Tuesday, April 18, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (4/18/23)


Finally: After days of outrage over the shooting of a Black teen, officials charge the gunman (NPR)

Ukraine war: Putin visits occupied Kherson region in Ukraine (BBC)

F.B.I. Arrests Two on Charges Tied to Chinese Police Outpost in New York (NYT)

SNP treasurer arrested in party funding investigation (The Guardian)

WGA Approves Strike Authorization With 97.9% Voting Yes (Variety)

Why mothers are part of the push to restore voting rights for people in prison (The 19th*)

Chile’s government pledged to put feminism into practice – has it delivered? (The Guardian)

Oumuamua Was a Comet After All, a Study Suggests (NYT)

Take a Virtual Tour of the ‘Doomsday’ Seed Vault (Smithsonian)

9 Recently Published Graphic Novels about Politics and Identity (Book Riot)

And some longer reads:

This Georgia county spent $1 million to avoid paying for one employee’s gender-affirming care (The 19th*)

This was a very alarming read for me personally as an anxious person who has to use eye drops a lot: Drug-Resistant Bacteria Tied to Eyedrops Can Spread Person to Person (NYT)

How COVID-19 changed cities — and how it didn’t (Politico EU)

‘It’s win-win’: how a dangerous sailing race could reveal the ocean’s secrets (The Guardian)

Clues to the Lives of North America’s First Inhabitants Are Hidden Underwater (Smithsonian)

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