Wednesday, February 22, 2023

Morninig Coffee Link Roundup (2/22/23)

Today is Wednesday. Sorry if the spacing wound up weird on some screen resolutions yesterday - hopefully that was a fluke.

A view from the epicenter of Turkey’s nightmare earthquake: “It’s bleak” (Grid)

U.N. says recorded civilian toll of 8,000 in Ukraine is 'tip of the iceberg' (Yahoo! News)

Russian journalist Maria Ponomarenko sentenced to 6 years in jail over post on Mariupol strike (Politico EU)

Bangladesh shuts down main opposition newspaper (The Guardian)

Safety measure or book banning tool? K-12 obscene materials bill sparks heated debate (NH Bulletin)

Yay for him!! Chicago White Sox prospect Anderson Comas comes out as gay: "Fight for your dreams" (CBS News)

Oh no: The maker of Enfamil recalls 145,000 cans of infant formula over bacteria risks (NPR)

Anti-Defamation League Releases New Report on Impact of Kanye “Ye” West’s Antisemitic Statements (THR)

Drying Great Salt Lake Could Expose Millions to Toxic Arsenic-Laced Dust (Smithsonian)

Scientists steer lightning bolts with lasers for the first time (The Guardian)

And some longer reads:

Inside the hell of East Palestine: Unanswered questions, frustration and the lingering threat of toxic chemicals (Grid)

Sickle Cell Cure Brings Mix of Anxiety and Hope (NYT)

Can 3-D Printing Help Solve the Housing Crisis? (New Yorker)

Busted and Broken Fossils Show How Dinosaurs Fought (Smithsonian)

Learning From Queer Libraries and Archives in a Time of Erasure (Autostraddle)

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