Wednesday, April 19, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (4/19/23)

I regret to inform you that somehow it is only Wednesday.

Ugh: Fox News settles blockbuster defamation lawsuit with Dominion Voting Systems (NPR)

Ukraine war: The Russian ships accused of North Sea sabotage (BBC)

African journalists are dying. They need the world’s help to hold power to account (The Guardian)

Now they want to send publishers to prison. (EveryLibrary)

Twitter made it easier to harass transgender users (The Verge)

Related: ‘It’s all about trolling’: how far-right influencers are shaping Republican narrative (The Guardian)

A new ruling could chip away at the Affordable Care Act. Most in the U.S. see health care as a basic right (PBS)

E.P.A. to Tighten Limits on Mercury and Other Pollutants From Power Plants (NYT)

Volcanic activity on Venus spotted in radar images, scientists say (NPR)

Archaeologists Find the Persian Gulf’s First Known Pearling Town (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads:

Ughhh: Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Soon to Announce White House Run, Sows Doubts About Vaccines (NYT)

Finland’s top political ally: The sauna (Politico EU)

LOGISTICS: What the Yankees’ uniform number crunch could cost MLB’s managers and coaches (The Athletic)

Behind ‘Oklahoma!’ Lies the Remarkable Story of a Gay Cherokee Playwright (Smithsonian)

10 Gothic Steampunk Books to Read by Candlelight (Book Riot)

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