Thursday, December 22, 2022

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (12/22/22)

Today is Thursday and I have lots of baking and knitting to do!

Volodymyr Zelenskiy channels Churchill to briefly unite a polarised US Congress (The Guardian)

Coalition Deal Puts Netanyahu on Brink of Power in Israel (NYT)

Coronavirus: China's hospitals seem to be filling up - WHO (BBC)

American life expectancy is now at its lowest in nearly two decades (NPR)

Awful: City and state officials clear three Concord encampments, leaving dozens without shelter (NHPR)

Success of ‘slavery on the ballot’ measures could help incarcerated pregnant people of color (The 19th*)

US Postal Service fulfills top Biden climate goal with deployment of 66,000 electric delivery trucks (CNN)

Davante Lewis is the first out LGBTQ+ person elected to statewide office in Louisiana (LGBTQ Nation)

You’ve Got to Be Kidding! Real ID Deadline for Domestic Fliers Is Extended. Again. (NYT)

Oh NO. (Luckily it sounds like she didn't lose too much work.) Ann Cleeves loses laptop containing draft of new book in Shetland blizzard (The Guardian)

And some longer reads:

Why Germany and Japan are rebuilding their military power 8 decades after World War II (Grid)

A Tour Of Ukraine's Battle-Scarred Snake Island (RFE)

A Look Inside New York’s Swirling Kaleidoscope of Faiths (NYT)

The ‘Perpetual Broths’ That Simmer For Decades (Atlas Obscura)

The Best Crime Movies of 2022 (CrimeReads)

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