Sunday, February 12, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (2/12/23)

Today is Sunday!

Russia is draining a massive Ukrainian reservoir, endangering a nuclear plant (NPR)

Turkey arrests building contractors as earthquake death toll mounts (The Guardian)

The U.S. military shot down an unidentified object over Canada's Yukon territory (NPR)

Utah's new anti-trans law is "brutally unfair" and will face a legal challenge, advocate says (LAWdork)

NH health providers say state's low Medicaid rates add to staffing ‘crisis’ (NHPR)

Crypto Super Bowl commercials dominated last year’s game. This year, they’re absent. (Grid)

Charles Silverstein, 87, Dies; Helped Destigmatize Homosexuality (NYT)

For the First Time, U.S. Repatriates an Artifact to the Palestinian Authority (Smithsonian)

It's a testament to their buzz that this made me say "ooh!" even though I don't know if I can eat anything there: In-N-Out Is Headed East After Years of Insisting It Wouldn’t (Eater)

Creating Trans Futures in “The Sims” (Autostraddle)

And some longer reads:

Russia’s economy is now forecast to grow faster than Germany’s and Britain’s in 2023. How is that possible? (Grid)

After a train derailment, Ohio residents are living the plot of a movie they helped make (CNN)

Farmers Embrace the Growing Domestic Spice Trade (Civil Eats)

How Should We Think About Our Different Styles of Thinking? (New Yorker)

The New L.A. Crime Canon (CrimeReads)

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