Tuesday, February 21, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (2/21/23)

Today is TUESDAY, which I have already had to remind myself of 15 times.

Turkey earthquake: Deadly new tremor traps people under rubble (BBC)

Putin says Russia will suspend role in New START nuclear accord with U.S. (WaPo)

Buttigieg calls for stronger railroad safety rules after East Palestine disaster (NPR)

The Supreme Court prepares to decide the fate of Section 230, the internet’s Magna Carta (Grid)

Christa McAuliffe memorial to be built at NH Statehouse (NHPR)

Scientists find first evidence that black holes are the source of dark energy (Phys.org)

‘Extinction crisis’ of sharks and rays to have devastating effect on other species, study finds (The Guardian)

Everything you didn't know you need to know about MLB's new rules (Yahoo! Sports)

Maryland girl finds ancient tooth from a 50-foot-long megalodon in the Chesapeake Bay (NPR)

Archaeologists Unearth 3,000-Year-Old Wishing Well in Germany (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads:

Ecuador Tried to Curb Drilling and Protect the Amazon. The Opposite Happened. (NYT)

The Getty Family’s Trust Issues (New Yorker)

Global Push to Treat H.I.V. Leaves Children Behind (NYT)

This Canadian Ski Area Doesn’t Make Snow—It Farms It (Smithsonian)

17 Collections of Short Stories and Essays with a Strong Sense of Place (SSoP)

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