Tuesday, June 13, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (6/13/23)

I swear it has already been a long week, but I guess it's . . . Tuesday?

If you read one thing for me today, please make it this: No Straights at Pride Night (Defector)

The National Security Fallout From the Trump Documents Case Is Still Happening (Slate)

Ron DeSantis Thinks Trump Didn’t Go Far Enough (NYT)

NH could still be affected by Canada’s wildfire smoke, experts say (NHPR)

Outrage at jail sentence for woman who took abortion pills later than UK limit (The Guardian)

White Mountains Pride leaders express disappointment after library cancels Drag Story Hour (NHPR)

Greta Thunberg holds last school strike as climate activist graduates (WaPo)

Loving Day Vermont celebrates marriage equality and pushes for greater racial justice (Vermont Public)

Wow, end of an era: Pat Sajak to Retire as ‘Wheel of Fortune’ Host (THR)

Dick Clark Productions, Todd Boehly’s Eldridge Acquire Golden Globe Awards as Hollywood Foreign Press Association Shutters (Variety)

And some longer reads:

Photos: Flood Damage After the Destruction of Ukraine’s Kakhovka Dam (The Atlantic)

How the right’s defeats gave us the anti-LGBTQ moment (Vox)

The Incredible Women Wrestlers Who Pinned India’s Prime Minister (Slate)

A Case of the Disappearing Waves (NYT)

Is Philly’s pitch clock quicker than other MLB parks? The Phillies — and data — say so (The Athletic)

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