Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (3/1/23)

Today is Wednesday and somehow it is March!

Bola Ahmed Tinubu elected Nigeria’s president as opposition calls for new polls (CNN)

And she's queer! Meet the anti-Renzi: Elly Schlein becomes first woman leader of Italy’s center left (Politico EU)

Of course, we've been let down by plenty of queer politicians: Mayor Lori Lightfoot of Chicago Loses Her Bid for Re-election (NYT)

Ooh: BBC Staff Vote To Stage Biggest Strike In 13 Years; King Charles’ Coronation Could Be Targeted (Deadline)

This session is going to be wild: Democrats pass three bills after briefly gaining majority in New Hampshire House (NH Bulletin)

Deaths in custody are a crisis, and data on them is a black hole, a new report says (NPR)

An abortion public health emergency could protect access to a key drug nationwide, but it’s a risky move. (Grid)

French Court Orders Musée d’Orsay to Restitute Masterpieces Stolen During World War II (Smithsonian)

The solution to fighting misinformation might start in schools. This state wants to find out. (Grid)

YES: Why it’s time to stop filming strangers in public for social media thrills (The Guardian)

And some longer reads:

Putin’s war has devastated Ukraine. It has also changed Russia. (Grid)

‘We’ve failed mothers and kids so much:’ One year later, there’s no end in sight to the formula shortage (The 19th*)

Who's most likely to save us from the next pandemic? The answer may surprise you (NPR)

‘A time bomb’: India’s sinking holy town faces grim future (WaPo)

What the Ancient Bog Bodies Knew (NYT)

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