Monday, June 26, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (6/26/23)

Today is Monday and my project for this week is . . . buying a car I hope?? Here's my weekly TV news roundup at The Televixen.

After its march toward Moscow, what's next for Russia's Wagner Group? (NPR)

Ukrainians adjust to life with a constant threat from airstrikes (WaPo)

Ugh: The Federal Election Commission Splits 3-3 on Petition to Regulate AI Political Ads (The Messenger)

NY designates state a ‘safe haven’ for trans youth, families and health providers (Gothamist)

The budget removes limits on campaign donations. Not all are thrilled. (NH Bulletin)

Ex-scouts sue MLB for age discrimination (The Athletic)

Whoa: Famed Wine Store Sherry-Lehmann Faces Criminal Investigation (NYT)

New research from Dartmouth shows increase in extreme precipitation in the Northeast by the end of the century (NHPR)

So Why Did Big New York Publishers Reject Richard North Patterson’s New Novel? (Slate)

‘Highly unusual’: lost 17th-century portrait of black and white women as equals saved for UK (The Guardian)

And some longer reads:

A year since Dobbs, these are the many ways states are protecting abortion (NPR)

Welcome to Houston’s No-Longer-Independent School District (Texas Monthly)

Inside a conservative confab for young women, where feminism is a lie (WaPo)

Why the splitter could flip from baseball taboo to popular experiment for MLB pitchers (Yahoo! Sports)

Lesser Known Queer Literary Icons (Book Riot)

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