Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (1/24/23)

It's Tuesday! Or so I'm told! I'm finally home after an extremely long travel day, so we're still going through some stuff I had bookmarked in the past few weeks rather than lots of new headlines, but hopefully back to the normal mix of the two tomorrow!

A U.N. report has good and dire news about child deaths. What's the take-home lesson? (NPR)

Great! New York City to provide free abortion pills at four clinics (The Guardian)

The right has a hot new legal theory to destroy LGBTQ+ rights (LGBTQ Nation)

Arizona Prison Is Reportedly Inducing Early Labor in Pregnant People Without Consent (Jezebel)

Great idea: NH coalition wants younger and more diverse voices on local land use boards (NHPR)

Can geoengineering fix the climate? Hundreds of scientists say not so fast (The Guardian)

Archaeologists Recover 275 Artifacts From Mysterious Arctic Shipwreck (Smithsonian)

It’s Turtles All the Way Down in the Fossil Record (NYT)

Men Are the Most Likely Victims of Homicide. Why Do Crime Writers Kill So Many Women? (CrimeReads)

Specialty Coffee, But Make It Fun (Eater)

And some longer reads:

Epidemics That Weren’t: How Countries Shut Down Recent Outbreaks (NYT)

Making independent films in Xi Jinping’s China is getting harder and more dangerous: ‘We’re thorns in their sides’ (Grid)

Seventy-five Years After Indian Partition, Who Owns the Narrative? (New Yorker)

Is it time for GDPR 2.0? (Ars Technica)

A secret site for the Knights Templar? (BBC)

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