Sunday, April 16, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (4/16/23)

Today is Sunday and I have . . . a very long list of things to do.

Sudan's army and RSF are doing battle, leaving dozens of civilians dead (NPR)

Clarence Thomas Is as Free as Ever to Treat His Seat Like a Winning Lottery Ticket (NYT)

Atiq Ahmed: The brazen murder of an Indian mafia don-turned-politician (BBC)

Peru’s former presidential candidate sentenced for journalist’s murder (The Guardian)

That's great: Hundreds of 'NaloxBoxes' with free opioid reversal kits will soon be available across NH (NHPR)

In NH they get paid... extremely little. Only New Mexico lawmakers don't get paid for their time. That might change this year (NPR)

Here’s How Wildfires Can Destroy the Ozone Layer (Smithsonian)

Virginia Norwood, ‘Mother’ of Satellite Imaging Systems, Dies at 96 (NYT)

Kia ora e hoa: dozens of New Zealand and Māori words added to Oxford English Dictionary (The Guardian)

Asking the important questions: Must Every Craft Beer Come in a 16-Ounce Can? (Punch)

And some longer reads:

Billionaire Harlan Crow Bought Property From Clarence Thomas. The Justice Didn’t Disclose the Deal. (ProPublica)

Legal Abortions Fell by 6 Percent in the Six Months After Dobbs, New Data Shows (NYT)

The dream of wiping out polio might need a rethink (NPR)

Day care waitlists are so long, moms are quitting their jobs or choosing to stop having kids (The 19th*)

Espionage Book Recommendations from a Former CIA Spy (CrimeReads)

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