Saturday, February 18, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (2/18/23)

Yay, it's Saturday!

Syrians in Turkey cross border after earthquake (BBC)

Georgia grand jury: ‘Perjury may have been committed’ in Trump election probe (WaPo)

Unidentified flying objects seem to be everywhere all of a sudden. Just how dangerous are the skies? (Grid)

This is great: Narcan Is Safe to Sell Over the Counter, Advisers to the F.D.A. Conclude (NYT)

Why Some Florida Schools Are Removing Books from Their Libraries (New Yorker)

Related: Author George M. Johnson: We must ensure access to those who need these stories most (NPR)

NH Supreme Court weighs confidentiality of police disciplinary files (NHPR)

Elon Musk’s Twitter fails first EU disinformation test (Politico EU)

And: Tesla Workers Fired in Alleged Retaliation Following Union Push (Gizmodo)

Svante Pääbo: ‘It’s maybe time to rethink our idea of Neanderthals’ (The Guardian)

And some longer reads:

House ‘weaponization’ panel’s agenda consists of GOP talking points that often stretch the truth (Grid)

Reporter's dismissal exposes political pressures on West Virginia Public Broadcasting (NPR)

Why the Odds Are Stacked Against a Promising New Covid Drug (NYT)

Scientists are finding increasing evidence for a link between air pollution and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s (STAT)

Ice-Cold Winter Thrillers to Watch This Season (CrimeReads)

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