Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (3/28/23)

I guess it's only Tuesday.

This is so awful and, again, the problem is the guns. Heavily Armed Assailant Kills Six at Christian School (NYT)

Netanyahu halts judicial overhaul but fight is far from over (The Guardian)

Fired Fox News producer says she'd testify against the network in $1.6 billion suit (NPR)

'You belong here': Minnesota House passes trans health refuge bill (MPR)

...of course. NH Supreme Court overturns former state Sen. Woodburn’s domestic violence conviction (NHPR)

TV's LGBTQ Representation Is Down, and Mass Cancellations Aren't Helping (TVLine)

New England grid operator says small-scale solar is driving down electricity demand on some days (NHPR)

Wow: Vinyl Records Outsell CDs for First Time Since 1987 (Smithsonian)

lol yes what could that object possibly be? It’s not a darning tool, it’s a very naughty toy: Roman dildo found (The Guardian)

Oldest Schoolhouse for Black Children Moves to Colonial Williamsburg (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads:

‘A war society doesn’t see’: the Brazilian force driving out mining gangs from Indigenous lands (The Guardian)

Viktor Orbán’s battle for EU funds reveals existential clash (Politico EU)

A kid in Guatemala had a dream. Today she's a disease detective (NPR)

The River That’s Kept Alaska Guessing for More Than a Century (Smithsonian)

11 Speculative Fiction Titles Out in 2023 Perfect for Crime Fans (CrimeReads)

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