Saturday, May 13, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (5/13/23)

Today is Saturday and my coffee is not ready yet but I am very ready for it.

Good: Daniel Penny Arraigned on Manslaughter Charge in Jordan Neely’s Killing (NYT)

Fear and confusion, but not chaos, along the southern border after Title 42 ends (NPR)

Progress! More gay and bisexual men can donate blood under new FDA rules (NBC News)

Imran Khan leaves court after being granted bail (BBC)

What are China’s alleged ‘secret overseas police stations’? (PBS)

The exception to live free or die, I guess: State Senate kills bill to legalize marijuana in New Hampshire (NHPR)

In counties with more Black doctors, Black people live longer, ‘astonishing’ study finds (STAT)

Let Me Be in My Queer Italianx Feelings for a Minute (Autostraddle)

An overlooked brain system helps you grab a coffee — and plan your next cup (NPR)

Inside Corbin Carroll's rise to stardom with Diamondbacks (ESPN)

And some longer reads:

‘Death Is Everywhere’ in a Once-Jubilant Ukrainian City (NYT)

Virginia hid execution files from the public. Here's what they don't want you to see (NPR)

Florida Democrats can’t stop the GOP right now. But Nikki Fried says they’re willing to fight. (The 19th*)

Obsidian Cliff: Humanity’s Tool Shed for the Last 11,500 Years (NYT)

This was extremely fascinating: Baseball’s Pitch Clock Has Transformed Game Length—and Not Just in the Obvious Way (The Ringer)

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