Tuesday, March 14, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (3/14/23)

Today is Tuesday and it's snowing!

Aukus deal: US, UK and Australia agree on nuclear submarine project (BBC)

The FDIC decision on Silicon Valley Bank isn’t a typical bailout — but it’s not a typical bank resolution either. Here’s what just happened. (Grid)

Elizabeth Warren: Silicon Valley Bank Is Gone. We Know Who Is Responsible. (NYT)

New Hampshire Senate rejects codifying abortion rights (NHPR)

On the road to healing, tribal citizens are speaking out about boarding schools (NPR)

‘Crazy interesting’ findings by Australian researchers may reveal key to Covid immunity (The Guardian)

To diversify STEM fields, colleges should replace ‘weeding out’ with ‘welcoming in’ (STAT)

Ring discovered around dwarf planet Quaoar confounds theories (The Guardian)

Seven-Foot Sword Unearthed From 1,600-Year-Old Burial Mound in Japan (Smithsonian)

How Writing a Genderfluid Mystery Helped Me Understand Myself as Genderqueer (CrimeReads)

And some longer reads:

Why prosecuting Russian war crimes in Ukraine may be awkward for the US (Grid)

She Helped Unlock the Science of the Covid Vaccine (NYT)

Oldest Living Aristocratic Widow Tells All (New Yorker)

Ooh, interesting: With strong-armed catcher Sean Murphy, Braves could back-pick to offset new rules (The Athletic)

This is exactly who I want to hear from on this: Can Detective Novels Withstand the Moonlighting Curse? (CrimeReads)

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