Saturday, January 14, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (1/14/23)

Happy Saturday!

Russia is touting a rare military victory, but Ukraine disputes that claim (NPR)

Myanmar junta hit Indian territory during strike on rebel camp, say witnesses (The Guardian)

COVID booster rates in nursing homes remain low for staff and residents, new AARP data shows (The 19th*)

Good: U.S. District Court allows ‘banned concepts’ lawsuit to proceed (NH Bulletin)

And some good background on that: Teachers, public school advocates push for repeal of ‘divisive concepts’ law (NH Bulletin)

Crypto Gets Its First Prison Sentence for Insider Trading (Gizmodo)

Restoration of the Ozone Layer Is Back on Track, Scientists Say (NYT)

The gas stove regulation uproar, explained (Vox)

A Hawaiian Volcano vs. the Keeling Curve (New Yorker)

The Best Critical Nonfiction / Biography Books of 2022 (CrimeReads)

And some longer reads:

Democrats push for Bolsonaro to be booted from the U.S. as Brazil investigates riots (NPR)

Did smartphones get dozens of Russian soldiers killed? Armies around the world are struggling to keep troops off their phones. (Grid)

Health Experts Warily Eye XBB.1.5, the Latest Omicron Subvariant (NYT)

Rents Are Still Higher Than Before The Pandemic — And Assistance Programs Are Drying Up (FiveThirtyEight)

New Orleans Crime Fiction: Where Nothing Is Too Extreme (CrimeReads)

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