Sunday, June 18, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (6/18/23)

Today is Sunday! Happy Father's Day to the dads out there!

In China, Blinken Faces Clashing Agendas and a Question: Will Xi Show Up? (NYT)

The Surprising Reason Neil Gorsuch Has Been So Good on Native Rights (Slate)

‘Indefensible’: Michael Gove apologises for Tory HQ Partygate video (BBC)

I'm not a fan of Eric Adams, but this is good: NYC mayor signs “sanctuary” order protecting gender-affirming care seekers (LGBTQ Nation)

For Native women in power in Minnesota, confronting the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous people is personal (The 19th*)

The A’s Could Have Made Money in Oakland (Baseball Prospectus)

40 years ago, Sally Ride became the first American woman in space (NPR)

West Virginia’s Bob Huggins resigns, intends to retire after arrest on DUI charge (WaPo)

Estuaries in New Hampshire are still ‘fairly sick,’ but showing signs of improvement (NHPR)

How to Be a Regency Lady Sleuth (CrimeReads)

And some longer reads:

An important Ukraine story: An Inside Job (NYT)

Daniel Ellsberg’s Life Beyond the Pentagon Papers (New Yorker)

Wisconsin Republicans Sowed Distrust Over Elections. Now They May Push Out the State’s Top Election Official. (ProPublica)

MLB leaves Pride event questions to teams, with mixed answers (WaPo)

Latinx Horror and Crime Fiction to Check Out in 2023 (CrimeReads)

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