Sunday, January 22, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (1/22/23)

Today is Sunday! I think! Yes.

Peru protests: Machu Picchu closed indefinitely and tourists stranded (BBC)

Guess which party! An Iowa official's wife is charged with 52 counts of voter fraud in congressional race (NPR)

Abortion bans don’t prosecute pregnant people. That may be about to change. (The 19th*)

NH has spent years trying to prevent police from killing people in mental distress, but advocates say gaps remain (NHPR)

Splitting the atomic scientists: how the Ukraine war ruined physics (The Guardian)

U.S. plans crackdown on nursing homes that sedate patients with unnecessary antipsychotics (STAT)

Why it matters that the diversity report card for environmental organizations doesn’t track gender (The 19th*)

Whoa: Italian Police Seize Rubens Masterpiece From an Exhibition (Smithsonian)

Oh NO: The World of Crackers Has Lost a Giant (Slate)

Creating Dual Timelines and Five Novels That Do It Well (CrimeReads)

And some longer reads:

How Russia’s New Commander in Ukraine Could Change the War (New Yorker)

Members of a new House committee will have the power to investigate agencies that are investigating them (Grid)

In the Southeast, power company money flows to news sites that attack their critics (NPR)

Amna Nawaz is stepping into history at PBS, and she hopes to make room for others like her (The 19th*)

For Marginalized Chefs, Are Pop-Ups the Path to Success? (Eater)

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