Saturday, March 11, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (3/11/23)

Today is Saturday and I'm going to a yarn store and a British import store so I'm pretty excited.

Michael Cohen to Testify at Grand Jury as Likely Trump Indictment Looms (NYT)

Has Putin’s assault on Ukraine’s power grid failed? (BBC)

Europe’s decade of the spy (Politico EU)

Cleanup of East Palestine, Ohio, train derailment site could take years to complete (Grid)

This is terrifying: Department of Education requests new power: subpoenas for teachers (NH Bulletin)

That... seems like a necessary corrective: Podcasts in pivotal moment as number of new shows drops by 80% (The Guardian)

Will California See a Wildflower Superbloom This Spring? (Smithsonian)

Amazing: Harry Styles required to provide the story of his life for New Zealand census (The Guardian)

Sandra Trehub, Pioneer in the Psychology of Music, Dies at 84 (NYT)

Neanderthals Hunted and Butchered Massive Elephants 125,000 Years Ago (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads:

At the National People’s Congress, the politics of numbers dominates. What those numbers mean for China and the world. (Grid)

G.O.P. States Abandon Bipartisan Voting Integrity Group, Yielding to Conspiracy Theories (NYT)

The Defiance of Salman Rushdie (New Yorker)

A new catching metric is here -- 9 ways it helps analysis (MLB)

The Lonely Vigil of America's First Diplomat (JAR)

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