Saturday, March 4, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (3/4/23)

It's a very snowy Saturday morning!

Ales Bialiatski: Nobel Prize-winning activist sentenced to 10 years in jail (BBC)

One year later, Russia’s misinformation war is still getting help from Western companies. (Grid)

How Do You Stop Lawmakers From Destroying the Law? (The Atlantic)

Alex Murdaugh is sentenced to 2 life terms for the double murder of his wife and son (NPR)

‘If You Took the Drag Away, Then It’s Just Another Boring Bar’ (Eater)

NH Supreme Court deadlocks on whether governor’s office must turn over emails (NHPR)

We are all playing Covid roulette. Without clean air, the next infection could permanently disable you (The Guardian)

The topic is serious but the wording of the headline made me laugh: Amnesty asks Premier League to re-examine assurances that Saudi state do not control Newcastle (The Athletic)

Alarmed by Satellite Constellations, Astronomers Petition the UN for Help (Gizmodo)

5,000-Year-Old Tavern With Food Still Inside Discovered in Iraq (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads...

World in Photos: From Ukraine and Beyond, One Year of War (Grid)

NH AG’s pursuit of hate group marks a turning point in officials’ response to extremism (NHPR)

Why Elly Schlein is freaking out Italy’s ‘soft’ socialists (Politico EU)

Advocates, lawmakers warn that Biden telehealth rule will worsen opioid crisis (STAT)

America’s Next Great Speedskater Is Coming for the Dutch (NYT)

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