Monday, February 20, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (2/20/23)

Today is Monday and I have the day off! This would not have been my first choice of a holiday for my company to add this year, but I am also not looking a day off gift horse in the mouth. Here's my weekly TV news roundup at The Televixen.

Biden has made a secret trip to Kyiv as Russia's war there enters its 2nd year (NPR) 

East Palestine train derailment is the latest in a disturbing trend of hazmat incidents along America’s railways (Grid)

Farmworker group says Hannaford's ethics help line hasn't fixed living conditions (NHPR)

Ashley Diamond won a legal victory to protect incarcerated trans people in 2016. Now, she’s suing again. (The 19th*)

The radicalization of Michel Houellebecq (Politico EU)

An Interview With the Guy Who Has All Your Data (Gizmodo)

Congratulations to Jupiter! Jupiter Reclaims Title of Planet With the Most Moons (Smithsonian)

An A.I. Translation Tool Can Help Save Dying Languages. But at What Cost? (Slate)

Archaeologist hails possibly oldest mummy yet found in Egypt (The Guardian)

A Fossil Flower Trapped in Amber Had a Mistaken Identity for 150 Years (NYT)

And some longer reads:

Exxon Scientists Predicted Global Warming, Even as Company Cast Doubts, Study Finds (NYT)

In a post-Dobbs world, pathologists who study pregnancy loss walk a thin line between medicine and the law (STAT)

What does a world with billions of old people look like? Asian countries are searching for answers (Grid)

Five Revolutionary Technologies Helping Scientists Study Polar Bears (Smithsonian)

John le CarrĂ©’s Search for a Vocation (New Yorker)

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