Monday, February 27, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (2/27/23)

Oh, Monday. Here's my weekly TV news roundup at The Televixen.

Results are still coming in, but this is good background: Nigeria is about to pick a new leader. What the election means for the country — and for Africa. (Grid)

SOMEONE is definitely at fault!! (Not necessarily the skater herself.) After Russia finds 'no fault' in doping scandal of figure skater, WADA appeals case (NPR)

With an eye on 2024, some states consider new protections for election workers (The 19th*)

Good for them: Gabrielle Union-Wade and Dwyane Wade Fight for Justice for Black Trans People at 2023 NAACP Image Awards (THR)

NH House gives initial marijuana legalization OK (NHPR)

FINALLY. He's been terrible in lots of ways for years. Dilbert cartoon dropped by US newspapers over creator’s racist comments (The Guardian)

Health leaders are ‘cheerleading’ for childhood vaccines as student vaccination rates drop (NH Bulletin)

From outdoor sessions to historically close split, NH House Clerk Paul Smith aims to keep 400 lawmakers moving (NHPR)

Space dust from 4.2bn-year-old asteroid could hold key to preventing cataclysmic collisions with Earth (The Guardian)

Digital Scans Reveal Secrets of ‘Golden Boy’ Mummy (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads:

A year of war in Ukraine as witnessed by Guardian photographers – photo essay (The Guardian)

How Vladimir Putin sells his war against ‘the West’ (Politico EU)

Jimmy Carter’s real legacy: Saving millions of lives from a debilitating disease (Grid)

For British Farmers, the Effects of Brexit Have Become Clearer (NYT)

9 diseases that keep epidemiologists up at night (NPR)

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