Tuesday, June 20, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (6/20/23)

It's a Tuesday that feels like a Monday, and somehow we're 2/3 through the month already?

I hope they are found safely, but also, this seems like a TERRIBLE idea: A search is underway for a missing submersible that brings tourists to the Titanic (NPR)

As Modi visits White House, India’s reliance on Russian arms constrains him (WaPo)

Good: Andrew Tate charged with rape and human trafficking (BBC)

French police search Paris Olympics HQ amid embezzlement investigation (The Guardian)

This is awful: Manchester's only women's shelter to close due to funding shortfall (NHPR)

A ‘Soda Ocean’ on a Moon of Saturn Has All the Ingredients for Life (NYT)

Just 37 members of Congress are mothers with minor children (The 19th*)

Amid Catholic push to govern gender expression, a Boston parish staffer focuses on trans inclusion (WBUR)

Aww: A former MLB pitcher and his umpire father’s unforgettable moment in Cooperstown (The Athletic)

Carol Higgins Clark, Mystery Writer, Is Dead at 66 (NYT)

And some longer reads:

I see: FBI resisted opening probe into Trump’s role in Jan. 6 for more than a year (WaPo)

Out of Balance: The World Bank Group enabled the devastation of villages and helped a mining company justify the deaths of endangered chimps with a dubious offset. (ProPublica)

Black Artists Embrace Ancient Egypt. Egyptians Aren’t Happy About It. (NYT)

Braves veteran Charlie Morton opines on sticky stuff and a better way to control it (The Athletic)

Gibraltar: Crime on the Rock (CrimeReads)

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