Wednesday, February 15, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (2/15/23)

I guess it's Wednesday! I was supposed to go to the dentist this morning but they called and rescheduled. A reprieve!

Dianne Feinstein is retiring. Could Adam Schiff replace her? (Vox)

Nikki Haley Is Running for President, the First G.O.P. Rival to Take On Trump (NYT)

Not great!! Italy regional elections: Right-wing coalition wins landslide victory (Politico EU)

Dictator Hun Sen shuts down Cambodia’s VOD broadcaster (The Guardian)

“I Owe Turkey, Because I Was a Refugee”: A Young Syrian on the Earthquake’s Devastation (New Yorker)

South Dakota is about to pass a trans healthcare ban (LGBTQ Nation)

Four things to consider as Sununu presents state budget plan to lawmakers (NHPR)

"Ebbs" is a strong word!! But wow, I spend so much time looking at this tracker. I'll miss it. As the pandemic ebbs, an influential COVID tracker shuts down (NPR)

Aw, good for him! (He's one of the highest-level male players to come out while playing.) Jakub Jankto: Czech Republic international midfielder comes out as gay (BBC)

Ancient DNA Reveals a Genetic History of the Viking Age (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads:

Can Putin win? (Politico EU)

Want to stop police abuse? Screen out the abusers, experts say. (Grid)

Sigh: Vaccine Makers Kept $1.4 Billion in Prepayments for Canceled Covid Shots for the World’s Poor (NYT)

The Meaning of African American Studies (New Yorker)

A.I. Is Becoming More Conversational. But Will It Get More Honest? (NYT)

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