Monday, December 26, 2022

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (12/26/22)

Today is . . . Monday! Weirdly enough! And I just wanted to mention that I'm going to respect the Twelve Days of Christmas and scatter a few holiday links in for the next bit, if I see something I think is worth sharing.

Adam Schiff: My Fellow Members of the Jan. 6 Committee and I Don’t Want You to Forget About ‘the Republican Congressmen’ (NYT)

China stages big military incursion, Taiwan says (BBC)

Taliban stop women from working for aid organisations (The Guardian)

Rights Watchdog Says Failure To Investigate January Protest Abuses Leaves 'Damaging Legacy' For Kazakhstan (RFE)

More racists using people as props: Busloads of migrants dropped off near Kamala Harris's home on Christmas Eve (NPR)

This is TRULY INCREDIBLE, please read it: A Totally Normal Interview With Author Emily St. John Mandel (Slate)

N.H. is putting COVID wastewater data online, helping track virus’s spread (NHPR)

California Fast Food Workers Are Being Shortchanged Again (The Takeout)

Christmas cake: the traditional Sri Lankan treat uniting an island and its diaspora (The Guardian)

It’s a Wonderful Noir: Exploring the Seedy Underbelly of a Christmas Classic (CrimeReads)

And some longer reads:

The real life consequences of vaccine conspiracists demanding unvaccinated blood (Grid)

For Weinstein survivors, mixed verdict brings complicated feelings and hope for accountability (The 19th*)

Black Travelers Say Home-Share Hosts Discriminate, and a New Airbnb Report Agrees (NYT)

The Best Noir Fiction of 2022 (CrimeReads)

The Lights of Christmas 2022 (The Atlantic)

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