Saturday, April 15, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (4/15/23)

Good morning! Today is Saturday and I'm very pleased with myself that I finished my taxes yesterday and don't have them hanging over my head going into the weekend.

Better than nothing? The Supreme Court temporarily restores full access to key abortion medication (WashPost)

Air National Guardsman arrested as suspected leaker of Pentagon documents (NPR)

Exclude trans people FROM LEGALLY EXISTING, to be clear. I know I keep saying things are terrifying but THINGS ARE TERRIFYING: Montana bill aimed at strictly defining sex would exclude transgender people (The 19th*)

Of course: Republicans in NH Senate reject plan to remove penalties from abortion ban (NHPR)

Can Nations Be Sued for Weak Climate Action? We’ll Soon Get an Answer. (NYT)

TikTok Is An Awful Source of Monkeypox Info, Study Finds (Gizmodo)

Good! BBC changes course on proposed cuts to English orchestras (The Guardian)

Ooh! Pitch Timer and Other Rule Violations Leaderboards Are Now Available! (Fangraphs)

Workers Stumble Upon Lost Courbet Painting in University Basement (Smithsonian)

All in the Family: On the Mesmerizing Subgenre of Familial Crimes (CrimeReads)

And some longer reads:

After Texas Ruling, Democratic States Move to Stockpile Abortion Pills (NYT)

SIGH: The Bud Light boycott, explained as much as is possible (Vox)

'Ghost villages' of the Himalayas foreshadow a changing India (NPR)

This was written during spring training but addresses a lot of the stuff I've been noticing in the beginning of the season: For MLB broadcasters, pitch clocks mean adjusting to a whole new ballgame (The Athletic)

Elissa Sloan and Jennifer Banash On Celebrity, Myth, and Fiction (CrimeReads)

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