Tuesday, February 28, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (2/28/23)

Today is Tuesday and somehow it's the last day of February already??

Ukraine war: Zelensky says situation in Bakhmut worsening (BBC)

IOC should consider banning Russia from Paris 2024 Olympics, 34 countries urge (Politico EU)

Progress! In a first, a South Korean court says same-sex partners should get government benefits (NPR)

I... see. Mexican president posts photo of what he claims is a Maya elf (The Guardian)

The FDA has cleared the first home flu and Covid test — but its maker just declared bankruptcy (STAT)

NH Senate committee recommends making Medicaid expansion permanent (NHPR)

Research shows Republicans and Democrats think differently about mental health (Grid)

‘Culture is hard to break’: Kenya’s medical schools face a shortage of cadavers (The Guardian)

Interesting... Longtime New York Times Film Critic A.O. Scott Moving to Book Review After the Oscars (THR)

A New View of the Most Explosive Moon in the Solar System (NYT)

And some longer reads...

Kherson's underground resistance: How ordinary people fought Russia from the shadows (NPR)

The unexpected ‘winners’ of the war in Ukraine: The people, companies and countries that have benefited from the turmoil (Grid)

A Turkish Photographer’s Tribute to the Girls of Quranic Schools (New Yorker)

The Sierra Club Tries to Move Past John Muir, George Floyd and #MeToo (NYT)

How Should Scientists Navigate the Ethics of Ancient Human DNA Research? (Smithsonian)

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