Saturday, April 1, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (4/1/23)

Today is Saturday, and two notes: 1. It's April Fool's Day, so stay safe out there. I will not knowingly include anything fake. 2. I have friends visiting so have barely read anything about Trump's indictment or other news stories the past few days, so apologies if things seem a little out of whack.

What happens after Trump's indictment? Here are some of the logistical considerations (NPR)

This is so awful: Storms Kill at Least 6 as Tornadoes Tear Through Midwest and South (NYT)

But this is good! Federal judge temporarily halts Tennessee's 'drag ban' law (NBC News)

I hope he's doing okay: Sen. John Fetterman discharged from Walter Reed after receiving treatment for depression (CNN)

Good for them: UNH Law students walk out over ‘transphobic’ messages by campus group (NHPR)

Progress!! MLB, minor leaguers reach first ever collective bargaining agreement; deal includes pay raises (Yahoo! Sports)

‘I can be an example’: After 107 years, a Latina will lead a national group of school principals (The 19th*)

How Widespread Are These Toxic Chemicals? They’re Everywhere. (NYT)

New England researchers optimistic a tiny wasp is turning the tide against emerald ash borer (NHPR)

Looted Gold Jewelry Returns to Cambodia (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads:

Adam Serwer, always great: Woke Is Just Another Word for Liberal (The Atlantic)

The MAGA-fication of North Idaho College (NYT)

Pivot to … Something? The Blurry Future of Podcasting (THR)

The Big Coin Heist (Hazlitt)

12 Queer Road Trip Books To Adventure With (Autostraddle)

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