Thursday, May 11, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (5/11/23)

Today is Thursday and it's my niece's first birthday!

Trump continues lies about election and lashes out after N.Y. verdict in town hall (NPR)

Rep. George Santos pleads not guilty to 13 counts of financial crimes (WaPo)

This will kill people, which is of course their goal: Missouri lawmakers ban transgender care for minors, restrict coverage for adults (PBS)

Belarus sentences journalist Raman Pratasevich to eight years in jail (The Guardian)

Okay, some good news: FDA advisers vote unanimously in support of over-the-counter birth-control pill (CNN)

Vermont bans owning, running paramilitary training camps (NHPR)

Good: They’re raising other people’s kids. They may finally be eligible for assistance. (NH Bulletin)

Even when women make more than their husbands, they are doing more child care and housework (The 19th*)

As World Warms, Droughts Come On Faster, Study Finds (NYT)

On Fusion, Forced Migration, and Somali Food (Eater)

And some longer reads:

TRULY wild: The Wild Backstory to George Santos’ Arrest (Slate)

Photojournalism is dominated by men. Women Photograph seeks to change that lens. (The 19th*)

DNA From Beethoven’s Hair Unlocks Medical and Family Secrets (NYT)

The St. Louis Cardinals are blaming Willson Contreras for their failures to adjust to life after Yadier Molina (Yahoo! Sports)

The Secret Behind Japan’s Delicious Strawberries: Kerosene (NYT)

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