Tuesday, May 9, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (5/9/23)

Somehow it's only Tuesday. We can do this!

Ukraine says it downed Russian cruise missiles aimed at Kyiv (BBC)

Party officials: Imran Khan arrested in court in Islamabad (WaPo)

This does a good job of explaining why (unfortunately) this is not as great as it sounds: Serbia’s populist president pledges “disarmament” after mass shootings (Vox)

Antisemitic incidents on rise across the U.S., report finds (PBS)

Recent death renews concerns about conditions at NH Secure Psychiatric Unit: 'This is a prison. This is not a hospital.' (NHPR)

Republican legislatures look to put local issues in liberal areas under state control (NPR)

E.P.A. to Propose First Controls on Greenhouse Gases From Power Plants (NYT)

A rift is growing in the Republican Party over birth control (The 19th*)

Chatbot ‘journalists’ found running almost 50 AI-generated content farms (The Guardian)

Andrew McCutchen Is Hitting It Big Again With The Pirates (FiveThirtyEight)

And some longer reads:

I've been making my way through this series and it's such an important read: We spent 7 months examining the AR-15’s role in America. Here’s what we learned. (WaPo)

Inside the Global Race to Turn Water Into Fuel (NYT)

Place of Refuge (Places)

The adjustment driving Cole’s Cy Young push (MLB)

At Long Last, a Donkey Family Tree (NYT)

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