Tuesday, February 14, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (2/14/23)

Today is Tuesday. Unfortunately we're opening with something awful that was breaking as I was heading to bed last night, so I haven't read a ton yet, but linking you to updates...

Live Updates: Gunman Is Dead After Killing 3 at Michigan State, Police Say (NYT)

Netanyahu launches contentious overhaul as thousands protest (WaPo)

Dissident Iranian director Mohammad Rasoulof released from prison (The Guardian)

Cyprus’ ex-Foreign Minister Christodoulides elected president (Politico EU)

Ugh: A judge blocks the release of most of a grand jury report in Georgia election probe (NPR)

UGH: New ‘provisional ballot’-type system to debut next week during Rochester special election (NH Bulletin)

The U.N. Secretary-General’s Searing Message for the Fossil-Fuel Industry (New Yorker)

“Loving” Christian Super Bowl ads connected to anti-LGBTQ+ hate group (LGBTQ Nation)

A New Discovery Puts Panama as the Site of the First Successful Slave Rebellion (Smithsonian)

William Hogarth works at London’s oldest hospital to be restored (The Guardian)

And some longer reads:

Amnesty in Turkey for Construction Violations Is Scrutinized After Quake (NYT)

The U.S. effort to arm Ukraine starts in Scranton, Pennsylvania (Grid)

A philosopher’s death and the two realities of Orb├ín’s Hungary (Politico EU)

Coming soon: Beef, coffee, and chocolate, without a side of environmental destruction (Vox)

‘I’ve been in that room’: How HBO’s ‘The Last of Us’ resonated for a survivor of the AIDS crisis (The 19th*)

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