Sunday, December 11, 2022

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (12/11/22)

Happy Sunday! Clearly I need to actually get in the routine of posting the link to this on social media like I said I would, because yesterday I just . . . didn't. So if you missed it and would like to peek at yesterday's links, head this way! 

Ukrainian strike hits Russian barracks in occupied Melitopol (The Guardian)

In her first election as a U.S. citizen, this Michigan lawyer got to vote on a measure she co-wrote (The 19th*)

Where the midterms haven’t ended yet (Grid)

Active shooter threats at N.H. schools appear to be a hoax, according to state officials (NHPR)

Kansas oil spill is Keystone pipeline's biggest ever, according to federal data (NPR)

Same-sex households in the U.S. surpass 1 million for the first time, data shows (NBC News)

Wow: Base editing: Revolutionary therapy clears girl's incurable cancer (BBC)

Olive Oil Never Needed a Rebrand — But It’s Getting One Anyway (Eater)

What It’s Like to Use an Arranged Marriage App (Slate)

‘It’s as if we found oil’: Tuscan town savours discovery of spa trove (The Guardian)

And some longer reads:

Putin’s propagandists have a new message about Ukraine: If we don’t win, we’ll all be tried for war crimes (Grid)

Sherrilyn Ifill: When Oral Arguments Matter (NYRB)

What’s stopping more Native Americans from graduating college? The cost, a landmark study finds. (The 19th*)

Insensible Loss (Guernica)

How Dice Helped Me Tame My TBR (Book Riot)

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