Thursday, May 18, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (5/18/23)

Today is Thursday! I'm headed off on a family trip for a few days, so I may not be able to share posts to social media like usual, but the posts will be here for you. You can always see the most recent ones by visiting the home page.

Guillermo Lasso: Ecuador's President dissolves parliament (BBC)

U.S. Wires Ukraine With Radiation Sensors to Detect Nuclear Blasts (NYT)

This will hurt so many children: Bill banning puberty blockers, hormone treatments for trans kids sent to Texas governor (Texas Tribune)

Finally! PEN America, Penguin Random House Sue Florida School District Over 'Unconstitutional' Book Bans (PW)

Prince Harry and Meghan in near catastrophic car chase with paparazzi, spokesperson says (The Guardian)

Elizabeth Holmes loses her latest bid to avoid prison (NPR)

Good: Woman accused of hitting election worker in Raymond, NH, faces felony assault charge (NHPR)

Post-9/11 wars have contributed to some 4.5 million deaths, report suggests (WaPo)

I actually do like Little Leaf (for non-shape-related reasons) but lol: Can you really trademark the shape of lettuce? We’re about to find out (Fast Company)

Speaking of lol: Rosenthal: Blue Jays pitcher admits he was tipping pitches when facing Aaron Judge (The Athletic)

And some longer reads:

Gains Near Bakhmut Raise Ukraine’s Hopes of a Turning Tide (NYT)

Zooey Zephyr Explains What It Was Like to Be Banned From the State House, and What’s Next (Slate)

Spain’s water war gets political (Politico EU)

How MLB's most dominant reliever right now came out of nowhere (MLB)

Jackie Robinson’s Legacy Stretches Beyond the Baseball Field (NYT)

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