Wednesday, March 15, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (3/15/23)

Today is Wednesday and I am still having so much trouble with mornings this week. Too dark!

Russian fighter jet forces down U.S. military drone over Black Sea, U.S. says (NPR)

Taiwan ally Honduras seeks diplomatic switch to China (BBC)

Lawyers to Face Off Before Judge in Closely Watched Abortion Pills Case (NYT)

The Guardian view on Gary Lineker: the return of unabashed liberal dissent (The Guardian)

Peak NH: State rep arrested after video captures him yelling at snow plow driver (NHPR)

40 years ago, an author interviewed the kids of queer parents. His new book explores what they have to say now. (The 19th*)

The fashion industry’s reckoning with ‘forever chemicals’ (Grid)

Fossils of a 340-Pound Giant Penguin Found in New Zealand (Smithsonian)

Discovery of 3m-year-old stone tools sparks prehistoric whodunnit (The Guardian)

The horse and Victorian politics (The Victorian Commons)

And some longer reads:

Free tea and sausages in the snow: How Putin persuades Russians to cheer the war (Politico EU)

The origins of a conspiracy theory about Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs and a drug cartel (Grid)

Disappearing Saint-Louis (NPR)

For Rangers and Reds, catcher height is a feature, not a bug (The Athletic)

The Best, Creepiest Old Houses in Fiction (CrimeReads)

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