Thursday, December 15, 2022

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (12/15/22)

Happy Thursday! We're getting ready for a snowstorm here!

No Christmas ceasefire in Ukraine, Russia says, as winter deadlock sets in (The Guardian)

Good!! You can order free COVID tests again by mail (NPR)

Lawmakers grapple with sheer size of FTX’s missing billions (WaPo)

Of course: Twitter Trust and Safety Council members describe weeks of radio silence from the company and Musk (Grid) 

That's something: Congress Set to Replace Dred Scott Author’s Statue With Thurgood Marshall (NYT)

Social media influencers charged with $100m stock scheme (BBC)

N.H. hospitals are seeing a sharp rise in flu cases (NHPR)

Patient mistrust and poor access hamper federal efforts to overhaul family planning (The 19th*)

Propaganda or Protest? Hans Baumann’s ‘Alexander’ (BL European studies blog)

Meteorite that landed in Cotswolds may solve mystery of Earth’s water (The Guardian)

And some longer reads:

Whew, an essential Kyrsten Sinema read: ‘She Made an Idiot Out of Me’ (The Atlantic)

The 80-year-old book that explains Elon Musk and tech’s new right-wing tilt (Vox)

Inside Wuhan: How China’s ground zero for covid hit its zero-covid tipping point (Grid)

Can a National Museum Rebuild Its Collection Without Colonialism? (NYT)

Simonen in America (CrimeReads)

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