Saturday, February 11, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (2/11/23)

Today is Saturday and I made an absurdly long to do list, so let's see how I do!

Pence subpoenaed by special counsel investigating Trump (CNN)

I see he's staying with his platform of "killing children": Trump vows to 'stop' gender-affirming care for minors if re-elected president (NBC)

China’s Mideast buildup stirs security worries for U.S. (Politico)

The Killing of Tyre Nichols and the Issue of Race (New Yorker)

SIGH: Sununu moves closer to presidential run with creation of new fundraising committee (NHPR)

Striking HarperCollins Workers Reach Tentative Agreement With Publisher (NYT)

Ridiculous: Temple University cuts tuition and health benefits for striking graduate students (NPR)

The Tests Are Vital. But Congress Decided That Regulation Is Not. (ProPublica)

Burt Bacharach, Composer Who Added a High Gloss to the ’60s, Dies at 94 (NYT)

‘A landmark step’: how pioneering foetal surgery is transforming lives (The Guardian)

And some longer reads:

Turkey’s earthquake was devastating enough — rain, snow and regional politics have made things worse (Grid)

Biden said 107 words on abortion and LGBTQ+ issues in the State of the Union. Here’s why that matters. (The 19th*)

UPS and the Package Wars (New Yorker)

How an Unorthodox Scholar Uses Technology to Expose Biblical Forgeries (Smithsonian)

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