Saturday, April 29, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (4/29/23)

Today is Saturday!

Ukrainian journalist killed by Russian snipers in ambush near Kherson (The Guardian)

Phew: Conservative dissenters block abortion limits in Nebraska, South Carolina (WaPo)

Lawmakers are being silenced for speaking out against anti-trans bills (The 19th*)

In case you can't bring yourself to really care about what they're doing to queer and trans people: they're coming for no-fault divorce next. Far-Right Podcaster Steven Crowder Implies Ex-Wife Shouldn't Have Been Allowed to Divorce Him (Jezebel)

I see: Texas agriculture department's new dress code is based on 'biological gender' (NPR)

The first NH residents are enrolled in community power, despite bumps with Eversource (NHPR)

Ah: Magic 'Raid' Wasn't the First Time Wizards of the Coast Hired Pinkertons (Gizmodo)

Boston's SatanCon expected to be largest ever gathering of Satanists (WBUR)

Indigenous groups in the American West lived alongside horses by the early 1600s, study finds (PBS)

Plants, they're just like us: Plants Make Noises When Stressed, Study Finds (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads:

Buildup resumed at suspected Chinese military site in UAE, leak says (WaPo)

Lorraine Hansberry’s family says Chicago’s racist policies seized their land. Now they’re seeking reparations. (The 19th*)

Google Devising Radical Search Changes to Beat Back A.I. Rivals (NYT)

Expertise vs. experience? MLB’s latest revolution is changing the face of coaching (Yahoo! Sports)

Alex Mar and Sarah Weinman Discuss True Crime and Criminal Justice Storytelling (CrimeReads)

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