Thursday, March 23, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (3/23/23)

Today is Thursday and I am sleepy, but I stayed up too late reading so it's entirely my own fault.

Appeals Court Orders Trump Lawyer to Hand Over Records in Documents Inquiry (NYT)

Nato chief: west must brace to support Ukraine in a long war (The Guardian)

After a year of war, why is Russian gas still flowing through Ukraine? (Grid)

TikTok's US future at stake as boss faces Congress showdown (BBC)

He's trying to ban us from public life completely. In general. That's the end game here. DeSantis moves to expand 'Don't Say Gay' law to Florida high schools (NBC News)

This is VERY BAD: NH lawmakers consider bill to remove ballot affidavits for voters lacking ID (NHPR)

What worries medical charities about trying to help Syria's earthquake survivors (NPR)

Traute Lafrenz, Last Surviving Member of Anti-Nazi Resistance Group the White Rose, Dies at 103 (Smithsonian)

Malaria mosquitoes are moving quickly into new territory as climate warms (Grid)

Medieval Pantry Stocked With Spices Found in 500-Year-Old Shipwreck (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads:

Is a ban on TikTok possible — and what would happen if it disappeared? (Grid)

Too close to the sun: The making and unmaking of Eva Kaili (Politico EU)

Inside Taiwanese Chip Giant, a U.S. Expansion Stokes Tensions (NYT)

At the MFA, a changing of the guards? (Boston Globe)

1st Black NL umpire Art Williams 'knew he was making history' (MLB)

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