Monday, May 1, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (5/1/23)

It's Monday again and somehow it's MAY. Here's my weekly TV news roundup at The Televixen.

Ukraine war: Russia launches second pre-dawn missile attack in three days (BBC)

First Republic Bank Is Seized by Regulators and Sold to JPMorgan Chase (NYT)

Thai PM candidate Paetongtarn Shinawatra gives birth two weeks before election (The Guardian)

This is an unfortunately good point: Why I Can’t Root for Disney’s Lawsuit Against Ron DeSantis (Slate)

Portsmouth teen charged with hateful graffiti targeting Temple Israel, local businesses (NHPR)

Many LGBTQ+ Americans are unable to pay bills, keep savings or hold bank accounts, survey shows (The 19th*)

As India’s tiger count grows, Indigenous groups protest evictions from ancestral lands (PBS)

Why do some people get UTIs over and over? A new report holds clues (NPR)

Rhys Bowen on Historical Fiction and Memorable Heroines (CrimeReads)

Behold the Deepest Fish Ever Filmed (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads:

They Refused to Fight for Russia. The Law Did Not Treat Them Kindly. (NYT)

Adam Serwer: Clarence Thomas Is Winning His War on Transparency (The Atlantic)

Attacks on Brazil's schools — often by former students — spur a search for solutions (NPR)

Rosenthal: Rob Manfred’s support of A’s owner is another inelegant chapter in his reign (The Athletic)

How Vacationers on Antarctic Cruises Are Filling in Scientific Gaps (Smithsonian)

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