Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (3/21/23)

Today is Tuesday but at least I have oatmeal.

Ukraine says Russian missiles destroyed in Crimea (BBC)

Emmanuel Macron survives no-confidence votes amid protests (The Guardian)

Los Angeles Schools to Shut Down After Workers Vow to Strike (NYT)

Cut emissions quickly to save lives, scientists warn in a new U.N. report (NPR)

Trans youth in Florida can no longer start gender-affirming care, pushing families toward difficult decisions (The 19th*)

Local organizations seek to stop President Biden’s proposed asylum restrictions (NHPR)

Tesla Is Facing Two Class Action Lawsuits Over Right-to-Repair (Gizmodo)

Why are eggs still so expensive? (Grid)

Surfer Sasha Jane Lowerson Is Fighting for Trans Inclusion in Pro Sports (them)

Ancient Golden Glass Unearthed During Roman Subway Construction (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads:

A Congress member’s staff sought help from EPA’s East Palestine hotline after being stonewalled by state officials (Grid)

A Four-Decade Secret: One Man’s Story of Sabotaging Carter’s Re-election (NYT)

Can geothermal energy finally take a bite out of climate change? (Grid)

Code Breakers Discover—and Decipher—Long-Lost Letters by Mary, Queen of Scots (Smithsonian)

15 Bookish Romance Novels Featuring Writers, Editors, Librarians, and More! (Book Riot)

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