Monday, April 24, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (4/24/23)

And now it's Monday again. Here's my weekly TV news roundup at The Televixen.

New Ukraine positions near Kherson could signal spring offensive – report (The Guardian)

New restrictions in Missouri would make gender-affirming care nearly impossible (The 19th*)

In an armed and tense nation, knocking on doors feels risky for workers (WaPo)

WOW, this is horrifying: Michael Schumacher: Magazine editor sacked over AI-generated 'interview' with seven-time F1 champion (BBC)

One of the objections here was simply that the book said kids with LGBTQIA+ parents should be welcome in school. Alabama governor ousts a top education official over a book's 'woke concepts' on race (NPR)

Related: NH Republicans continue push for 'parental bill of rights' (NHPR)

Cleaner Air Helps Everyone. It Helps Black Communities a Lot. (NYT)

Ancient DNA Confirms the Origin Story of the Swahili People (Smithsonian)

Ultramassive black hole discovered by UK astronomers (The Guardian)

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

And some longer reads:

Wagner Group surges in Africa as U.S. influence fades, leak reveals (WaPo)

After American’s Killing in Syria, F.B.I. Builds War Crimes Case Against Top Officials (NYT)

Sic(k) semper tyrannis? Dictatorship and emotions around 1800 (History of Emotions)

This is some great writing: The Toll Taken on Cody Bellinger (Baseball Prospectus)

Crime and the City: Cyprus (CrimeReads)

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