Thursday, January 26, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (1/26/23)

Today is Thursday! Almost there!

As its only remaining elected officials depart, Haiti reaches a breaking point (NPR)

How Not to Negotiate with Russia (Politico)

The Doomsday Clock Is Now Closer Than Ever to Midnight (Smithsonian)

Covid increases risk of grave illness and death in pregnant women – study (The Guardian)

What a shock: Rep. George Santos’ earliest political backers faced financial misconduct investigations (Grid)

This is a great idea: Bill would allow New Hampshire cities and towns to pass rent controls (NH Bulletin)

Do AI Art Tools Break Copyright Laws? Two New Lawsuits Will Find Out. (Gizmodo)

You don't say: Corporate Greed Has Something To Do With ‘Inflation-Related’ Grocery Prices (The Takeout)

A Hall of Famer With All the ‘Ingredients’ for Third Base (NYT)

‘A second front’: fight to save 1,000-year-old caves from developers in Ukraine (The Guardian)

And some longer reads:

Revealed: more than 90% of rainforest carbon offsets by biggest provider are worthless, analysis shows (The Guardian)

Great news for germs (Vox)

A Cathedral Tried to Approach Heaven, but the Earth Held a Deep Secret (NYT)

My mom and brother and I all do this, so I've always assumed there's a genetic component: I usually wake up just ahead of my alarm. What's up with that? (NPR)

The Striking Geology of The Wheel of Time (Tor)

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