Monday, February 6, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (2/6/23)

Monday again. We can do this! Here's my TV news roundup at The Televixen.

I'm sending you to the BBC's live coverage page as this is just unfolding as I write this: Second earthquake hits Turkey after more than 1,000 killed (BBC)

Chinese province ends ban on unmarried people having children (The Guardian)

Ooh wow this also just broke as I was writing: Manchester City Charged With Dozens of Financial Violations (NYT)

It was very cold!! Mount Washington sets a new wind chill record (NHPR)

Good: The U.S. renames 5 places that used racist slur for a Native woman (NPR)

Also probably good: F.D.A. Seeks More Authority to Oversee CBD Products (NYT)

The Case for Public Child Care (The Atlantic)

Bob Born, Who Brought Marshmallow Peeps to the Masses, Dies at 98 (NYT)

Hawk this Way (History Today)

I am FOR THIS: The Rise of Customizable Bowls (The Takeout)

And some longer reads:

Tyre Nichols’ death brings debate on qualified immunity for police back into the spotlight (Grid)

The Conservative Who Wants to Bring Down the Supreme Court (New Yorker)

‘They’re erased’: When trans people are misgendered after death, the consequences extend beyond paper (The 19th*)

The Nuclear Dump That Created a Generation of Indigenous Activists (NYT)

Who Were the First Britons? (History Hit)

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