Wednesday, July 19, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (7/19/23)

Somehow it's only Wednesday? This week is very long.

Target Letter to Trump Raises Possibility of Obstruction and Fraud Charges (NYT)

Good: Michigan's attorney general charges 16 people in fake elector scheme (NPR)

Militia units commanded by Russia named in Izium abuse investigation (The Guardian)

Republicans Have a New Target (Slate)

Thank goodness: NH applying for pandemic EBT assistance, after uncertainty (NHPR)

Inside the college newspaper investigation that got a football coach fired (WaPo)

I see: Marjorie Taylor Greene wants anti-LGBTQ+ amendments in a national air travel bill (LGBTQ Nation)

Last night was WILD: A historic night for offense in MLB produced runs galore (MLB)

Over the Edge: Cliffs, Coasts and Liminal Spaces in Crime Fiction (CrimeReads)

Why the Country’s Best Sandwich Makers Are Expanding Into Fine Dining (Eater)

And some longer reads:

A Current War Collides With the Past: Remnants of World War II in Ukraine (NYT)

Peak TV Has Peaked: From Exhausted Talent to Massive Losses, the Writers Strike Magnifies an Industry in Freefall (Variety)

‘No one is talking about it’: the cruelty of long Covid in the global south (The Guardian)

A talk with the left-hander who helped craft the minor leagues’ first CBA (WaPo)

Meagan Lucas’s Dark New Fiction: “I Was Tired of Hiding the Ugly” (CrimeReads)

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