado Springs shooting, two LGBTQ+ lawmakers talk policy priorities (The 19th*)

Go Deb!! (Don't worry, I know her, I'm not just being overly familiar.) Head of N.H. teachers’ union sues top education official over Education Freedom Accounts (NHPR)

That's great: Nielsen-Owned Gracenote to Track Disability Representation on TV (Variety)

This is fun: What is the sound of Facebook’s value crashing? Noisycharts turns news into noise (The Guardian)

And some longer reads:

A Putin nuclear strike on Ukraine? A Chinese attack against Taiwan? How the US prepares for global nightmares. (Grid)

She Wrote the Memo That Helped Take Down Harvey Weinstein. She’s Finally Ready to Talk. (THR)

Big Oil Companies Are Selling Their Wells. Some Worry Taxpayers Will Pay to Clean Them Up. (ProPublica)

The Columbus Clippers Made Public Sports Ownership Work. Can Anyone Else? (Defector)

Martin Edwards On E. C. R. Lorac's Delightful Whodunit, These Names Make Clues (CrimeReads)

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