Monday, March 6, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (3/6/23)

It's Monday again! Here's my TV news roundup for the week at The Televixen.

Pakistani Police Say Khan Not At Residence But Arrest Warrant Issued Through PTI Leaders (RFE)

Ukraine’s reporters adapt amid media restrictions and pressure of war (The Guardian)

I believe everyone deserves legal defense but also LOL: NSC-131 members say they can't find a NH defense lawyer for pending civil rights case (NHPR)

More than half of queer Florida parents have considered fleeing the state in the wake of ‘Don’t Say Gay,’ study finds (The 19th*)

Two Native Hawaiians get prison in a crime that exposed the state's racial complexity (NPR)

Covid-19 surveillance added new burdens on essential workers — and gave them little data to protect their health (STAT)

Early springs and harsh winters are hitting many parts of the U.S. Here’s why. (Grid)

High-Altitude Balloons Aren’t Just for Spying. Here’s How Scientists Use Them (Smithsonian)

Plant toxin hailed as ‘new weapon’ in antibiotic war against bacteria (The Guardian)

8 Books About the History (and Digital Legacy) of the Oregon Trail (Book Riot)

And some longer reads:

'We Have No Choice': Ukrainian Judge Turned Soldier Says Justice Is Impossible Without Victory (RFE)

How the Energy Department’s covid report fits into the lab leak vs. natural origin debate (Grid)

The Trump world-Fox News war gets nasty (Politico)

Where is Physics Headed (and How Soon Do We Get There)? (NYT)

Colette Revolutionized French Literature With Her Depictions of Female Desire (Smithsonian)

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