Sunday, July 2, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (7/2/23)

Today is Sunday and I have a new car!

US State Department report details damning failings around chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal (CNN)

Ketanji Brown Jackson Wrung One Thing Out of John Roberts’ Affirmative Action Opinion (Slate)

Jamelle Bouie: What Frederick Douglass Knew That Trump and DeSantis Don’t (NYT)

Twitter users report problems accessing the site as Musk sets temporary viewing limits (NPR)

NH community colleges will keep tuition fees flat (NHPR)

World’s oldest national newspaper prints final edition after 320 years (The Guardian)

That's great: MLBPA executive board adds 34 minor leaguers (The Athletic)

Cell-cultivated chicken was just approved for sale in the US. But it won’t be on grocery shelves anytime soon. (Vox)

NH’s expensive heating season is over, but it had lasting effects. Now, some are calling for change in aid programs. (NHPR)

‘Voice’ of NYC Subways Comes Out as Transgender Woman (The Messenger)

And some longer reads:

The words GOP presidential hopefuls use to stand out in a crowded field (WaPo)

Anthony Volpe and the outsized expectations of being the Yankees’ shortstop (The Athletic)

The Quest to Save Chili Peppers (New Yorker)

Samantha Irby Says It’s OK to Hate Your Body (NYT)

See Inside One of America’s Last Pencil Factories (Smithsonian)

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