Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (3/29/23)

I guess today is Wednesday?

‘They’re killing us’: anger grows after deadly fire at Mexican migrant centre (The Guardian)

Pence Must Testify to Jan. 6 Grand Jury, Judge Rules (NYT)

Alibaba’s restructuring and Jack Ma’s homecoming are all part of China’s plan (CNN)

Ugh I guess this makes sense, but... Adnan Syed’s conviction reinstated by Maryland appellate court panel (WaPo)

Rising Rate of Drug Shortages Is Framed as a National Security Threat (NYT)

Oh no: ‘Horrific’ form of mpox found to affect people with advanced HIV (The Guardian)

Community power programs to launch in 14 New Hampshire towns, offering cheaper electricity than major utilities (NHPR)

Monica Roberts chronicled the lives — and deaths — of trans people as only she could (The 19th*)

One of Europe’s Last Free-Flowing Rivers Declared a National Park (Smithsonian)

New study estimates 55% of New Hampshire’s groundwater probably has elevated radon levels (NHPR)

And some longer reads:

The proud Pakistani tradition of feeding the hungry is strained as food prices soar (NPR)

Science Museums Take Stock of 1.1 Billion Objects From Around the World (NYT)

Florida’s Love-Hate Relationship With Phosphorus (Smithsonian)

Raphael’s School of Athens: Greek Philosophy in the Italian Renaissance (Antigone)

Seven Crime Novels Centered on Musicians Out in 2023 (CrimeReads)

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