Sunday, June 25, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (6/25/23)

Today is Sunday!

U.S. Suspected Prigozhin Was Preparing to Take Military Action Against Russia (NYT)

The mutiny in Russia may be over. But it still damages Putin (NPR)

37 people missing after boat capsizes between Tunisia and Lampedusa (The Guardian)

Clarence Thomas Went After My Work. His Criticisms Reveal a Disturbing Fact About Originalism. (Slate)

Well this sounds terrible: U.S. Catholic bishops to create first guidelines for transgender health care (WaPo)

It absolutely is not! Elon Musk claims use of ‘cis’ and ‘cisgender’ on Twitter is ‘harassment’, threatens to suspend users (Pink News)

Starbucks Agrees to Give Unionized Workers Back Pay for Missed UW Game Shifts (Eater)

How New Hampshire's housing crisis is making it hard to hold onto essential health workers (NHPR)

Heh: White House Alarms Triggered After Deer Jumps Over Fence, Hangs Out on Lawn (The Messenger)

Aww: Bo Naylor collected his first major league hit, and his brother Josh went nuts celebrating (Yahoo! Sports)

And some longer reads:

The Supreme Court’s latest opinion means innocent people must remain in prison (Vox)

Power of the Sash: How a beauty pageant became a platform for change in South Africa (NPR)

New England’s electric grid could be more stable than anticipated in the next few winters (NHPR)

For One Special Year, America’s First LGBTQ Cable Show Aired in Texas (Texas Monthly)

Chronicler of the Flower Moon (The Ringer)

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