Monday, May 15, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (5/15/23)

Monday again! Here's my TV news roundup from The Televixen - as usual, Mother's Day week was a big week for TV news.

Nail-Biter Turkish Election Heads for Round 2 as Majority Eludes Erdogan (NYT)

Wagner chief offered to give Russian troop locations to Ukraine, leak says (WaPo)

Thailand's voters overwhelmingly support opposition parties in elections (NPR)

Of course: Sununu joins GOP governors to oppose Biden proposed rules on transgender athletes (NHPR)

Why the Supreme Court Keeps Unanimously Gutting Anti-Corruption Laws (Slate)

I just read one of these books last night (Even Though I Knew the End) and it was great! SFWA Announces the Winners of the 58th Annual Nebula Awards (Nebula Awards)

This is all just such . . . a mess. Cardinals reverse Willson Contreras’ demotion from catcher after … 6 days (Yahoo! Sports)

How an Arctic snow school aims to respond to climate crisis with Inuit help (The Guardian)

The Sea-Urchin Murderer Has Finally Been Apprehended (The Atlantic)

The Case for Complex Characters of Color (CrimeReads)

And some longer reads:

A police chief got rid of a neo-Nazi. Then came the hard part. (WaPo)

Chinese Censorship Is Quietly Rewriting the Covid-19 Story (NYT)

When It Comes to Balls in Play, MLB Is Striking Out (The Ringer)

In a Roman Tomb, ‘Dead Nails’ Reveal an Occult Practice (NYT)

8 of the Best Books About the Moon (Book Riot)

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